Karate Students Training

Starting Karate or any new activity can be difficult so we have endeavoured to make it as easy as possible for all to begin. If you would like to start karate training with us:

Step 1. Make contact

  • You can contact us via Email or our Social Media (Click the button below for more information)

Step 2. Book in for a FREE two lesson trail

  • Train in two lessons completely for FREE to see if karate is for you.

Step 3. Join the club and continue your karate journey with us.

  • There is a £25 membership fee. This is a one-off fee, not a yearly cost. This covers your student-to-student insurance. When you become a club member you get a FREE Karate suit.

Doryoku Ryu Karate Pricing Policy

Class fees

  • Our club doesn't charge direct debits or standing orders! If at any point you should decide that Karate is not for you, you can leave without any financial cost/penalty or cancellation fees.
  • Our class fees are pay as you go. This means that you only pay for each class that you train in. If you/your child(ren) are ill or can’t make it to your regular class, you simply don't pay for it.
  • Reductions and discounts for families and friends, to make training for families possible, we offer discounts so that everyone can train.

Membership fee

  • As previously mentioned We have a “one off” membership fee when you join after your FREE trial. This covers student to student insurance and new students receive a free Karate uniform as part of the membership. We do not have any yearly membership or licence renewal-fees. You initial registration fee is your one-off membership fee.
  • If you take a break and decide to return at a later date you won't have to pay the membership again.

What we don't do

  • We do not upgrade! There is one standard class fee for all grades, whether you are a white belt or a black belt.
  • We don't have different coloured uniforms attached to grades or leadership programmes that you have to buy. Everyone wears the same colour uniform.
  • We don't take money up front for grades or black belts, students must persevere and improve in order to grade.

junior white belts