A warm welcome to Chorley Shukokai Karate Club (CSKC)
CSKC was established by Sensei Chris Robinson in 2006 with the aim of teaching children (age 6+) and adults the true art form of karate to the highest of standards emphasising the key elements of the art. Chris has a been training in karate 25 years plus.
Chorley Shukokai Karate Club follows the Shukokai lineage and fosters a fun, friendly family atmosphere aiming to help and promote the sport of karate to all students, with the ultimate goal of every student achieving their Black Belts. Everybody is welcome; we train three times a week in the Chorley vicinity at Buckshaw Village Euxton, Eccleston and Heskin.
Karate Lessons Chorley – 07854 270569
Karate “the way of the empty hand”
We would encourage anyone to try karate. Many people study the art of Karate for a variety of reasons such as generally keeping fit (mentally and physically), karate develops and enhances physical abilities that would take a multitude of sports to develop. Students improve balance, hand-eye and hand-foot coordination, flexibility, muscle tone, cardio-vascular, timing and rhythm. It aims to develop: character, humility, confidence, self esteem, self control, determination, and patience as well as being undertaken for fun. For the competitive students they can progress from the local competitions to become nationally and internationally competitors. Karate can also give basic self defence techniques. No other physical discipline offers so much.
Karate is practiced in bare feet and you will need to wear something comfortable you can exercise in. Karate suits (GI’s) are available from your instructor. Age Specifications?
Karate is a sport that appeals to both sexes, Children can start from the age of 5, (Children under the age of 8 must have adult remaining with them during lesson).
There is no maximum age limit.
First lesson is FREE !!
As most people are not 100% sure of what is involved in a karate lesson. We give you a free trial lesson to see if karate is for you.
CSKC aims to foster the friendly and safe environment in which students thrive.
You must have a licence before being able to grade (see grading section)
We run a place allocation scheme whereby you must pay fee’s at the beginning of each month to hold your place at the club.
Extra lessons can be paid for on the night, Family discounts are available