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    Belvoir Karate Group

    The Belvoir Karate Group has three dojos ideally situated for students from Grantham, Nottingham, Marston, Aslockton and Bottesford.

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Belvoir Karate Group

Karate for all the family

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Karate for Self Defence

A karate class provides a long term class structure designed so the student can learn all of the components of self defence and martial arts, theory, body mechanics, blocks, defenses, vulerabilities and mental control. A karate class is much more because the student learns the material through much repetition and practice. Karate once learned can not be forgotten, it becomes a part of who you are.

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About Wado Ryu Karate

Wado-Ryu Karate is a Japanese martial art founded by Hironori Ohtsuka Sensei in 1934. Ohtsuka Sensei developed Wado-Ryu after studying the Samurai martial art of Jiu-jitsu, and Shotokan (another style of Karate). This combination, according to Ohstuka Sensei, is a softer, more natural means of self-protection. The full name of the style is Wado-Ryu Karate-Do. The term Wado-Ryu means "way of peace" or "way of harmony", indicating Ohtsuka Sensei's original intention to use training in Wado-Ryu as a means of solving problems in a non-violent way. Karate-Do means "way of the empty hand", as Karate is, for the most part, studied without the use of weapons.

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Karate for all the family

Karate is an ideal activity for families because it allows people of all ages to train together in the same class. Parents may train alongside their children, while brothers and sisters of all ages may also train in the same class. It’s been said that families who play together stay together. This is because sharing an activity keeps families closer in the following ways: It offers the family a common interest, always giving them something to talk and laugh about. While a hierarchy exists at home, in the dojo all family members are equal, this allows parents to establish a relationship as friends with their children. Training in karate allows families to set goals together, and work as a team for their achievement.

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