Corporate Training2023-05-23T10:58:03+00:00

Corporate Training

Martial Arts – the best team building activity for any company 

‘Work’ is cited as the second most common source of stress after money! And a stressful work environment is one of the main reasons employees leave a company, so it makes sense that more and more employers are promoting a healthy lifestyle.

London-based EMAR Dojo offers corporate events like no other. We take team building to the next level with our selection of custom designed corporate martial arts events for a corporate Away Day like you’ve never experienced before. Accomplishing goals and targets as a team is more gratifying than doing it alone. Studies show that great teamwork makes employees feel empowered, and greatly improves their level of job satisfaction, which ultimately increases job productivity. Most businesses know that, yet they still won’t invest in team-building activities to bond the team and increase the office spirit. We offer great deals for your business, regardless of the size and the nature. We have highly qualified instructors that will take care of your employees, making it a great team building experience and a fantastic workout.

“IT was amazing! The team loved it! Simeon from Elite Martial Arts Richmond did 3 hours team building event for my company. It was an amazing experience for our team to get together, train and lough. the instructor has adapted the training so that everyone can easily participate. It was not just physical training, it was more than that. simeon shared the values of martial arts and related them to our daily job so that it resonates for everyone. it was a fantastic team event and I highly recommend Elite Martial Arts Richmond if you want to build strong internal structure in your company and also to motivate your team and have a great time”.

– Fabrice Haiat, CEO Yogis
business member


 “This was our favourite team building event”

Martial arts promote self-improvement, one of the greatest qualities a person can have. It helps people realise that the only way to get better in any field of life is by continuing hard work and commitment.Martial arts training helps improve focus, concentration and problem-solving skills. It also teaches resilience, consistency and more productivity.

Martial Arts team building improves communication

Martial arts as a team building activity is a great fun and a perfect way to relieve stress. Nothing relieves more stress than a good workout. Sweating together as a team builds relationships and promotes communication, which are valuable skills that every employee needs to have.

“The kids were delighted and the mums too. You organised the session really well. The kids really enjoyed it.

Thank you for everything. It has been an absolute pleasure to work with you.”



Studies show

  • Companies with engaged employees have 6% higher profit margins.
  • Engaged employees are 87% Less likely to leave a company.
  • Martial arts help boost your attention span.
  • 45% of office workers in one survey said they felt under stress on a weekly basis. While studies have shown martial arts to have positive mental health effects.

Thrilling corporate training for your team 

We would come to your location and deliver either a one-off session or a series of sessions for your team that can be tailored to exactly meet your business needs.Our corporate service team have a vast wealth of experience and knowledge in rising to the top of the world in their sport. They are current or previous Team GB athletes, and some are even world champions.* To achieve this, they made sacrifices, were incredibly organised, learnt how to deal with pressure, understand how to be productive with time and resources, and get the most out of their minds and bodies in terms of performance. All of the traits we have mentioned above, are proven to help performance in every element of life, especially work.

“Hi Simeon,

It was so lovely to have you at LEH – thank you for your time and the amazing Karate sessions! It was definitely a very popular activity with the girls.”

– Marry
Math teacher at Lady Eleanor Holles School (Open day at school)


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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer semi-private and family private classes?2023-04-06T17:02:51+00:00

Yes, we offer semi private training sessions, as well as family private sessions. Classes can be done at our boutique private gym or at your place, at a time convenient for you

Is There a Minimum Commitment?2023-04-06T17:02:35+00:00

No. You can stop any time you want. Obviously the longer you train the better results you’ll get. It takes time for the body and mind to change so patience and consistency is the key to success.

If I trained once a week with a personal trainer would that session be enough or would I need to do more exercise outside seeing the trainer?2023-04-06T17:02:18+00:00

Yes, you would need to do more exercise in addition to seeing your personal trainer. One session a week without doing any extra work yourself will get minimal results. If you want big results then you have to put in the work yourself, however we are on hand to give advice for the best way to achieve the results.

Is personal training suitable for everyone?2023-04-06T17:02:00+00:00

Yes. No matter what your sex, age or fitness level, everyone can benefit from a personal trainer, from a complete beginner needing advice on proper exercises or help with nutrition, to a regular exerciser needing professional knowledge on improving the efficacy of their training, to athletes wanting to fine-tune their movements, or improve strength and conditioning for an improved lifestyle.

Will my Personal Trainer ask questions about my lifestyle?2023-04-06T17:01:39+00:00

The nature of personal training is such that it incorporates your needs, goals and preferences. The trainer will need to ask some initial questions during the consultation, which gauge the demands placed on you by your job and lifestyle. Typically, the first session will include questions about: basic personal details, medical background, fitness background, lifestyle factors (e.g., smoking/drinking), nutritional habits (you may be asked to keep a diary), personal goals, and fitness objectives.


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