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Club Directory

South East of England

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  • Archway Ju Jitsu [ View On Map ]

    Archway
    Archway Ju Jitsu in north west London is a martial arts club that teaches real-life self defence in a safe, friendly environment. Jiu-Jitsu is an excellent form of self defence for women and men. At Archway Jiu-Jitsu club, you will be taught practical techniques for defending against armed and unarmed attackers without relying on strength or weight advantage. By learning Jiu-Jitsu, you will also improve fitness and stamina and gain increased confidence.

    Instructor Name & Grade: Rosie Smith, 1st Dan
    Style: Ju Jitsu
    Address: Acland Burghley Sports Centre, Burghley Road, Tuffnell Park, London, NW5 1UJ
    Telephone: 07588966332
    Email: rosie@archwayjitsu.com
    Website: www.archwayjitsu.com

    Archway Jiu-Jitsu club was opened in September 2004 by Sensei Mat Phillips. There are currently over thirty students actively training at the club, with usually around 20 at each session.

    Most students at Archway joined the club with no prior martial arts experience, and come from a variety of different backgrounds. There is a good mixture of male and female students, and a wide age range from fifteen to fifty-something.

    Classes are open to everyone regardless of ability and no previous martial arts experience is necessary. Beginners are always welcome and your first session is free.

    The club is primarily for adults. Older teenagers (13+) are also welcome at any session, and younger children may attend at the instructors discretion – Parents of under 13s, please contact our instructors for more information.

    The club has a very friendly atmosphere, and there is a good social scene outside of training.

  • Blaze Martial Arts Ascot [ View On Map ]

    Teaching Kickboxing, Karate, Tae Kwon Do from 4 years old. Dedicated Beginner classes. FREE trial lesson
    Instructor & Grade: Justyn Billingham – 5th Dan
    E-mail: Justyn@blazemartialarts.com
    Web: www.blazemartialarts.com

  • Blaze Martial Arts Bracknell [ View On Map ]

    Teaching Kickboxing, Karate, Tae Kwon Do from 4 years old. Dedicated Beginner classes. FREE trial lesson
    Instructor & Grade: Sarah Hunt – 2nd Dan
    E-mail: Justyn@blazemartialarts.com
    Web: www.blazemartialarts.com

  • Blaze Martial Arts Windsor [ View On Map ]

    Teaching Kickboxing, Karate, Tae Kwon Do from 4 years old. Dedicated Beginner classes. FREE trial lesson
    Instructor & Grade: Justyn Billingham – 5th Dan
    E-mail: Justyn@blazemartialarts.com
    Web: www.blazemartialarts.com

  • Chugar Kwon Martial Arts [ View On Map ]

    The Chugarkwon Academy is a martial arts school offering group training and specialised seminars in Kung Fu, Self Defence, Chi Kung, and other related arts. Regular classes are held in London and Eastbourne, Sussex.
    Style: San da/San Shou
    Instructor Name & Grade: Master Chiu
    Telephone: 07791 486 569
    Email: info@chugarkwon.com
    Website: www.chugarkwon.com

  • Focus Taekwon-do [ View On Map ]

    Focus Tae Kwon-Do is a proud, hard working Tae Kwon-Do academy. We pride ourselves on discipline, respect and courtesy for one another as we train together in our Tae Kwon-Do family.
    Style: ITF Taekwon-do
    Instructor Name & Grade: Master Roy Bertrand VII
    Address: Old School Gym, Hinchley Wood School Claygate Lane, Esher KT10 0AQ
    Telephone: 0845 468 2628
    Email: nextstep@focustkd.com
    Website: http://www.focustkd.com

  • Hao Taiji [ View On Map ]

    No matter what shape you’re in, martial arts is a great way to drop extra pounds, learn to defend yourself, and develop personal and physical discipline
    Style: Tai Chi
    Instructor Name: Mario
    Address: St Johns Hall, Bourne Hill, Palmers Green, London N13 4DA
    Telephone: 07846 655629
    Website: www.haotaiji.com

