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                           The first seminar being hosted by Kinlochbervie Kempo!! 
                                     Bringing multiple styles and arts together.
               Anybody is welcome to come along and try some of some/all of these arts.
                            You don't need to be a martial artist to have a go!!
              If you decide to come and have a shot. Please bring a drink and a snack for lunch.
                          All instructors are fully qualified and teach classes of their own.
         If your child is wishing to come along but is very slightly too young, that isn't a problem!!!

The club celebrated its first year in operation this month!!!

A massive thank you to all our students/parents and helpers for all your support over this past year. We couldn't have done it without you all!!

October 2017.  Our whole junior group attended its first seminar in Drumnadrochit!!!

A long day, and a lot of driving. A really good experience made better only by fast food on the way home.... 

September 2017.  The Junior class after passing their second grading apart from our most senior pupil who graded to her blue belt! Well done everybody!!!!!

First grading  by Kinlochbervie Kempo students  Saturday 13th May 2017

First seminar attended by members of Kinlochbervie Kempo! 

A few of our members visited a seminar held in Thurso 22-4-2017 and had the opportunity to train under a great instructor (Hanshi David Wilson 10th dan kempo ju-jutsu) at Ray Haughey's Dojo.

Hopefully this is the first of many to come. And we will be able next time to travel as a group if we can arrange transport for us all!!  Well done to Emma Georgina and Eilidh who performed really well, despite it being a LOT of training condensed into six hours!!

It is with great sadness and regret that we in the martial arts community say goodbye to Okimitsu Fujii Sensei after his recent passing away.

Fujii sensei was a great teacher, with an equally great sense of humour! he will be missed by many. And I for one feel a huge loss. Hopefully we can honour his teachings and his memory by continuing on with the lessons he has taught us...

Rest in peace Sensei,

Little Ninjas class.

Kinlochbervie high school self defence lessons 2017