Dear Lee and Raj
thank you for helping me through my gradings and training. Thanks for keeping me intrested after I was contemplaiting on leaving martial arts at the start of the year. That was until I found Shentie Mixed Martial Arts. Shentie has made me feel much more confident.
Lots of thanks Amrhik Sahota
Hi, This is Hana and Humaira (brown belt)
We would like to thank the instructors for encouraging us to go further with the belts and like you say Thank you, Thanks again! BYE!!!!
Hana (10) and Humaira (11)
Congratulations to Aaryan Phian being presented with his runner up to 'Jnr Student of the Year Award'
Yellow, Orange, Red and Green,
I've won these belts as I was keen.
Purple was next, followed by blue,
To earn these belts I had to pursue.
Brown was the last belt I had won
Being so young, my instructor had said "Well done"
Now I am going for my brown and white,
Training was needed and so I was ready to fight.
I am going to keep trying and keep coming back
Until I get the one and only 'BLACK'.
I have learnt to do at kick boxing
Axe kick Half step fore fist strike
Front kick Reverse punch
Back kick Upper cut
Side Kick Left punch
Roundhouse Kick Right punch
I think kick boxing is good for your muscles, good exercise and good fun. Harvey Thompson age 10
I would like to thank all of the instructors for helping me boost my confidence and for all the time they used up for teaching Martial Arts and helping get the rough patches in my life. I have made a lot of friends and Martial Arts and I just want to say thank-you. Hareeka - Age 14
Harry testing his Shentie skills in Thailand with a champion Thai boxer at the famous Fairtex gym
The City of Westminster has awarded Shentie the
'Active Westminster Mark'
for commitment to providing a quality sports and leisure service.
Id like to say a MASSIVE thank you to ALL the instructors for helping me get this far as I am now a Junior Black Belt!! Its all thanks to you that I am where I am today, without your encouragement I didn't think I would get this far. As you said, my journey has only just begun... It will be the most joyful and longest journey I will ever take.
Thank you :) xxHumaira x..
Bobby was the first student to guess that the
little person in the Kung Fu t-shirt was our Master Lee aged 3 years old.
Bobby received one of our draw string Shentie bags.
Well Done Bobby Cooper
Shentie student Samuel Scott saw this picture in a magazine and was surprised to see that even bears do their Shentie exercises
Well done to Hannah Smith who completed a 6 mile charity walk round
Finsbury Park for Dog Trust
All instructors, I just wanted to pass on to all you that have taught me at some stage since I started at age 4. In the beginning it was just Lee, Dilip and Daniel as instructors and now we have so many experienced instructors with many different styles. You don't have such variety and experience that often. I have learnt so much, achieved so much and yes there were some not so good days and with thanks to you I got up and tried again.
To all those that are just starting or have been students a whilst now...keep going and do not give up.from Kalan [age 12
Kalan Malhotra proudly receiving his Jnr. Black belt & certificate. Well done Kalan
Some of the students from our Maida Vale, London class showing off their belts and certificates
Reuben Sanger receiving his Jnr Black Belt from Master Lee
Some of our students got a shock to find when arriving at class that the Grim Reaper, Dracula and their friend were taking the class (aka our Instructors Darryl, Jez and Justine)
Shentie helped the delivery of a large number of stethoscopes to a children’s hospital in Africa
Some of the Instructors brushing up on their MMA skills in the cage
Thank you from
Harry Singh Steele
Harry would Like to thank all the instructors for helping him become more confident with Shentie, especially Raj and Lee. He worked so hard for his grading and he also gave alot of support to help his mum with her Grading. We are very proud of him.
Frankie Murphy in China Town celebrating Chinese New Year
A proud James Parker and Grand Master J R Dutton(10th Duan)
Jushen Sanger receiving his Jnr Black Belt from Master Lee
Proud Bobby Cooper being presented with the 'Best Fighter ' of the Tournament award
Izaak Yeoman celebrating his 6th birthday with a rather slippery character
Iéna Marais Fee
Sahib Mhajan completed the race for life UK cancer run 5Km , 1 hour 4 mins and 22 seconds at Richmond park.
Oscar Weightman won the European tennis championship representing the UK.
He has also won a full tennis scholarship to Reeds school this September.
WELL DONE, OSCAR!
Harry Singh Steele, Junior Black Belt and Master Lee
CONGRATULATIONS to one of our students, Piers Cramp.
He became British kata champion at WMO competition in Rugby. Aged just 12 years old, this is an amazing achievement and we are incredibly proud of him. He is testament that hard work pays off!!
Congratulations to Anaya Thohan on getting her second badge and certificate in Gymnastics!
Tanya Dempster and her school mascot training with all her friends at the Sunbury Friday class
Hannah Mercer did a sponsored Katathon last year and raised £600 from Shentie students and parents for Ryan here.
He has multiple problems, half of his brain is missing, severe learning lifficulties and cannot walk. Contributions went towards his new trike which cost £3000.
A special mention to Carol de la Perrelle who made an incredibly generous donation of 1/12th of the total Hannah raised, thank you!
Thank you to everyone who donated and helped Ryan and his family, it is hugely appreciated.
Shentie Fun Video
Huge congratulations to 3 of our students who competed at the World Martial Arts Organisation, European Championships in Rugby on 6th June
Piers Cramp WMO European Individual Kata Champion
Hannah Mercer WMO European Individual Kata Champion and Team Kata Champion.
Joshua Han WMO European Team Kata Champion and Individual Silver Medalist.
All 3 have qualified for the World Championships being held in Spain in October
Well done to all 3
Due to the excellent effort that Poppy Gregory-Wren has put into her Shentie training she took home with her our Shentie Bear and decided to create a poster of Shentie Bear doing his Shentie moves.
Some of our students and Instructors who attended the Bo Staff Event
Parents of children who attend classes are now able to train for free at Heston classes.
Kalan Malhotra receiving his 'Student of the Year'
Rijul Das and his 'Fighter of the Day' trophy award
I am writing to thank you again for the award I received.
Just a huge thank you to you and all of the other instructors for the work you have all dedicated to the development of all students in the club.
I honestly feel like the elite classes have taught me how to aspire to be better than you could imagine yourself to be. I know there is still much work to be put in.
I really didn’t expect me to get this at all, and I know that it is especially difficult for myself to receive one, which is understandable, but the fact that I have illustrates that hard work and dedication does pay off!!
Thank you again!
Piers Cramp receiving a Jack Petchey award from Twickenham MP Tanya Mathias – See 'NEWS' page
Simona Lali proudly displaying her Gold star awarded to her for being 'Student of the Month'
Anisha Nareydoo presenting her Gold star awarded by Master Lee
Congratulation to Mohammed Salih who won the world Kata championship in Germany
Sami Abbas taking time to practise his Shentie skills on the Valencia beach in Spain
Hannah's drawing of Master Lee fighting a Dragon
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After having previously won the British and European titles, we are thrilled to announce that Piers Cramp has today won the WMO World Kata Championships in Spain.
Also congratulations to Hannah Mercer who qualified in 3rd place at the WMO Karate championships in Bulgaria
I am sure you will all join us in congratulating both Hannah & Piers with this amazing achievement
A strange student joined the class on Halloween !!!!!
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Congratulations to Piers Cramp for coming 2nd in the 13 to 17 year old Brown & Black Belt Kata division in the G Force Open competition in Rugby
More information will be aded to the 'NEWS' page nearer the time
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