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Karate för alla, karate hela livet!
Detta är Lunds Karateklubb

Lunds Karateklubb har som motto "Karate för alla" och "Karate hela livet".

Vi har träning för barn, barn/föräldrar, ungdomar, vuxna, seniorer och parakarate.
Parakarate är karateträning för personer med funktionsnedsättning

 

Alla våra utvecklingssatsningar/projekt är i linje med Riksidrottsförbundets anvisningar för barn och ungdomsidrott och vi utgår också från ”Idrotten vill” och våra ledord är ”Livsnjutning - Ökad livsglädje - Gemenskap”

 

 

I Lunds Karateklubb tränar vi Shotokan-karate, den traditionella karatestil som har flest utövare runt om i världen. Klubben bildades av Sensei Ted Hedlund och Leif Almö 1973 och är därmed den äldsta karateklubben i Lund. 

 

Vi är medlemmar i Riksidrottsförbundet, Svenska Karateförbundet, Skånes Karateförbund samt JKA Sweden.

I medlemsavgiften hos Lunds Karateklubb, organisationsnummer 845002-2333, ingår en försäkring som vi har genom Svenska Karateförbundet
https://www.karatesweden.se/for-foreningar/forsakringar/

Lunds Karateklubb arbetar aktivt för en trygg idrottsmiljö och vi verkar för att barn och vuxna ska kunna vara trygga när de tränar i klubben. Mer information på RF’s sida om Trygg Idrott: https://www.rf.se/RFarbetarmed/Tryggidrott/

Våra värdegrunder är

 

Välkomnande

Vi hjälps alla åt att se till att varje medlem är och känner sig välkommen

 

Seriösa

Vi bedriver vår verksamhet enligt JKA karates principer

 

Omtänksamma

Hos oss blir alla sedda

 

Leder utvecklingen framåt

Vi arbetar för att vara ett föredöme för andra föreningar

Besök dojon!

Thank You Naka Sensei! Osu!