  • Harper Choi Kwang Do [ View On Map ]

    CKD promotes a modern and innovative approach to Martial Arts. Techniques have been developed from a close study of recent discoveries in sports science and a deep understanding of martial art styles
    Style: Choi Kwang do
    Instructor Name & Grade: Mr Harper
    Telephone: 0790 367 4911
    Email: wickdbbi@yahoo.co.uk
    Website: london.choikwangdo.me

  • KIXX Martial Arts Gym [ View On Map ]

    The KIXX Chinese Boxing system is derived from Chang Chuen Shu (meaning Long Fist Art) and is a predominately Northern Chinese style utilising the Northern principles of hand and weapons fighting application
    Instructor Name & Grade: Shigong Han is a 10th Dan Level of the Chee Kim Thong
    Style: kung fu and Chinese boxing
    Telephone: 44(0) 7941 340 284
    Website: www.kixxmartialarts.co.uk

  • London Taekwondo Academy [ View On Map ]

    (LTA) is a group member of Taekwondo England. The LTA was established in 1994 by Master Usman Dildar. Our program offers to teach you how to recognise and deal with situations in which self-defence may be required.
    Style: taekwondo
    Instructor Name & Grade: Master Usman Dildar 6th dan
    Telephone: 0845 3372823
    Email: londontaekwondo@aol.com
    Website: www.london-martialarts.com

  • Mungkorn Dam Thaiboxing Camp [ View On Map ]

    Muay Thai and fitness for all
    Style: Muay Thai
    Instructor Name: chris
    Telephone: 01702346376/07889969136
    Email: mungkorndam@hotmail.co.uk
    Website: www.mungkorndam.co.uk

  • Ronin Yudansha Ryu [ View On Map ]

    Ronin Yudansha Ryu was founded in 1990 by John Steadman to teach and promote Ju Jitsu in the UK and Overseas. John his friends and students concerned at falling teaching and ethical standards in the organisation to which they then belonged, decided to break away and form their own association which would strive to achieve the highest possible standards in martial arts.
    Style: Ju Jitsu & Kobudo
    Instructors name: John Neal & Shelia Neil
    Venue address: The Sports & Leisure Centre, Steppingley Road, Flitwick, Bedfordshire, MK45 1TH
    Email: Info@roninyudansharyu.com
    website address: www.roninyudansharyu.com

  • SJK Karate [ View On Map ]

    SJK Shotokan Karate was established in Enfield in 1978 by martial arts husband and wife team, David and Lilian Alleyn. They have taught the martial art of shotokan karate and self defence all over England and the UK for well over 30 years and are both professional Martial Arts teachers.
    Style: Karate
    Instructor Name: David Alleyn
    Address: GRANGE PARK SCHOOL, WORLDS END LANE, WINCHMORE HILL, N21 1PP
    Telephone: 020 8368 6249
    Email: sjkkarate@yahoo.co.uk
    Website: sjkkarate.co.uk

  • Sobell Karate Club [ View On Map ]

    Sobell Karate Club is affiliated to the ISKF. It is a traditional Shotokan Karate organization, founded by Master Teruyuki Okazaki, who studied directly under Master Gichin Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan Karate.
    Instructor Name & Grade: Sensei Ahcene Moussaoui
    Style: Karate
    Address: Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, Finsbury Park,London, N7 7NY
    Telephone: 07957 630463
    Email: info.sobellkarate@gmail.com
    Website: www.sobellkarate.com

  • Sobell Karate Club [ View On Map ]

    Sobell Karate Club is affiliated to the ISKF. It is a traditional Shotokan Karate organization, founded by Master Teruyuki Okazaki, who studied directly under Master Gichin Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan Karate.
    Instructor Name & Grade: Sensei Ahcene Moussaoui
    Style: Karate
    Address: Sobell Leisure Centre, Hornsey Road, Finsbury Park, London N7 7NY
    Telephone: 07957 630463
    Email: info.sobellkarate@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.sobellkarate.com

  • Spirit Taekwon-Do Academies [ View On Map ]

