Senior Karate.

12yrs / Teens / Adults

If you need a new outlook on life, then try our adult & teens programme. Every lesson is different, stimulating and challenging, building your confidence week by week in a structured friendly, fun atmosphere. Following a structured approved syllabus students can progress through the belt system at their own pace, gaining the skills, knowledge and understanding to reach Black Belt and beyond. 

What is covered: Striking/Kicking/Grappling/Throws & Takedowns/Self Protection Skills/Sparring/Kata Applications

So if you are tired of the same old exercise class, want to try something new, develop yourself mentally & physically, have fun, then give it a go! You will be surprised at what you can achieve. 

Senior Karate will help you: Aid weight loss. Increase fitness. Develop confidence. Raise self esteem. Improve health & well being. Gain self protection skills

LTK Senior Karate


Monday 6-7pm Sports Centre


Thursday 6-7pm Sports Centre


Friday 6.30-7.30pm Sports Centre

LTK in action!





After receiving your free lessons the monthly membership fee is £27 payable by Standing Order, or Card machine. The fee is based on 46 weeks of the year spread equally over 12 months allowing for holidays etc. 

The monthly membership to LTK secures the students place and must be paid even if the student misses some lessons, thus creating commitment to the club and their training. A student can train at any LTK club to make up any missed sessions. 

After a month a uniform (Gi) will be required and a student license, which registers the student with the BCKA

Click below to set up your monthly membership


Lee Taylor Karate has been awarded the Safeguarding Code in Martial Arts which has been created to give parents and carers peace of mind when searching for martial arts clubs suitable for children or adults in our care. 

Funded by the National Lottery, this scheme was launched by the Sports Minister in early 2018 and is delivered through a group of partners and experts in safeguarding such as the Child Protection in Sport Unit (NSPCC) and Sport England. 

For more details about the scheme click on the link