What they say-Karate Academy
Of course we think what we do is excellent, and, as it goes, so do many others! Here are some of the things that they say...
Michelle Green Karate deffinetly pay's in more ways than one , not only did I achive my new belt on sunday , but I got up monday morning and managed to fit into a pair of jeans that I have not been able to wear for months !!!! TRAINING DEF PAYS OF IN MORE WAYS THAN 1 . xxxxx 10 minutes ago · Like · Comment
Yes, that was on Facebook.
Hi john,kim,william,john junior, just been on your website ,big improvement.had a look at picture gallery ,nice one, got some good shots.just a small comment , i respect your lack of self agrandisment very much ,you John are a true example of the Bushi ,warrior code ,i think you and i would have easily merged with the Samurai,Ronin of that period.Thanks to martial artists like you the principles of hard work,dedication and determination plus a sense of honour live on . Respect to my good friend and family .Terry.
That was Terry Howard, the Welsh Kung Fu teacher. Here's Andy, who visited us from another Karate club:
"Coming from an association that doesn't concentrate on Bunkai and only training for 2 evenings as a visitor, I found that Keikokai karate is shotokan...and then some! You'll learn things that will make everything relevant, you'll train under some of the best keiko karate-ka. All I can say is try it, you won't be disappointed!"
via text we received "I really enjoyed my visit to The Karate Academy..You have a great set-up and your students are a credit to you..Thank you and my thanks to them for making me so welcome!" and that was from Terry O'Neill (7th Dan) sensei, Merseyside, after the seminar he taught for us.