Training on 30 August 2010

The Manor Community College is closed on bank holidays therefore the sparring session on Monday 30 August 2010 will be held at the Histon Road Recreation ground between 4 and 6pm.   The lesson will be cancelled in case of rain during or before the session (e.g. if the grass will be wet).

No Training on Sun 15 Aug 2010

Training on Sunday 15th August is cancelled due to the bad weather.  Loads of rain yesterday and more forecast for today means it will not be practical to train our normal outdoor session this Sunday. You can make up for it by coming to the sparring session on Monday at Manor Community College in Arbury.

Beginners Course September 2010

CARISMA is running a new beginners course, starting on the 21 September 2010 to run for 4 consecutive Tuesday and Thursday classes (e.g. 21, 23, 28, 30).

Autumn beginners course are usually very popular with lots of university students joining us so if you would like to join (or you know somebody who would like to) please do it on the 21th of September.

If you’d like to check our prices please look at this page.

Feel free of advertising our beginners course at your company or your social club: you can do so by downloading and printing our flyer from this page.

There is no need for booking for beginners: please just turn up at 6pm at Kelsey Kerridge.

Rain? No problem!

So far we have been lucky this summer: as usual all Sundays of July and August we (try to) train outdoor.  Historically we managed to get about 5-6 out of 8-9 Sundays in any given year.  Summer 2010 has been good and we managed to get all Sundays outdoor this year.

Yesterday lesson was no different if not that at about 6 o’clock it started raining.  It was obviously too late traying relocating the lesson and, at the same time, the 9 CARISMA members at the lesson seemed so focussed on their training that they carried on kicking each other; luckily within less that 10 few minutes it stopped.  See them in this clip as they are training while rain is pooring down:

Toward the end of the lesson the sun came out so the lesson completed with and nice and relaxing conditioning training 🙂 of which you can see a simple example from Heley and Aaron: