Follow-up and Next Steps After Your Trial Lesson…
We trust that you thoroughly enjoyed your recent trial lesson with us. It was a pleasure having you, and we hope it provided a glimpse into the engaging and rewarding experiences our classes offer. To facilitate your transition into our regular classes, we would like to provide you with some important details:
Payments for our classes are conveniently processed through Nest via direct debit. In the coming days, you can expect to receive an email containing sign-up direct debit links and additional information. For a comprehensive understanding of our pricing structure, please refer to the welcome pack provided below.
Detailed pricing information is outlined in the welcome pack, which you can access through the link provided. We want to highlight that the initial payment includes both the license and membership fees. However, it’s worth noting that these are not obligatory for the KBK Girls Can class.
Should you have any inquiries regarding our club, the lessons, or any other matter, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We are here to assist and ensure that your experience with us is seamless and enjoyable.
We Hope to See You Again Soon! We genuinely look forward to the prospect of having you join our regular classes.
KBK Online Shop – Your Martial Arts Gear, Delivered to Class!
Kickstart your training journey with the convenience of KBK’s Online Shop – we have all the training equipment on our online shop, brought directly to your class! Effortless Shopping: Our user-friendly online platform makes it easy to browse, select, and purchase your desired items. Place your order, and we’ll handle the rest! Order now, and we’ll have it ready for you at your convenience delivered directly to your class, saving you the delivery costs.
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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
What do I have to wear, and do I need any equipment?
We train in our exclusive Kickboxkarate uniform. For your initial lessons, we recommend wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Please be aware that some classes may require training in bare feet. Equipment is not mandatory during the early stages of training. Beginners often borrow class equipment until they are ready to make their own purchase.
Can I train with my children?
Absolutely! Explore our family class for more information. This unique class allows both children and adults to train together, fostering a supportive and inclusive environment.
Do I have to take part in fighting at competitions?
No, participating in competitions is not a compulsory aspect of training. While some students choose to engage in competitions as an optional extra, we do have a highly competitive fighting squad that competes nationally and internationally.
When do the gradings take place?
KBK Gradings are scheduled every 3-4 months. You can find our grading syllabus on our website. In kids’ classes, earning tags based on attendance is essential for grading. Children grading for their first belt at 7 years and under will need 2 tags, and those aged 12 and under will need 3 tags.
Is my child too young to start?
We welcome students from the age of 3 years to adults. Our classes are tailored to different age groups, ensuring that younger kids can progress at their own pace while focusing on fundamental martial arts skills. For safety reasons, we do not accept children under 3 years old, as a basic level of coordination is necessary before they are ready to begin their training.
What is the belt system?
KBK Belt System…
1. White Belt
White Red Belt (7 years and under)
White Yellow Belt (7 years and under)
2. Red Belt
3. Yellow Belt
4. Orange Belt
5. Green Belt
6. Blue Belt
7. Purple Belt
8. Purple White Belt
9. Brown Belt
10. Brown White Belt
11. Brown Black Belt
12. Black Belt