A unique package to suit you and your team’s goals and objectives
Teams of all sizes (min. 10, max 100 depending on venue space) can work to improve all aspects of the team dynamic in a fun, safe and cost effective way, ultimately leading to a more energised, motivated and productive team.
BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS
Building Trust in Teams
Building Positive Energy
The session is designed to energise employees. It concentrates on movement and breathing, to raise energy levels, and to remove inhibitions to help participants fully engage in the workshop.
Get everyone out of their shoes and socks
Stretching and breathing to loosen up limbs and minds
Learn basic karate techniques as one whole team (really FUN and energizing!), work together and collaborate as ONE big team
Session is designed to be fun and open up the possibilties for more creative thinking and greater participation from teams
The session is designed for teams who follow set processes and procedures, but where more autonomy is now needed. Their teams will provide support and encourage each other to make decisions.
Participants will learn basic karate techniques as one whole team and then will be asked to provide a team demonstration to impress the other teams
Participants will be provided with guidance and an opportunity to learn some basic moves in a fun environment.
Teams will then demonstrate their new skills and have an opportunity to show how they would apply those skills.
from £15 per head
from £20 per head
Each programme will contain some of basic elements such as:
Location of your choice. It can be outdoors (on grass) or indoors (eg. dance studio), these should be appropriate for exercise in bare feet.
CD of photographs for the event organiser.
Team Garments to look the same and make it a unique experience – Karate suits with white belt. We need the height (i.e. 1.70 m) and build (i.e. slim, medium or heavy) of each participant to acquire the correct size suit.
Voice exercises for your team leaders.
Elena is originally from Sardinia and moved to London to work and study. She started Karate in 1988 and after 5 years achieved her first black belt. She is a double World and European champion and UK champion for 6 consecutive years. Elena has lived in Japan and she is fluent in 3 languages. Today she runs her own clubs in West London inspiring others of the many benefits of Karate. She is regularly invited to teach and has inspired 1000’s of students of Karate across the UK. She has now taken these principles and applied them to her Team Building activities. She lives in Isleworth juggling her time between family and running several businesses.
FOR READY MADE KARATE SUITS.
Please stretch out flat before measuring
All sizes are in centimeters
Assuming you order the correct size the arm sleeve length will fall one third up between the wrist and the elbow. The leg length will be just above the ankle.
If you like wearing a shorter sleeve and shorter trousers Ichiban recommend you order a part made to measure suit (giving exact dimensions of sleeves and legs). The sizes go according to the person’s height. Every person comes in different shapes and sizes, therefore Ichiban has created the above chart to assist you in choosing the correct size. Please note that this is only a guideline. Diamensions may vary slightly from one batch to another. Please e-mail Ichiban if you need further assistance.
When the belt is made up, lift both ends and ensure that they do not pass your chin.
This is to prevent it from slapping your face when kicking.
To assist you could apply the following formula:
for the Regular belt (4cm width) :
• (Waist in cm) x 2 + 110 to 120 cm (depending on if you want a standard length belt or long hanging belt. This can in turn be dependent on the amount of embroidery.)
for the Wide belt (4.5cm width):
• (waist in cm) x 2 + 120 to 130cm (depending on if you want a standard length belt or long hanging belt. This can in turn be dependent on the amount of embroidery.)