  • Do I have to register myself/my child before I/we arrive? Where do I report?
    No, you don't need to register in advance - just come and try it out! We do not accept pre-registrations! Everyone gets a spot!
  • What is the language of instruction?
    We instruct in Swedish, but use Japanese terminology, which all traditional karate schools do. All our instructors speak English as well and we have students from the entire world.
  • I / my child is on the age limit for a training group (e.g. 12 years old and turning 13 soon). In which group should you start?
    It's fine to try out a class. You can start in the lower group and then move up, or start in the upper group, and then move down if it becomes too much at once. You can move freely between groups.
  • The times for beginners/advanced/other are e.g. 16-17 Mondays and Wednesdays, which is not possible for me as I work/study/travel etc. Is there a possibility that we can join another session that has other times?
    You can take part in any sessions you want throughout the week, up to the degree you are graded. As a beginner, there are several sessions a week you can join.
  • When does the semester start?
    The term normally starts around 15 January and 20 August. Keep an eye on the news on the right side of the front page.
  • Can we start in the middle of the semester / after the start of the semester?
    Yes, that is fine - we have rolling intake! Talk to your coach about the semester fee
  • How much does it cost to train (2024)?
    Organisation member fees and injury insurance are included in the prices below: Membership fee: SEK 100 per member and year Training Fees: SEK 400/semester for people with disabilities/pass on TuesdaysSEK 400/semester for seniors/pass on TuesdaysSEK 550/semester for 7 - 12 year oldsSEK 550/semester for 13 - 18 year olds or students SEK 350/semester for "parent training" (parents who only practice sessions with their child/youth 950 SEK/semester for others Now there are QR codes for the various payments on the information sheets in the dojo Membership fees : swisha 1230924753 for payment of membership fees NOTE! Don't forget to write your or your child's social security number as a reference Of course, it is still possible to pay via the club's PG account 22 8823-1 Payment of uniforms etc.: swisha 1231794684 for payment of uniforms, belts, grading booklet and JKA badge NOTE! Don't forget to write what the payment is for Payment of drinks: swisha 1235789227 for payment of coffee and drinks The fee must be paid one week after the first training session and for our former members it must be paid no later than one month after the start of the semester.
  • Where should I send the money?
    There are now QR codes for the various payments on the information sheets in the dojo Membership fees : swisha 1230924753 for payment of membership fees NOTE! Don't forget to write your or your child's social security number as a reference Of course, it is still possible to pay via the club's PG account 22 8823-1 Payment of uniforms etc.: swisha 1231794684 for payment of uniforms, belts, grading booklet and JKA badge NOTE! Don't forget to write what the payment is for Payment of drinks: swisha 1235789227 for payment of coffee and drinks Fees from VT2021 SEK 550/semester for 7 - 12 year oldsSEK 550/semester for 13 - 18 year olds or students SEK 350/semester for "parent training" (parents who only practice sessions with their child/youth 950 SEK/semester for others The fee must be paid one week after the first training session and for our former members it must be paid no later than one month after the start of the semester.
  • How much do costumes and equipment cost?
    A suit, gi, lasts for several years. You can find price list for 2024 here. Do you want to order a suit or belt? Email Tomas, kingen50@gmail.com
  • How long are you a child?
    In the children's group, people train between the ages of 7 and 12. In the youth group, people between the ages of 13 and 17 are welcome. In the adult groups, everyone trains from the age of 13 and up. Parents of children and young people are warmly welcome to train at their children's training sessions!
  • How often should I / can I / can my child exercise a week?
    You train as often or as little as you want. At least 2 times/week is common. The more the better! Six days a week training is held in our own dojo, Skiffervägen 102.
  • My child will soon be 5/6/7 years old - is it okay to try training anyway?
    Children normally start at the age of 7, but anyone who wants to can try! If the children are mature enough to join in the training, and think it's fun, they are welcome! It usually resolves itself.
  • Do parents have to exercise with the kids?
    No, it's completely voluntary and just another way to practice! But the parents who exercise with their children express that they think it's great fun, and the children think it's fun too. You can always try!
  • What do you wear when you exercise?
    Before you have bought a suit, and while you are trying it on, you train in normal training clothes - for example sweatpants and a T-shirt. You practice karate barefoot!
  • Where do I buy a suit?
    You can buy clothing through the club. Talk to your trainer who will help you! You place an order and pay in advance, then the suit arrives after about 1 week. We have many different costumes at varying prices, for both children and adults. A suit, gi, lasts for several years. SEK 350 (approx.) costume for children ​ SEK 500 (approx.) costume for adults Do you want to order a suit or belt? Email Tomas, kingen50@gmail.com
  • I come from a different style of Karate, or another Shotokan association. Can I train with you? Can I keep my belt?"
    Everyone is welcome to train with us! We respect all styles and you get to keep your belt. If you want to graduate within JKA, your previous knowledge/style/association will be assessed individually by the head coach.
  • I have trained karate earlier in life, maybe graded and had an advanced belt, but forgot a lot, which group should I start in?
    You can start in any group you want (to which you are graded). You are allowed to try your hand at it. It can e.g. be a good idea to train in a group with beginners a couple of times and then move up when you get started. You can move freely between groups.
  • What are the requirements for grading?
    Karate is a way of life where in your karate training you strive to develop your character by seeking perfection in the techniques. You do not need to grade, but can train at your own pace and for your own development.If you want to grade from 2 kyu and above, you must tell your coach or email kingen50@gmail.com within 2 weeks at the beginning of the semester.Also remember that grading booklets are available for purchase You can find grading requirements here!
  • How does LUKK handle / process personal data?
    Within Lund's Karate Club, we process a large amount of personal data. They are used, among other things, to keep member registers in order, distribute financial support or arrange competitions and training. There are special rules for how personal data must be handled in a safe and secure manner. On 25 May 2018, the Personal Data Act will be replaced by the new Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which means that the requirements will change slightly. Due to these changes, we have supplemented the membership terms and conditions with a privacy policy. It describes in more detail how and why we save your personal data and which rights you have.
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