White, Blue, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Purple and Purple & White Belts (including brown tags)
Brown, Brown & White, Brown & Red and Brown & Black belts
All Black Belts
St Helens Fitness Centre (part of St Helens School), Green Lane, Northwood, HA6 1AF
4 FREE TRIAL LESSONS
Develop balance, coordination, self-confidence and discipline with beginners free trial. All ages and families welcome.
Saturday @ 2:00pm
St Helens School - Green Lane, Northwood, HA6 1AF
Saturday @ 9:00am
Harrow High School - Gayton Road, Harrow, HA1 2JG
Thursday @ 5:00pm
Preston Park Primary School, College Road, Wembley, HA9 8RJ
Loose clothing such as a T-shirt, Jogging or Track suite bottoms or shorts
Bring a drink of water or juice for once the class has finished.
Although the beginner’s classes are not done at a fast or strenuous pace.
You will be greeted by the club’s secretary or the club instructor and you will be asked to fill out at club enrollment form.
Once this has been done the beginner’s class will be started.
All the moves will be nice and easy step by step broken down and explained so everyone can follow.
Most of the beginner classes are run for half an hour so not to confuse the beginner at first.
Yes you can train and learn alongside your children in the same class
Yes karate can really help relax and focus the mind.
No you will not be asked to buy the karate uniform (Gi) after you first class. Normally the instructor will explain the uniform (Gi) cost and sizes after about 4 – 5 weeks once you know you want to carry on with the karate classes.
Normally after the first beginners class has finished the instructor explains the cost of the classes when you move into the main class, He or She will also explain the grading cost (belt exams) and licence fee.