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Self Defence Classes London

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Britannia gym was established in 2000 by Sensei Daniel lines former student of -

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We are a successful club based in London docklands that have produced English and British champions in our styles, We aim our services at men and women and children from the age of 5 years All our staff are first aid trained and fully insured,

We give a full fitness and competiton package with our training so if you want to compete or just get fit or learn self defence we are the club for you.

Family run business All students will have first lesson free!! On successful application of membership you will receive insurance and club uniform provided by evolution fight wear LTD.

Training Days & Times

We Teach

Kickboxing

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It refers to the sport of using martial-arts-style kicks and boxing-style punches to defeat an opponent in a similar way to that of standard boxing. Kickboxing is a standing sport and does not allow continuation of the fight once a combatant has reached the ground. Kickboxing is often practised for general fitness, or as a full-contact sport. In the full-contact sport the male boxers are bare-chested wearing shorts and protective gear including: mouth-guard, hand-wraps, 10oz boxing gloves, groin-guard, shin-pads, kick-boots, and optional protective helmet (usually for those under 18.) The female boxers will wear a tank top and chest protection in addition to the male clothing/protective gear. In European kickboxing, where kicks to the thigh are allowed using special low-kick rules, use of boxing shorts instead of long trousers is possible.

European-style kickboxing was formed with a combination of Muay Thai and Japanese kickboxing rules.

Aikijutsu

Aiki-jujutsu is fundamentally different from other fighting arts because of the very fact that it doesn’t put its main emphasis in relative principles, but rather it puts its focus on how to benefit from capturing this “absolute” instant of time and space created somewhere during the period of mutual contact between you and the opponent.

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Understanding the concept that aiki-jujutsu is not a thing that requires you to have “relative” strength should be your first priority. It is the idea that says it is not how strong you are in relation to your opponent, but rather as long as your opponent is a person who lives in the “world of relativity,” no matter how strong he is you will somehow prevail. This is a very difficult way of thinking, but without gaining an understanding of the real truths contained in it, aiki-jujutsu is impossible. In fact you could say that this is the true principle of aiki. The purpose of our training is to capture or try to capture this absolute interval of time and space; both created and extinguished in a single instant. As an end result the opponent may be thrown or taken down, but making a throw or pinning someone is not the goal, and relying on strength is something that, although necessary in jujutsu practice, only becomes a hindrance in aiki-jujutsu practice.

Self Defence

Self-defense is the act of defending oneself, one's property or the well-being of another from physical harm.While the term may define any form of personal defense, it is strongly associated with civilian hand-to-hand defense techniques. Self-defense defines a civilian activity as opposed to Hand-to-hand combat in a military context.

Muay Thai Boxing

Muay Thai literally Thai Boxing and also known as The Art of the Eight Limbs is a form of hard martial art practiced in several Southeast Asian countries including Thailand. The art is similar to others in Southeast Asia such as: Kun Khmer in Cambodia, Lethwei in Myanmar, Tomoi in Malaysia, and Muay Lao in Laos. Muay Thai has a long history in Thailand and is the country's national sport. Traditional Muay Thai practiced today varies significantly from the ancient art Muay Boran and uses kicks and punches in a ring with gloves similar to those used in Western boxing.

Muay Thai is referred to as "The Science of Eight Limbs", as the hands, shins, elbows, and knees are all used extensively in this art. A practitioner of Muay Thai ("nak muay") thus has the ability to execute strikes using eight "points of contact," as opposed to "two points" (fists) in Western boxing and "four points" (fists, feet) used in the primarily sport-oriented forms of martial arts.

Instructors
Daniel Lines
Nick Petrov Born in bulgaria,i started my fighting carier at the age of six in local boxing gym,at age eleven i started kyokushinkai karate ,trained by sensei bozilov i was member of the national team till 1995 i moved to england curently training winth shihan nick da costa (5 dan),shihan maria da
Emily Lines - Assistant Instructor

Black Belt Instructor in Freestyle Kickboxing, also trained in muay thai and ju jitsu Has faught in various competitions, and was runner up for the MASS English Womens Lightweight title in 2004. Emily has also worked with the local borough in providing self defence classes for young women aged 16 - 18 at risk of being young offenders.

Ron Cooper - Boxing Coach

Born and bred in East London Ron is a 1948 olympic boxer with over 40 professional bouts under his belt. Ex west Ham Boys trainer and Royal Marines champion Ron brings experience and knowledge to the team.

Robert Smithers - Assistant Instructor

WAKO black belt, had 10 fights including MAAS English title fights. Studies self defence and karate. Instructor at Warrens Gym

We are fully trained and experienced in traing the police, army and members of the public if you require any of our training feel free to contact us
T: 0203 432 1180 M: 07830 430 357 or email us at danny@britanniagym.com.

Main Hall
Rush Green Sports Stadium
Rush Green Road
RM7 0LU.