WadoKai Worcester is the leading Karate club in Worcestershire. The club was set-up to promote and further Karate at all levels within the Worcestershire area. We have a dedicated team of Instructors, all are very experienced and passionate about karate and its future. Our founder Sensei Katrina and our Senior Instructor Sensei David Wilson have trained with many of the worlds leading Martial Arts instructors and competed to International level. Click on our coaches to find out more!
We aim to be at the cutting edge of initiatives and training ideas that enable local people to to achieve their full potential in karate. Our mission is to deliver outstanding opportunities, coaching, support, and will provide the platform for its members to achieve success
AFFILIATIONS & ASSOCIATIONS
Hon YoSo Kai
Was established in 2009 and quickly became one of the most successful clubs in Wado, under the guidance of Sensei David Wilson, It was set up to provide the children of Worcester a safe and friendly place to learn Karate and give them the opportunity to compete at International competitions. Now Hon YoSo Kai works alongside WadoKai Worcester providing us a direct branch to the JKF (Japanese Karate Federation).
Hei Jo Shin
Hei Jo Shin (Dojo of Tranquillity) is a multi-style Karate association with clubs based in Leicester (Shotokan) and Worcester (WadoKai). As well as offering excellent Karate tuition to our local communities, we offer elite-level training to national and international level. We are also committed to volunteering to support Karate at national and international level and as well as charitably supporting students and events.
English Karate Federation
The English Karate Federation is the official governing body for the sport of Karate in England. The EKF is responsible for all aspects of the sport from grassroots right through to world class performance. It is the only governing body in England that is recognised by the World Karate Federation (WKF). The WKF is the only Karate organisation recognised by the International Olympic Committee. So, if any of you competitors ever wish to compete in the Olympics with Karate, you need to a member of the EKF to do so.
British Karate Federation
The BKF is set-up as a democratically elected body for British Karate to cover the whole spectrum of our martial art and to further develop an understanding administration that listens to the needs of all the many aspects of Karate from Sport to Traditional, from the youngest beginner to the most senior instructor.