To enable us to re-open successfully, we have introduced a ‘BOOKING SYSTEM’ as class sizes will have to be limited for a period of time. We will be updating as and when we can. Our ‘Facebook’ page will be kept up to-date. You need to ‘Book’ your session by contacting the Sensei’s detailed below. Sensei Owen McGill 07891574186 Sensei John Bentley 07393600328 Revised Sessions are as detailed below : KICKBOXING Peewee : Monday & Friday 5 – 5.45pm Juniors : Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri 6 – 6.45pm & Tues 7 – 7.45pm Seniors : Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri 7 – 8pm Juniors & Seniors : Sat 10.30 – 11.30am WJJF JU-JITSU Juniors: Tues 6 – 6.45pm Seniors : Tues 7 – 8pm BJJ (BRAZILIAN JU-JITSU) Juniors : Tues 6 – 6.45pm & Sat 9.30 – 10.30am Seniors : Tues 7 – 8pm & Sat 9.30 – 10.30am
NEW FOR 2020
JUNIOR KICKBOXING CLASS
Starting Wednesday 8th Jan 2020 – 6pm – 7pm
JUNIORS TUESDAY – 6pm – 7pm JUNIORS *****NEW CLASS* SATURDAY 9.30am – 10.30am
SENIORS *** New Class**** TUESDAY – 7pm – 8pm SATURDAY – 9.30am – 10.30am
Grading Dates 2021
KICKBOXING GRADING DATES
TO BE ADVISED
PEEWEE GRADING DATES
TO BE ADVISED
Blackburn Martial Arts & Kickboxing Club Kickboxing coach John Bentley is recovering from testicular cancer & is urging young men not to delay if they discover indications of the disease.
John was having a shower when he noticed a lump, but dismissed it as a kickboxing injury. He did not feel comfortable going to see a doctor and waited three weeks before being persuaded by his wife, Emma, to go. Now, six months on, returning to work as a civil engineer three weeks ago and to the club as a martial arts coach this week, the 38-year-old from Blackburn is keen on raising awareness of the cancer.
John, who has four children, Shannon, 15, William, 11, Iona, nine, and seven-year-old Jamie, said: “Young men may feel embarrassed about going to the doctor.
“But don’t be scared, it saved my life by going. I’m wiser now and would go for a check-up if I found anything strange again.“I was devastated when I found out, as I have young children and I’m self-employed so, financially, this was a strain.”
“It really put things into perspective. Getting back to work has been tiring, and I still have regular check-ups too.