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Karate Therapy (Raynes Park)

Karate Therapy uses martial arts as a method of delivering group occupational therapy. This approach makes a typical ‘after school activity’ assessable for all children age 3-18, inclusive of any special learning needs and or physical differences. OT Play strives to make therapy as affordable as possible and therefore delivers most sessions in a small group (from 4 to 12 children). As well as the therapeutic and health benefits of martial arts, OT Play provides a sense of belonging both for the students and the parents, being part of a club. Additional funding, up to 75% per session, is available for application, from our partner charity Blue Kite Foundation.

All students have an informal assessment, therapy goals set and evaluated at grading time, approximately once every 3 months. To be part of a group and learn new skills from dressing into a karate kit, following verbal instructions, remembering karate sequences and learning self-regulation strategies through martial arts such as meditation. The instructor is an occupational therapist with post-graduate training in sensory integration and a senior instructor with Makoto Kai Karate Do, based on Go Ju Ryu style.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Charlotte O'Reilly
Contact Position
07539 939478

Call or email Charlotte to request a referral form.


Raynes Park Library
29 Approach Road
SW20 8BA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
5.00 to 5.30pm & 5.30 to 6.30pm
Session Information

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£10-£20 Per hour
First session is free


Age Ranges
3 to 18
Last updated: 05/09/2019
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