AFFILIATIONS

Our Clubs Are Affiliated To Top Governing Bodies

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BRITISH JUDO COUNCIL

The BJC aim to "to produce an organisation that is secure and lasting far beyond our lifetime, where the BJC produce excellent people in every aspect and excellence in true judo skill"

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ENGLISH KARATE FEDERATION

The EKF is recognised as the official governing body for English Karate by:

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BRITISH AIKIDO ASSOCIATION

The British Aikido Association was founded in 1966 in order to promote and maintain the ethical and technical standards of Tomiki Aikido in the United Kingdom.

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WORLDWIDE SPORT AIKIDO FEDERATION

Sport Aikido is a martial art and also a sport, and our goal is to spread sport aikido around the world in pursuit of Professor Tomiki’s dream to make sport aikido an Olympic event.”
As a voluntary organization, the WSAF is open to all of our Tomiki Aikido practitioners around the world regardless of affiliation. The WSAF welcomes everyone’s participation, and looks forward to constructive dialogue so that it may collectively finalize and secure a universally agreed mandate. 
Alternatively, there may be some spots available on existing teams.

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THE BRITISH WHEEL OF YOGA

The British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) was founded in 1965 by Wilfred Clark (1898 – 1981), who had been practising yoga during his service in the army in the First World War.