The style of Karate that we practice is 'Seiki Juku Karate-Do' it is a form of traditional Japanese Karate and in English means 'True Spirit School of Karate'.

Students are taught foremost the art of self defence. Plus within our organisation students will gain increased coordination skills, a high level of fitness, and an increase in personal confidence.

Seiki-Juku Karate is traditional style of karate and, unlike some styles, honour, diligence, respect, and etiquette still make the foundations of our school.

We believe that you must be mentally as well as physically trained, so that you can make informed decisions about when to use your knowledge.

Plus, we have a unique training system, where as well as learning the basic kicks and punches, we also combine other martial arts. This includes throwing, breakfalls, and weapons training!

Shihan Frank Perry (Chief Instructor)

Frank Perry is 8th Dan (Hanshi) and holds Dan grade levels in Judo, Aikido, Kendo, Kobudo and Jujutsu. As a Karate Master, he runs the largest full-time Karate dojo in England and his school, the United Kingdom Seiki-Juku Karate Organisation, has thousands of registered students.

Frank Perry worked originally with the first Japanese Budo and Karate Exponents who came to Britain. From the former, he acquired what is now a rare knowledge of the Bushido Spirit (the martial way of the classical warrior) and this remains something he wishes to see fostered today in all Martial Arts.

Frank Perry has presented Martial Art techniques for television and was the subject of the first ever documentary Karate film distributed nationwide in cinemas. This film demonstrated, among other Karate techniques, the build-up to his successful breaking of a stack of nine huge ice blocks with a single hand strike in a display of tameshiwari never seen on screen before.