Our training sessions have an emphasis on developing mobility, co-ordination, timing, and balance. Together, these help to provide an effective way to defend against attack.
SUKC is also a great place to meet many friendly people. We have regular social events throughout the year to get to know everyone.
So, what if you're someone who already has experience with martial arts? While some of our practices may differ from what you have previously been taught, there are some similarities. This gives the perfect opportunity for you to explore and test your own understanding of techniques.
In-person training times:
Practice will be in the Activities Room (in Building 42) at the following times:
Please wear appropriate clothing, and bring plenty of water. We practice bare foot.
You can join at any time during the year.
Students: £35 per term or £60 for the year
Non-students: £40 per term or £70 for the year
This price includes your very own gi and white belt, as well as insurance. Also, you do not need a Sports & Wellbeing membership to join.
If you're looking to join, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, message us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/sukarateclub) or simply come to one of our sessions.
Your first two sessions are free!
All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Southampton University Karate Club this year are:
Black Belt Liaison Officer
Social Media Officer
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These are the current membership fees offered by Southampton University Karate Club , although many clubs and societies offer a free period for new members to try out their activities.
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