We’ve always had one thing in mind – to deliver the best classes to help all those who need it. But we understand that sometimes the ones who need it may struggle to afford it.

The value we provide through our classes is immeasurable. We’ve changed hundreds of lives with our classes, such as kids finding a new social life when home life becomes tough. There are many  parents who struggle to afford the sessions but understand a child’s need for belonging to a club and learning discipline, respect and confidence.

Our vision is to offer a discounted membership to members who struggle to afford classes but need it the most.

What this is

We offer a discounted membership for select individuals to train in our classes. The discounted membership lasts for 6 months so we are able to rotate and offer the scheme to other members too. The funding is given to people based on an impartial group who vote with full confidence. The number of spaces that are offered is based on the funds that we collect and can vary. We will never publish those who are awarded the funding, but we’d always appreciate feedback to make the process better for everyone after! We also complete reports on the success of the scheme for internal use.

Upcoming Round: 11th October 2019. Applications before 7th October 2019

Next Round: 11th April 2020. Applications before 1st April 2020

To apply, simply download and complete the form below, and send it to with the header ‘Bursary Application’ followed by your name.

For any queries/questions, you can contact us via email on or by phone on 07378351363.


How it works

You can submit an application for yourself or for someone else who you know could benefit from the scheme. Funding will be available to those already training and to new members.

Internal criteria is created to help those:

  • Shy and unconfident
  • Confident but unfocused
  • Talented in martial arts

Externally our criteria will look specifically at:

  • Extraordinary home situations
  • Income in households below £13,000 per year
  • Single parent families
  • Specific and formally recognised needs
  • Referrals from establishments such as schools and foster associations

Ongoing funding partners of this community project:

– West Totton Community Centre