December 12 2013 Latest news:
Wednesday, July 4, 2012
The Sen Shin Ryu Karate Association held its summer grading at Long Ashton Sports Centre.
THE Sen Shin Ryu Karate Association held its summer grading at Long Ashton Sports Centre, for students in the Bristol/North Somerset area.
Over 25 karate practitioners, ranging in age from five years of age to 50 years, from the region, successfully graded to various levels over a three hour period in front of a panel of their sensei (teachers), ranging from third dan black belts up to the eighth dan chief instructor of the association.
The karate association has been established in the Bristol and the South West area for some 25 years, has opened the karate club in the well-equipped dance studio at the new sports centre situated in Ashton Park School.
The association formed by ex-international Shihan Dennis, eighth dan and international karate referee sensei O’Brien sixth dan, have both been avid practitioners for over 40 years.
Qualified instructor Del Williams third dan and co-instructor Donna Jordan first dan, teaching at the new Long Ashton club which will commence at 6-7pm on Monday evenings and will be open to both senior and junior students from the age of six.
The demand for karate classes in the area is improving due to the fact that karate is now a GCSE subject in sport.
Anybody interested in joining the SKA should contact Mike on 07751 880203.