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Meet The Instructors

Karate Ethos

‘My passion, drive and belief in the education and practice of Karate has unquestionably stemmed from my personal experiences within it as a participant and through witnessing its impact on myself and others on a life changing scale. I whole-heartedly view karate as an opportunity, a community and environment of potential emotional evolution and self-discovery.’ – Dave Galloway

Karate Ethos

'Karate should be Energised, Alive and have personality.  I am passionate about training, studying and delivering classes that challenge all present both physically and mentally. Equally I insists that karate should be FUN!  Karate should encourage self-expression and diversity. Each generation should build on the lessons of the past but seek to refine, improve and develop.  Karate needs to be relevant in the modern world, as a means of effective self-defense and a vehicle for self improvement and health.' Matt Powell

Karate Ethos

'Becoming one fifth of the AKA is one of my proudest achievements to date. My individual aim as part of AKA is to inspire others especially woman and to keep on learning as student and instructor making the karate as authentic as possible' Emma Williams

Karate Ethos

'My journey has now led me down the path of BJJ and grappling training. I feel this adds another dimension to my karate training, and though still very much a beginner I relishes the new challenge.  As one of the founding members of the Applied Karate Association, I feel very privileged to be working along side four quality, passionate instructors and that moving forward we can build new strong alliances with our karate friends around the country and beyond.' Matthew Smith

Karate Ethos

'I believe it is important to push your boundaries, its about being comfortable with being uncomfortable'

Keith Williams

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