Learning a Martial Art from a young age is a fantastic way to help children develop self confidence, discipline and have fun whilst keeping active. Our clubs are the perfect place to learn, practice and understand martial arts and self defence in a relaxed and positive environment. Classes will teach focus, morals and values – things that will stay with your child throughout their life.
We hold classes across across our leisure centres and offer a variety of Martial Arts including Karate, Ju-Jitsu, Aikido, Judo and Tang Soo Do.
Develop rolling, throwing, falling and holding techniques – whilst building self-confidence, fitness and self-discipline.
Ju-Jitsu sessions that focus on kicks, strikes, throws, locks, strangles, chokes and ground work.
This session provides discipline and training to improve fitness, balance, concentration skills and confidence.
Billingham Forum Ju-Jitsu Club teaches children and adults in accordance with the syllabus of the World Ju-Jitsu Federation.
Billingham Taisho-Do Karate has effective and practical self defence techniques at it’s core and welcomes new members of all ages.
Learn self defence and personal protection in this traditional martial art, improve your fitness and make new friends.
The perfect opportunity to learn, practice and understand martial arts and self defence in a relaxed and positive environment.
Learn self defence, traditional and sport karate and keep fit! First session is free, so why not come along and give it a go!
The Causeway, Billingham, TS23 2LJ
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