Family Membership

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You want to join a Missing Link dojo as a family. We are happy to welcome all of you!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to either send an eMail to or ask your instructor in training. 

The following agreement applies for all members of your family: 

By signing this contract, the student enters a membership in the dojo, starting from the date of the first payment. The family membership c0mes at a fee of £69.99 and covers up to five people, of whom a maximum of two people can be adults. The fee is payable monthly via Direct Debit. While filling the application, follow the link to either the direct debit form or the Credit Card Payment option. Your contract is valid as soon as this form is filled. The Direct Debit form is also here:

The contract renews monthly unless cancelled 30 days ahead of renewal via the cancellation form at The membership covers regular dojo classes. Seminars, extra-curricular activities and personal training will attract extra costs, though they might be reduced in price for members. 

The student is urged by the dojo to assure with a GP that there are no risky health conditions that could be dangerous for the student during Karate training. Practice at the dojo is at the student’s own risk. The student holds the dojo, its instructors, officers and owners from all claims regarding injuries. The student also agrees that pictures and videos can be taken during lessons and used to promote the school and Missing Link Martial Arts in general. 


By signing this contract, the student also agrees to the following rules of the dojo: 

  1. I will behave respectful and friendly. Aggressive or risky behaviour has no place in the dojo. Outside the dojo I am aware that my skills might do harm to others - and that Karate doesn't make me invincible, especially when it comes to encounters with dangerous people

  2. I will take care of personal cleanliness. This includes clothes, toe- and fingernails as well as scents.

  3. I am aware that Martial Arts are about fighting. While health and safety are important in training, fighting will cause bruises and accidents may happen. Missing Link Martial Arts Ltd and its instructors can not be held responsible for sports injuries.

  4. My progress in Missing Link Martial Arts depends on my own effort. Practicing regularly and staying focused during lessons will help me to improve.

  5. The dojo does not take any responsibility for lost or stolen items. 

Please fill the contract form below. Do not forget to fill the yearly licence as well, which is a requirement for your membership and also signs you up for insurance.