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Students learn at seminar

PUBLISHED: 08:53 21 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:40 03 July 2010

The O Yama Ryu Goshin Jitsu Martial Arts Club seminar squad.

The O Yama Ryu Goshin Jitsu Martial Arts Club seminar squad.

The O-Yama-Ryu Goshin Jitsu Martial Arts Club, held its annual three Senseis training seminar.

This year it was staged at the Lichfield Community Centre opposite the Edward Worlledge School, Great Yarmouth.

The O-Yama-Ryu Goshin Jitsu Martial Arts Club, held its annual three Senseis training seminar.

This year it was staged at the Lichfield Community Centre opposite the Edward Worlledge School, Great Yarmouth.

It was again presented by the three Senseis from the O-Yama-Ryu's sister clubs, Trevor Garwood 4th Dan (Ipswich All Styles MA Club), Robert Brown 4th Dan (Bradwell All Styles) and Oliver Garwood 4th Dan (Ko Yama Ryu).

The event's host, Shihan Kevin Garwood, welcomed the three Senseis and all the students from the other clubs and hoped that all who took part in the training enjoyed trying something different from the style that they normally train in.

Before the seminar started, Shihan Kevin Garwood presented Trevor Garwood with his new title of Renshi, in honour of his many years of service to martial arts.

The title of Renshi means “polished expert” or “senior instructor.”

The Goshin Jitsu Style is a combination style of self defence techniques which combines elements of Jui jitsu, Judo, Aikido, and some elements of Karate and groundwork techniques similar to some wrestling styles like Brazilian Jui Jitsu and Russian Sombo.

Anyone who is interested in finding out more about the classes for both adults and children, and any of the training venues, and the extra open training days can contact Shihan Kevin Garwood on Great Yarmouth 656538 for more details.

Or log on to the club's website www. oyamaryu.com


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