South Shields - 0191 425 3724
Wado Kai established in 1965
There are now more frequent reports of social and domestic violence in the UK. Anyone at any time could potentially become the next victim of a violent attack. We are inviting people to come and learn the art of Karate, so that they are in a better position to defend themselves if a violent situation did arise. We offer training sessions with six expert black belt instructors, who have a combined experience of 145 years of karate training.
We cater the training for men and women of all physical abilities.
The club instructors teach traditional Wado karate techniques with a strong emphasis on the application of karate in today's society and in realistic street situations. Wado Kai is a dynamic style of karate, which emphasises speed and body evasion, instead of meeting an attack head on with a hard clash of limbs and bodies. It is therefore very suitable for women learn as a method of self-defence, which will lead to a greater feeling of self-confidence.
The traditional training is combined with modern exercise techniques, which includes the benefits of a full body cardiovascular workout, resulting in effective body toning and weight loss. The mental aspects of combatics are also taught, so practitioners of this style of karate gain a better understanding of how to deal with confrontational situations quickly.
Training sessions are normally held three nights per week and a full schedule is available over the telephone by contacting Daniel Chaganis on 0191 4253724.