Help! Help! Leave me alone!

Birthday celebrations are over and now it’s time to knuckle down and focus on the year ahead.

On the 22nd March we hosted the second Children and Ladies Self Defence seminar where we focused on simple but effective techniques to help in tricky situations.  The kids self defence class was about boosting their confidence and putting out a simple message to get away making as much noise as possible!  Which as you can imagine isn’t difficult for most children!  For the ladies it was a little more focused but the same rules applied.  We also had a visit from the Police Training Office who gave us some top tips about what you can or can’t do in the eyes of the law.  Huge thanks go out to all of the volunteers who gave up their Sunday to be beaten up, we hope the bruises have gone!  We had a great day and best of all we managed to raise nearly £100 for the charity Refuge.  Please check out the website for more information on this worthy cause.  http://www.refuge.org.uk/

Sorry to mention Gaynor Morgan yet again but after another tournament last weekend she has returned triumphant with yet more gold-ware!  Congratulations, Gaynor!  If you want to find out how she manages to collect so many trophies come down to her weekly training session on Tuesday nights starting off with a children’s class 6:30pm-7:30pm followed up by an adults class 7:45pm-9:00pm.  She is also available for one to one sessions during the day to fine tune those competition kick-boxing skills.  For more information contact us using the links below or call in to the Immortal 365 centre where we are happy to discuss your options over a nice cuppa.  And don’t forget, your first session is free!

This week saw the last of our training sessions at Peterborough Regional College.  We have been helping them over the last 6weeks by providing kick boxing and marital art training to aid with their studies.  Thanks to Karl and Alan for their hard efforts!

More charity work coming up in April as our very own Peter Holmes will be donating more of his time and huge experience to teaching martial arts techniques at the Basingstoke Martial Arts Seminar for Jack Bristow.  Jack Bristow is the youngest testicular cancer patient on record and the charity is raising money not only for Jack but also the Piam Brown ward at Southampton General Hospital.  Peter will be teaching 11:00-12:00pm on Sunday 26th April.  For more information on the event and how you can help, follow the link to their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/jackbristowsupport or donate on their just giving page https://www.justgiving.com/Joanne-Bristow/2.

And if that’s not enough we also hosted our Taekwondo and Haedong Kumdo gradings.  Both groups did exceptionally well with a large number being successful, allowing them to progress to the next level in their Immortal journey.  Congratulations to everyone who graded at the weekend!  Keep up the hard work!

Again from all of us at Immortal 365, thanks for reading and see you at the centre very soon!

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