We would like to invite all to study an ancient Vietnames martial art Nhat-Nam.
Whether you are looking to train martial arts yourself or thinking to engage your children in a sports activity and considering martial arts classes - then Nhat-Nam could be an option.
Nhat-Nam can be adapted to any individual taking into consideration the individual's age, state of health, personal circumstances such as lack of time etc.
As it is said - better to see once than to hear a hundred times!

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2014 November newsletter is out now.

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News and events:

23.05 - 30.05.2015 NHAT NAM SPORTS CAMP 2015 AT ROMNEY SANDS

27.02 - 01.03.2015 SET OF OPEN SEMINARS "NHAT-NAM FOR LIFE" IN LONDON AND READING with Lithuanian president of Nhat-Nam federation Master Petras Golovac.
27.02 - 01.03.2015 ПРОГРАММА ДЛЯ ЦИКЛА ОТКРЫТЫХ СЕМИНАРОВ «НЯТ НАМ ДЛЯ ЖИЗНИ» ЛОНДОН/РЭДИНГ (БАРКШИР) Во главе с президентом литовской федерации традиционного вьетнамского боевого искусства нят нам Петром Головач.

17.01.2014 Happy Birthday to our venerable headmaster prof. Ngo Xuan Binh! May your deeds and wisdom continue to inspire students for many years to come! From all of us at Nhat-Nam UK POSTCARD

26-27.07.2013 Street survival seminar led by President of Lithuanian Nhat-Nam federation Petras Golovac.

25.07.2013 I'st Day egzam for Nhat-Nam students

24.07.2013 I'st Day seminar for Nhat-Nam students

20.07.2013 performance at Grassroots centre

29.06.2013 Nhat-Nam performance and workshop at Lithuanian school “Bite” camp

26.05.2013 Nhat-Nam workshop at Headley Park Hotel in Lithuanian “Sekmines” fest

12.05.2013 Nhat-Nam workshop at Lithuanian School “Bite”

12.05.2013 Another article about us on the oldest Polish newspaper in the UK - "Dziennik Polski". Please cilck here to read.
We are introducing FREE weekend training sessions in Reading (Berkshire).
Every Saturday, Sunday 9 - 11 AM (at Reading Palmer Park - near the main entrance to the park)