JACK PETCHEY Feb 2019

On Tuesday 21st February, Alex was surprised to find out he was our latest Jack Petchey Outstanding Achievers Award recipient. He is a keen student, who despite numerous medical procedures, is always ready to get back to training as soon as possible.

Congratulations Alex, I think your face says it all.

JACK PETCHEY Nov 2018

On 15th November, Samuel was the very worthy recipient of the Jack Petchey Outstanding Achievers Award. He is a very hardworking student and has come along way since joining the club.

CLASS AWARD Aug 2018

Alex was awarded his second Class Trophy on Thursday 9th August. He consistently works hard and hard work is rewarded. Congratulations Alex.

Welcome to Reikan Karate Club

Reikan are a family friendly club with most lessons open to children, adults and families to train together. Classes are suitable for all levels of fitness. We have found that a good age to start is about 5 years. If your child is younger or around the age of five, we suggest you come down and have a look at what we do to gauge suitability, as we are fully aware that no two children are the same. We welcome visitors to our classes, just say hello to one of the instructors.

WHERE & WHEN

THE NORMAN BOOTH CENTRE Elderfield, Mulberry Green, Harlow, CM17 0EY

 

FAMILY/MIXED CLASSES

TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS FROM 6PM TILL 7PM

 

ADULTS ONLY & HIGH GRADES

THURSDAYS 7PM TILL 8PM

 
Our Mission Statement

The mission of Reikan Karate is to promote a strong partnership between karate-ka and sensei’s so as to provide karate-ka with the opportunity to achieve their full potential in the study of karate-do.

To implement this Reikan Karate will;

  • Give all karate-ka, irrespective of gender, religion, ethnicity or education background, an equal opportunity to study and perform karate-do to the best of their individual ability
  • Establish a friendly and welcoming environment for all karate-ka, parents and visitors to Reikan Karate;
  • Treat each karate-ka as an individual putting their physical training and character development first;
  • Improve karate-ka’s abilities with good quality coaching given by qualified and experienced instructors;
  • Always reinforce sound attitudes of fair play and encourage students, especially children, to abide by the rules of Reikan Karate and the sport Governing Body;
  • Reward effort, as well as achievement and not to shout or admonish young karate-ka for making a mistake, losing or not being placed in a competition;
  • Build effective links with schools, local authorities and sport development programmes.