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Enrol at Albyn School Aberdeen
Every Tuesdays & Thursdays
Adults & beginners 6.00 — Advanced 7.00 pm
Step by step instruction from one of the world's most decorated Masters.
Ideal for business people, men, women, kids.
Please note: enter Albyn School by side entrance on Forrest Avenue. Thanks
Learn karate properly at one of Europe's top karate schools. Aberdeen-based NKI is run exclusively by NVQ qualified instructors. NKI is an OCR approved centre for the delivery of Vocational Qualifications and a Centre of Excellence for Karate. We are proud to be the premier club in the North of Scotland and, in all Scotland, holder of more prestigious international awards than any other.
A family organisation, the safety of the children in our care is of the utmost importance to us. We strive to provide a safe environment in which children and adults can practise. Many parents come to our dojo to train at the same time as their children. Special children-only classes are also provided.
Successful karate students drive themselves to train; they practise at home and strive to improve their technique. This is important as discipline and dedication lie at the heart of individual success in all aspects of life.
The qualities that we help our students identify and develop are those that have been the backbone of Scottish achievement through the ages. We embrace a martial art and use it to uncover and develop the qualities that we need as an ambitious 21st century country.SHOTOKAN KARATE: A SHORT HISTORY
Shotokan karate is one of the most popular of the
modern styles of karate. It is the most powerful and dynamic of the Japanese
systems, and is generally considered to be the most comprehensive, both in the
range of its techniques, and the number and diversity of its kata. But to
understand the basis of Shotokan, and to appreciate the rich pedigree of
karate, we need to look to its origins.
read more here …
THE SHOTOKAN WAY
New book titled ‘Ronnie Watt, 8th Dan’
by Dr. C. Layton.
Factual, informative, story led. Through these stories, told vividly by Watt, we get to know the essential history of Karate in Scotland.