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Shorai Conflict and Prevention was established by Sensei Imran Majid with the authority of Sensei Joe Tierney around a decade ago. SCP is Voluntary organisation managed and run by trainer Imran Majid who is qualified himself to the highest calibre, saw a passion to link the community buildings into a more than just a place of worship, but to provide opportunities beyond the Madrasa curriculum. Supported by the Sport Health and Inclusion Services and the dedicated support by the volunteers, the Club has seen itself grow and become more sustainable with children having their own uniform to competing in Tournaments and bringing back the winning trophies For further information contact Sensei Imran Majid on 07713266507 - SCP Karate

Shorai Association

Shorai Association (International) was established in 1986 by Chief Instructor Sensei Joe Tierney, 8th Dan. Shorai loosely translated means ‘future’. It is an open system which has fundamental values but has incorporated the modern aspect for today’s martial arts. The system is that of a multi-style organisation providing all the benefits of any good association. All of the systems within Shorai are of the highest calibre. “How does Shorai maintain such a standard?”, this may be a question in your mind. When a system applies to join Shorai, Sensei Joe Tierney will personally evaluate the system to ensure its integrity and standard meets Shorai’s ethics and code of conduct. With the help of Sensei Tierney’s senior grades, all of whom are well respected karate in their own right, Shorai Association (International) runs smoothly. The association boasts a full calendar of international events which are heavily subsidized. This confirms the commitment the association has to all its members, instructors and students alike. The majority of practitioners in martial arts today are children. With this in mind Shorai has a full commitment to them. Each time Shorai has competed abroad they have always taken a cadet squad with them. Shorai has a belief that children should have an equal opportunity as they are the future of martial arts. -

SCP Karate

Ladies Karate (In association with SCP Karate)

My name is Sannah Ali and I am 18 years old. Having started Karate at the age of 6, my passion and commitment towards Karate enabled me to obtain my 1st Dan Black Belt in May 2015. I was extremely privileged to have been trained under Sensei Joe Tierney and under the continued guidance of Sensei Imran Majid 4th Dan at SCP, where I am now currently working towards my 2nd Dan. I have also competed in many tournaments and in 2011 I became the Shorai U.K National Champion for my height category. I am currently a student at the University of Central Lancashire where I am studying towards a Law LLB (hons) degree. Prior to this I attended Bolton School Senior Girls Division where I completed my Secondary education. Bolton School has provided me with an excellent platform to enable me now to share my passion, knowledge and experience with others. I was nominated to participate in the Junior Athletic Education Programme within Bolton School. This programme taught me numerous team building exercises and has motivated me further in fulfilling my dream of coaching others. I was also very honoured to be invited to attend the National Girls Go Gold programme which was only available to students who were competing at a sporting higher level. I benefitted by attending specialist workshops to enhance my understanding of sports rehabilitation, team building, self-motivation and focus techniques. Most recently I was recognised as a sports ambassador by Greater Manchester Sports Partnership for inspiring others, especially young females to participate in karate. In my sessions, I will be implementing the values of Karate which are: self-discipline, self-respect and respect for others which will help build confidence in a fun and friendly environment. My sessions are available for children and females of all ages and all abilities.
Hobart Hall, Hobart Street, Halliwell Bolton, BL1 3PY.
Monday: - 7:30pm - 8:30pm (All age groups).
8:30pm - 9:30pm (Senior Grades).
Saturdays: - 10:00am - 11:00am (All age groups).

Asian Elders Resource Centre 63 Northfield Street Bolton, BL3 5JH.
Tuesday:-7:30pm - 8:30pm (All age groups).
Friday: - 7:30pm - 8:30pm (All age groups).
Saturday 1:00pm - 2:00pm (Senior Grades).

Mission Community Centre, 365 Halliwell Rd, Bolton, BL1 8DE
Thursdays: - 7:30pm - 8:30pm (All age groups).
8:30pm - 9:30pm (Senior Grades).

Ladies Karate
Mission Community Centre, 365 Halliwell Rd, Bolton, BL1 8DE
Tuesdays - 10am - 11am (Age 16 and over)

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