Karate Club Fees
We try to keep
our prices as competitive as possible and invest any money we
make back into the club. We recently purchased gum shields for
all our students and have invested in some new Kumite training
There are no contracts with our club and we operate a 'pay as you train' policy. We believe this is in your best interests and fosters a responsibility for your own training.
This also means that you will not have to continue to pay us if you decide that karate is not for you, or if you need to take a short break from training due to illness of other commitments.
Here is an article on why contracts should be avoided in a karate club›
Karate Lesson Costs
Your first Lesson is free, after that we have a weekly price.
Adults/Cadets (16 and over)
Juniors (up to 16)
When you are confident that you want to continue training with
us you can join the England Wado Kai Association and if you become
serious and want to grade for your first belt, it will be necessary
to obtain an EWK License.
membership & stamp book
Children and Cadets (up to 16) £5
Adults (over 16) £5
This is a yearly fee from January.
Children (up to 12) - £10,
Cadets (12-15) £15,
Adults (over 16) £20
This is a yearly fee.
Application forms for the EWKR Licence and Membership can be obtained from the club.
you start progressing with karate you can purchase yourself a
‘gi’, which is the cotton jacket and trousers worn
in karate. These can be bought in a range of weights and prices
start at around £14.
If you are unsure whether Wado Kai Karate is for you, why not
pop down on Wednesday to watch a lesson, if you like what you
see you can have a free lesson!