Stirling Karate Club


National Karate Federation - Stirling


Formed in 1973 by Sensei Mike Bissett, 6th Dan, the club is part of the National Karate Federation. Our chief instructor Ronnie Watt ORS, 8th Dan, has schools in Aberdeen, Stirling, Livingston and Glasgow.

The Stirling club is run by NVQ qualified instructors, trained to national standards. The NKF is an OCR approved centre for the delivery of Vocational Qualifications. We are a centre of excellence for Karate, and are proud to be part of the National Karate Federation.

The safety of the children in our care is of utmost importance to us. We strive to provide a safe environment for children and adults to practise in, and enjoy tremendous support from the many parents who come along to our dojo, often to train at the same time as their children.

Successful karate students drive themselves to train; they practise at home and strive to improve their technique. This process is important, for this type of discipline and dedication lie at the heart of individual success in all walks of life. The qualities that we help our students identify and develop are those that have been the backbone of Scottish achievement through the ages.

Learn karate properly, at one of the top karate schools in Europe.

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