Stryke Freestyle Karate

Stryke Karate is a freestyle karate martial arts class that is aimed at students in the age range of about 7 to 16 years old, no matter what their background or origin.

It is ideal to give your kids’ better fitness and more confidence!
Stryke isn’t what most kids expect it to be, we train with punch bags and kick shields right from the start and encourage them, at all levels, to take part in active non-contact and light-contact sparring against other club members.
We promote fitness training, self-development and a degree of discipline that is expected of any member of a martial arts club, they learn to naturally accept it as they progress.
Your child will become confidant, competent, fitter, have more stamina, have a better self-image, become more flexible, increase endurance as they become more accustomed to training, able to demonstrate their skills to others and become less self-conscious.
A normal class usually includes a stretching and warming-up session, kicking and punching techniques, fitness training, sparring with the odd little game thrown in just to keep them on their toes – all in a fun and friendly environment!

 

Lessons are held on both a Monday night and a Saturday morning and only cost £1:50 per session.

We are here for the community not for profit.

Monday night
Juniors 6:30 to 7:15
Seniors 7:15 to 8:00
Saturday
Juniors 10:30 to 11:15
Seniors 11:15 to 12:00
All times are approximate and may last slightly longer.

Our founder and main instructor, Master Jim Womersly, is a 6th Dan and is assisted by Sensie Elise 2nd Dan and other qualified and experienced students.

We would now like to welcome BUDOKWAN JUDO CLUB to the Buffalo family. This club, like Stryke, is a none profit club for the enhancement of youngsters with the age range 7 to 18 years and is run by Bruce (6th dan) and Maureen (5th dan) and is only £2.00 per sesion, held on a Friday night between 6 to 7:30 pm.

Please note that any social media communication with senior members will not be responded to (like, share, post etc.). This is due to legal regulations (child protection).