Seminar held for gifted Essex athletes by Honiton’s 7th Dan Sensei John Cox

19:45 11 December 2012

The Honiton Wado-Kai group with Sensei John Cox (7th Dan)

The Honiton Wado-Kai group with Sensei John Cox (7th Dan)

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Recently at Honiton Wado-Kai Sensei John Cox (7th Dan) hosted a Wado Ryu Karate seminar for gifted and talented young athletes from Essex.

The group play sport to an exceptionally high standard and encompass sports ranging from tennis to football at national level.

Sensei John had been selected to deliver the seminar as he is one of the highest graded instructors in the UK and having also represented Great Britain in the world championships.

Honiton Wado-Kai has been established in Honiton for over 25-years and has classes for adults and a very successful cadet program for young people.

If you are interested in learning Wado Ryu Karate please call: 01404 45322

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