Netsui-Do history and tradition
Founded in 2017 by Sensei Reece Taylor, Netsui-Do teaches traditional Shito-Ryu style of Karate which is one of the four main styles of karate recognised by the World Karate Federation (WKF).
Netsui-Do values are as much about behavior in karate as they are transferable into the student’s education, other extra-curricular activities and later life.
Respect - For one's self, peers, juniors, seniors and Senseis
Self-discipline - The ability to control one's self physically and emotionally, as well as finding inner determination and the motivation to succeed
Inclusivity - The awareness to help and motivate junior belts or those that need extra support in order to achieve, and working together regardless of age, gender, background etc
Excellence - Striving to achieve high standards across all aspects of karate and life, through maximum effort, attention to detail and passion
Netsui-Do currently delivers a continuous provision of karate to the following schools:
Northcote Lodge, Broomwood Hall Garrads, Lower & Upper, Finton House, and Oakfield. Classes also run at Kingston Quaker Centre called St Josephs.
Additional experience includes the:
delivery of an annual residential summer karate camp at Radley College for 200+ students and parents
organisation of several inter-house and inter-school competitions for 200+ competitors and 100+ spectators
delivery of squad coaching, and the administration of elite WKF competition attendance
management and facilitation of the Black Belt Coaching Programme
The senior Senseis have all taught Karate for 12+ years and among them, have professional experience within the medical profession, youth education and development sector, and law enforcement.
The junior Senseis have all been educated at Northwood Schools and all current Northwood black belts are part of the Black Belt Coaching Programme.