IKK Karate East Kent

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Kyokushin Karate for Men, Women and Children

Karate East Kent Students

Kyokushinkai karate is a relatively modern, strong style, with a philosophy of self-improvement, discipline and hard training. Kyokushin karate has grown in popularity since the 1960’s and there are now many karate organisations all over the world teaching the kyokushin style. Ideal for self- defence, it can improve self-discipline, co-ordination and confidence in adults and children alike. Adults may want to improve there fitness,health, flexibility and strength whilst learning an excellent form of self-defence. It is also fun and you will make new friends in the family atmosphere of our dojos.

At Karate East Kent we teach all aspects of Kyokushin Karate:- self defence and two fighting styles for sport and competitions, non-contact and Knock-down. We also teach the full syllabus of Strikes, kicks, blocks and Kata (detailed patterns of movement) so that students can earn the right to wear the different coloured belts.

Getting started is easy

Martial arts students

You can just turn up at a club or let us know you are coming if you prefer. If you are a child you must bring an adult with you. Parents are always welcome to stay and watch their children. Wear loose fitting clothing, jogging bottoms and a T shirt or sweat shirt are ideal. Don’t worry about shoes, we do our karate bare foot.

Whether you are a child, teenager or an adult you will find our clubs friendly and you will receive a warm welcome.

Karate can help to get you fit, but it is also fun and you will learn some very useful self defence, come and give it a try.

About Us

Instructors at Thanet and Canterbury Karate Club

As well as regular classes we have Summer camp, beach training sessions and competitions you can take part in.

My name is Trevor Kingston. I am a 4th Dan black belt. I have been a member of International Karate Kyokushin for sixteen years.

My club “Karate East Kent” has training sessions in Ramsgate (Thanet), Sturry (Canterbury), Whitfield (Dover) and Lympne (Hythe) every week. I am lucky to have some very dedicated black belts that assist with the teaching, particularly in Thanet, as it is my oldest club.

Thanet Karate Students

Karate East Kent - Thanet

Why not join our Karate students at

Foreland Fields School Newlands Lane, Ramsgate, Kent, CT12 6RH.

Training times are every Monday and Thursday evening

Children 4 to 11 years old

Youths and Adults 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Sturry / Canterbury Karate Students

Karate East Kent - Canterbury

Why not join our Karate students at

Spires Academy Bredlands Lane, Sturry Canterbury Kent, CT2 0HD.

Training times are every Friday evening

Children 4 to 11 years old 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Youths and Adults 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Whitfield Dover Karate Students

Karate East Kent - Dover

Why not join our Karate students at

Whitfield and Aspen School, Mayfield Rd, Whitfield, Dover, Kent, CT16 3LL

Training times are every Tuesday evening

Children 4 to 11 years old

Youths and Adults 7.00pm to 8.30pm

Lympne Karate Students

Karate East Kent - Lympne

Why not join our Karate students at

Lympne Village Hall, Aldington Rd, Lympne, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4LE

Training times are every Wednesday evening

Children 4 to 11 years old

Youths and Adults 6.30pm to 8.00pm

Hawkinge Karate After School Club

Held at

Churchill Primary School

Every Friday evening

Hawkinge Karate Club

Sandgate Karate After School Club

Held at

Sandgate Primary School

Every Tuesday evening

Sandgate Karate Club