Simply kata (Tanjun Ni Kata)

Studies show that Martial arts training reduces stress and improves cognition in older adults.


Tanjun Ni Kata is best explained as dynamic mindfulness. Utilising traditional Japanese karate forms, performed at a more composed pace to achieve the physical benefits of balance, strength and flexibility along with mental well-being and calmness.


As traditional karate forms are used, kata practice leads to knowledge of self-defence techniques, increased fitness, coordination and dexterity.


For those interested in taking their training to the next level, it is the perfect channel into hard karate training.

“The ultimate aim of the art of karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants”   

(Ginchin Funakoshi)

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Tanajun-Ni-Kata will be running every Tuesday at the Byford hall from 7-8pm (Starting soon). It is performed in a relaxing environment is low impact and completely non-contact so can be performed by people of all ages.

To register your interest, send a message to Sensei Russell