Ballymoney Chujo Karate Club hold beginners classes in JDLC

Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16
Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16

Ballymoney Chujo Karate Club have announced the start of a new adult and children beginner class - and what’s more the first lesson is free!

The class will be in The Minor Hall of the Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre in Ballymoney and the minimum age to participate is five years old.

Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16

Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16

Please remember there is no maximum age.

Those interested in learning karate are invited to come along any Tuesday evening at 7.20pm for the 7.30pm start.

No special clothes are needed although a tracksuit or loose fitting type trousers and a t/shirt will suffice.

Karate training is excellent for discipline, self–defence ability, to keep fit, meeting new friends and more. Black Belt male and female coaches will be in attendance to pass on their experience in all classes.

Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16

Some of the young members sparring and fully equipped with the protective training gear. inbm17-16

Over the years club members have won Northern Ireland, Irish and British Titles and club members have represented NI at International competitions.

The first class is a free try so why not come along and have a go?

More details about the club can be viewed on the club Facebook page: BALLYMONEY CHUJO KARATE CLUB.

It is also possible to call Dan at 07976987696 or to email him to chujo@hotmail.com.

Interest is expected to be high so don’t miss out!

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