Sensei Paula Brooks - 2nd Dan (Child Welfare Officer)

Having introduced my twin sons to karate at the tender age of 5, I watched them develop and grow in confidence and ability really quickly.  Under the careful supervision of Senseis Keith and Kevin, it was a proud moment to watch my children take part in competitions, gradings and represent the Chelmsford clubs at national events.  I decided early on that I wanted to be a part of the GKI Karate family – to get fitter, gain confidence and make new friends for myself. With this goal in mind, I went on to gain my Black Belt aged 45, and my 2nd Dan 3 years later.  I love to help teach the younger students (and the older ones!) and am also the Chelmsford Child Welfare Officer – karate has opened up a whole new set of experiences, opportunities and friendships that I would otherwise never have had.  I encourage anyone to come along and have a go – you never know where it will take you !

Contact: welfare@chelmsfordkarate.com

Tel: 07711592933

About Us

We practise traditional Okinawan Goju Ryu, which focuses on effective close-quarters fighting. We enjoy tournaments, but believe that the true heart of karate is self defence.

Our instructors include Police Officers who have used their skills on the streets many times.

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  • Training Update

    Unfortunately due to the national lockdown coming into affect on Thursday 5th November both North Avenue and Keene Hall Dojo's have closed its doors and hope to reopen in December. In its place we will be running training sessions online through Zoom. If you are interested in joining get in contact with us or reach out to the clubs Welfare Officer.

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