All you need to know about becoming a member

The first step to joining up is taking a free taster class. This page walks through the membership options and prices,

Use the online form to select your preferred class and date

Use the online registration form and select your:

Training plan (see below)

Starter bundle (see below)

Receive an email with your payment details

You’re ready to start attending classes!


Monthly fees and will depend on how often you want to train

The more often you train, the more value for money the plan is.

Students who attend more classes and train hard will be rewarded by progressing up the grades more quickly. This will give students even greater confidence, respect in and outside of the DOJO.

“Wise and skilled”

See prices below

1 class per week

This package is ideal for beginners but will take longer to progress up the grades, typically taking 1 or 2 gradings per year

“Strong spirit and courage

See prices below

2 classes per week (any class)

Most students aim to train at least twice per week and will improve at a good pace through the grades, typically taking gradings 2 or 3 times per year

“Master of the sword”

See prices below

2 classes or more + 1 private class per month

The addition of a private class can really help hone your karate techniques. This would typically take place at my home DOJO.

Adult class£26£33£44
Family Adult£21£26N/A
Kids class£20£26£40
Family Kids£16£21N/A
Private class 1 person £20/hour 2 people £30N/A


Starter bundles will provide you with everything you need to get started, including your first month’s fees and annual membership licence. Bundles are optional but will save you money and time. Licences are mandatory and the reasons for this are explained below.

BundlesKidsKids premierAdultAdult premier
1M Fees
1 Grading
glovesBasic gloves Basic gloves Basic gloves Leather MMA gloves
Total value £125£167£161£226
Discounted price£100£134£129£181

*Licencing systems are mandatory for martial arts schools and its members. One of the main reasons is because it includes insurance to protect club members and the instructor. The other purpose is to fund our association. Our club is a EGKA member, which is a non-profit organisation but relies on student licencing to fund the running of the organisation, organising events and other activities.