[ UPDATE ] Christmas training schedule & training for charity !

  Please note the following changes to the training schedule over the Christmas period: – Amersham : closed on the 27th of December (training will resume on the 3rd of January) – Aylesbury : closed on the 26th of December and 2nd of January (really shocking I know…) – Chesham : closed on the 25th of December and 1st of January (another shocker…) – Holmer …

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[ FEATURE ] The Dec-2018 edition of the LION available online ! (虎穴に入らずんば虎子を得ず)

  The December 2018 edition of the Lion can now be found and downloaded from the Lion Archive. Updates about the club, past and forthcoming courses, and much more… 虎穴に入らずんば虎子を得ず (koketsu ni irazunba koji wo ezu) ! (open the Lion to find out !)

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[ UPDATE ] 2019 CKA Calendar now available online…

  Refer to the Calendar and Upcoming Events available on the web site for key dates in 2019, including grading training, grading examinations and special events. All Sunday training sessions will generally take place in our Chesham dojo (unless stated otherwise). Congratulations to all who successfully graded today ! All the best.

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[ GRADING ] Congratulations to …

  Congratulations to Toby Allen, Sam Green, Brian Hammond and Szymon Warsinski on passing the examination for Shodan last week-end ! And a special mention to Tanmay Mahesh who didn’t quite make it to Nidan. He took the decision with good grace and showed an excellent attitude to the news. I am sure he will come back stronger and better next time! Onwards & upwards…. …

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[ SEMINAR ] Form versus Function with Scott Langley…

On Sunday 11 of November 2018, we had the pleasure of welcoming back Scott Sensei to the CKA following his visit in 2017, to hold another brilliant training course, made up of 2 successive, distinct sessions. What a treat and such an opportunity to train with a karateka of such calibre! The first session was dedicated to Kihon (基本, きほん), mainly focusing on optimising the generation of power. By …

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