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THU 24 APR

Karate for the Blind and Visually Impaired

St Michaels Church Hall, Liverpool

Run by: Liverpool Karate-Jutsu

A karate club for blind and visually impaired.

Freestyle Okinawan karate, that allows the introduction and use of techniques from other martial arts, and is updated to present day needs.

clockVarious Times

Suitable for 5+

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Traditional and modern freestyle karate are taught to all students. Sessions are tweaked depending on an individual's needs and skills/moves will be described in a step by step manner to cater for all abilities. The majority of basic training is the real use of techniques, with a partner and incorporating many styles of martial arts.

We believe at Liverpool Karate-Jutsu that real change comes from within, and the most important weapon is confidence. With that, you can achieve anything.

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Various Times

This activity runs at these times:

  1. Thu 24 Apr 18:30–20:30
  2. 18:30–20:30

Other Dates

This activity also runs on these dates:

  1. Thu 1 May 18:30–20:30
  2. 18:30–20:30
  3. Thu 8 May 18:30–20:30
  4. 18:30–20:30
  5. Thu 15 May 18:30–20:30
  6. 18:30–20:30
  7. Thu 22 May 18:30–20:30
  8. 18:30–20:30
  9. Thu 29 May 18:30–20:30
  10. 18:30–20:30
  11. Thu 5 Jun 18:30–20:30
  12. 18:30–20:30
  13. Thu 12 Jun 18:30–20:30
  14. 18:30–20:30
  15. Thu 19 Jun 18:30–20:30
  16. 18:30–20:30
  17. Thu 26 Jun 18:30–20:30
  18. 18:30–20:30
  19. Thu 3 Jul 18:30–20:30
  20. 18:30–20:30

Cost

Each lesson £5.00 for two hours. Annual club membership/licence £15.00.
Gradings (optional) £10.00.

Accreditation

Liverpool Karate-Jutsu is a member of the Cobra Martial Arts Association and the Martial Arts Standards Agency. Sensei Mike Dunn is a 2nd Dan Black Belt, qualified martial arts instructor, CRB checked, first aider and carries adequate insurance cover as an instructor.

Venue

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St Michaels Church Hall

Belgrave Road, Aigburth, Liverpool, L17 7AG

www.liverpoolkaratejutsu.com

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This activity is organised and run by Liverpool Karate-Jutsu.

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