    Traditional ITF style Taekwon-do for everyone
    Style: Taekwon-Do
    Instructor Name & Grade: Mr Paul Cain 5th dan
    Telephone: 0800 071 6673
    Email: info@itftkd.co.uk
    Website: www.itftkd.co.uk

  • UKTD [ View On Map ]

    The UKTD offers classes in London and the Home Counties which are open to both men and women.Instructor Name & Grade: Master Nissan Moradoff, VII
    Style: ITF Taekwon-do
    Address: Canons Sports Centre ?North London Collegiate School? Dalkieth Grove ?Stanmore ?Middlesex? HA7 4SQ
    Telephone: 07949 612 706
    Email: info@taekwondo-uktd.co.uk
    Website: www.taekwondo-uktd.co.uk

  • UKTD [ View On Map ]

    The UKTD offers classes in London and the Home Counties which are open to both men and women.Instructor Name & Grade: Master Nissan Moradoff, VII
    Style: ITF Taekwon-do
    Address: Canons Sports Centre ?North London Collegiate School ?Dalkieth Grove? Stanmore? Middlesex? HA7 4SQ
    Telephone: 07949 612 706
    Email: info@taekwondo-uktd.co.uk
    Website: www.taekwondo-uktd.co.uk

  • Woodford and Chingford Aikido Club [ View On Map ]

    Stephen Billet

    Aikido is a Japanese martial art which originated around the tenth century. It was developed into modern Aikido in the late 19th century by Morihei Ueshiba ( 1883 – 1969 ) as an unarmed defence against armed or unarmed attacks. It has continued to evolve and in it’s present form is a very effective self-defence art for men or women, regardless of size or strength.

    Instructor Name & Grade: Stephen Billett 6th Dan
    Telephone: 0208 523 9196 / 07860 963691
    Email: sbillett@aikido-development-society.org
    Training Times: Thursday 6:45pm to 7:45pm (Juniors Age 5-14)
    £5 per session
    Training Times: Thursday 8:00pm to 10:00pm (Minimum Age 14)
    £10 per session
    www.aikido-development-society.org

    Stephen has been involved in martial arts for over 40 years, including a very successful competitive career in international judo competition.

    I started training in martial arts during my 16th year, a late starter many people pointed out, although I had previously been quite a successful gymnast and canoeist. Judo became my first martial art. I was very lucky to be trained by Leslie Agess one of the first women European champions in judo. My first contest was within weeks of starting and fought against a team from a school for the blind in the British Schools Judo Open.

    From that day onward I learned never too underestimate an opponent, as they had superior skills and I was lucky to win these contests.

    During the mid to late 70’s my Judo lead me onward to become the IBF European Champion several times at both 63 & 65 Kilos. Around this time I was introduced to Don Bishop 7th Dan ADS (Tomiki Aikido) and began to practice Aikido, mainly for fun, but with Don’s help to also improve my contest Judo by using some of the allowable Aikido techniques.

    I have always felt that if you take from a sport then you should also give something back; I therefore started to teach Judo (now for over 25 years) to both adults and children, achieving some success, bringing a few pupils through to international level.

    One of my most enjoyable times was training the local school children in Enfield for the London Youth Games Judo squad. They turned out to be possibly my most successful overall squad, gaining around 60 medals in 3 games.

    My Aikido career now ran in parallel with my Judo, both in teaching and contest. My first Aikido Dan grade was awarded by the Belgian Tomiki Aikido Association in 1976 when I competed in a Tanto Randori competition that was run during the break of the Belgian Judo Open. I entered for fun and due to Don’s superior coaching won the event (I subsequently carried on to win the Judo event as well).

    I was a 2nd Kyu under Don at that time and decided to wait until he awarded my ‘proper home grown’ 1st Dan. Training in Japan has illustrated to me that there is more to martial arts that just competition and it was this that motivated me to begin teaching Aikido. Currently I have 2 Dojo’s in North East London.

    Aikido has now overtaken Judo as my first martial art with its requirements for skill rather that strength being more appropriate these days.