Our Little Samurai Class is for 4* to 8 year olds and is aimed at getting young children in to Karate.

The sessions are based around the Washinkai Syllabus and the children will learn all the same techniques as the older children but at a slower pace.

In this class the children will learn some Karate and play some games working towards gaining their first belt in Karate. As they get older and gain belts the idea then is to promote them up to the next class.


Unlimited Training £15 per month

To ensure we give you the best deal we are now setting up these plans directly with you at the dojo, so please see me to set up either of these plans


Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 to 6:00pm at The Honbu (Wincanton)


* We may take children younger than 4 but will depend on how busy the class is and the make up of current students.

Simply fill out the form opposite and we'll get back to you.

Please wear clothing suitable for working out in and that you move easily. All training is done in bare feet, jewellery should be removed and long hair tied back.

Also please think of others if you are suffering with a cold, stomach bug or other virus. You will be in close proximity to other students who may not appreciate you sharing your germs!

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Our Little Samurai Class is for 4* to 8 year olds and is aimed at getting young children in to Karate.

Adult beginners are invited to come and train in the following classes, where you will be helped by the more advanced students.

Our Junior Class (8+ years of age) is going from strength to strength, we can already see many future black belts training in this session

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Sharon & James Photography

On Sunday 5th March Washinkai Karate held its 40th Anniversary National Championships.

The 2017 Winter Gasshuku off to a great start on Friday 3rd February, students were working hard and the dojo very quickly became sweaty.

On Sunday 27th November we held our Autumn Championships, which was hosted by Millfield School. The first time they had ever hosted a Karate Competition.

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