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PH: 02 43 672 224

2/20 Barralong Rd Erina, 2250

Welcome to Black Belt Martial Arts Erina - Central Coast

Black Belt Martial Arts Erina is a family and fitness friendly school located within the hear of Erina. We cater for people of any age from our highly successful Lil Dragons program for 3 - 7 year olds to our all ages karate program or our Cardio Kickboxing program ideal for anybody wanting to get fit fast and learn self defence.

Our Head instructor and owner, Sensei Glenn, is a Bronze level NCAS coach accredited by the Australian Sports Commission and Senior First Aid officer, he was in the NSW State Team and State champion and Australian open Champion. Sensei Glenn is the owner and head instructor of BBMA Erina. Sensei Glenn is a Third Dan Black Belt in Shotokan karate and Second Dan Black Belt in Kickboxing.

Our school philosophy is to bring out the best in everyone from the instructors to all of the students through a caring, professional and communicative environment and to achieve goals. We have Lil and Tiny Dragons classes for 3 - 7 year olds focusing on discipline, self defence, anti bullying and fun! Our Karate program for 8 years to adult develops essential life skills and self defence from white to Black Belt and beyond.

Our Kickboxing Program is for ages 14 and above and it is a cardio based workout which also incorporates self defence. Matayoshi Kobudo is a traditional weapons program for ages 14 years and above. We also have a great competition pathway for our students both Nationally, Internationally and potentially qualify for the Olympics.

The school also does a lot of work for the community by teaching Schools Programs at local schools, self defence seminars for women, Bully Buster Seminars, Rock and Water programs and demonstrations in the public eye.

Whether you are looking to get fit, learn self defence or improve spiritually and emotionally BBMA Erina is the school for you.

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