The Mead Community Centre, Paxcroft Mead, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA147GW.
Are you business looking for a course that could benefit your employees, by keeping them fit while teaching them excellent Self Defence skills? Are you looking for a fun way to encourage your employees to work as a team? Would your employees benefit from a session that helps them reduce their stress through a mixture of calm yoga based stretching and breathing, a great fun way to exercise and release feel good endorphin, while allowing them to literally beat their frustrations out on a bag or even our instructors in full body armore?
Are you a current Martial Art School instructor and would like a Seminar run for you and your students and instructors to help you improve your skills? To try new approaches to teaching and alternative drills to make your classes more interesting? Would you benefit from having some in depth training to really take your knowledge and ability of Dynamic Martial Arts to another level?
Are you a school looking for a course that combines an excellent way of exercising your children, with proven benefits to their behaviour, confidence and learning skills? Would you like your children to learn how to deal with Strangers, including what to do if someone attempted to abduct them?
Whatever your needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we can work with you to tailor a course that suits your requirements and budget. We can ensure you have a fun, memorable session that you will want to repeat again and again. We might even bring along Redman for you to safely practice against with full power and contact.
*Please note that we do run some free courses for schools and various charities.
Testimonial from the charity Headway, Bristol Region, on sessions run for them. Headway support people with serious head injuries and their families. https://www.headway.org.uk/
“21st July 2008 Re: Choi Kwang Do Sessions Just a short note to say how much the Friday attenders at Headway enjoyed the Choi Kwang Do Session you gave on Friday 18th July 2008. It was interesting to see some of the attenders who do not usually get involved in certain activities participate. The whole group felt that it was a really good way to exercise and were motivated by their peers to join in. One person commented “It was a challenge, but I really felt the benefit afterwards”. We look forward to seeing again in the near future Regards Vicky Baker Care Manager“
The Mead Community Centre
Bradford on Avon Youth and Community Centre
Bradford on Avon