Karate for Adults

Ethos Shotokan Karate Centre
In Lower Kingswood, Tadworth, Esher, Kingston and another venue.

Price on request
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Important information

Typology Short course
Location At 4 venues
Description

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Chertsey
The River Bourne Health Club, Heriot Road, KT16 9DR, Surrey, England
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On request
Esher
Sandown Sports Club, More Lane, KT10 8AN, Surrey, England
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On request
Kingston
Kingston Arena Sports Centre (Kingston College), Kingston Hall Road, KT1 2AQ, Surrey, England
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On request
Lower Kingswood, Tadworth
Lower Kingswood Hall, Buckland Road, KT20 7DN, Surrey, England
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Starts On request
Location
Chertsey
The River Bourne Health Club, Heriot Road, KT16 9DR, Surrey, England
See map
Starts On request
Location
Esher
Sandown Sports Club, More Lane, KT10 8AN, Surrey, England
See map
Starts On request
Location
Kingston
Kingston Arena Sports Centre (Kingston College), Kingston Hall Road, KT1 2AQ, Surrey, England
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Starts On request
Location
Lower Kingswood, Tadworth
Lower Kingswood Hall, Buckland Road, KT20 7DN, Surrey, England
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Course programme

Karate for Adults

We welcome any adults to the club who wish to learn Karate and your first lesson is FREE - you are under no obligation to join or continue. All you need to start is some loose clothing.

Karate for Adults is not only fun, it provides many important benefits. Some of these benefits are referred to in Japanese as chiiku (mental development), tokuiku (moral development) and taiiku (physical development). These are the same three classes of personal development found in traditional educational systems.

In terms of chiiku (mental development), karate helps build concentration, focus, clear thinking and decisiveness.

Karate has strong internal benefits as well. It helps instill patience, discipline, perseverance, understanding and open-mindedness. It builds confidence, develops self-control and increases calmness, courtesy and peace-all of which will aid everyone in every endeavor they undertake in life. These correspond to tokuiku (moral development). Karate is also a great leveller, as all students start from the same level regardless of academic ability.

Of course, karate is good for the body, too (taiiku). Physically it is excellent for the heart, builds strong bones and bigger muscles, creates resilience, and makes the body less susceptible to sickness and injury.

Training Times:

Kingswood Shotokan Karate Club

  • Sunday 1.00pm to 2.00pm
  • Friday 4.00pm to 5.00pm (ideal for Children).

Kingston Shotokan Karate Club

  • Every wednesday 7.00pm to 8.00pm.

Sandown Shotokan Karate Club

  • Sunday 5.00pm to 7.00pm
  • Thursday 8.30pm to 9.30pm.

River Bourne Shotokan Karate Club

  • Every monday 8pm to 9pm.