|At Cambridge Karate Club, we practise Shotokan Karate offering training to students of all ages and abilities. We are a fairly social bunch, and usually manage to do a few things together throughout the year. We are part of the Shotokan Karate Association and there are 4 gradings per year, along with an open day and some additional events for more advanced students.|
|Please see our Frequently Asked Questions page for more details, and our training page for our training locations. There are also some Google Calendars with all our events on them.|
|"Karate" (meaning "empty hand") is an unarmed combat system originating in Okinawa. Shotokan is the style of karate which comes from the school of Sensei Gichin Funakoshi, who brought it from Okinawa to Japan in 1922. Karate can help you:
All our classes are taught by fully qualified instructors.
|Also see: Shotokan on Wikipedia|
During the Summer Holidays, there will only be one class at Netherhall School, running from 7.30-8.30. Adults and juniors are both welcome to attend this class. Wednesday 15th July was the last double class until Wednesday 2nd September, when normal classes will resume.
Sensei Claire will be attempting to run 100km from London to Brighton on 23/24 May, raising money for the Alzheimers Association. We will be helping her to raise money by holding sponsored karate sessions of 500 kicks and punches during the week of 1-6 June. Please see your sensei for sponsorship forms.
The SKA Open Day will be at Southbury Leisure Centre on Sunday 14th June. This is a great chance to train with other instructors and other students from throughout the Association. More information can be found on the SKA website
All of the SKA and Cambridge events for 2015 have been added to our calendar page. Events of particular note to members are:
There will be no training on Monday 13th October, as we won't have access to the hall we normally use in Kelsey Kerridge. Training will resume as normal on 20th October.
The new class at Cambridge Regional College has been postponed until the autumn. Other classes are unaffected.