Seishin, literally means 'Spirit' a necessity required in
training Shotokan karate.
With regular training at the
Seishin dojo, you will become more confident, have better concentration, flexibility and strength - all things required
for 'spirit'. Karate training has also been proven to enhance children’s concentration and discipline, which has been
seen to have a direct effect
on school work.
Seishin has an open door policy welcoming any students
who wish to participate in any of it's classes no matter
what their fitness levels, social background or ablement.
With a flexiblepayment process, a monthly direct debit is
available please contact us for more details
Chief Instructor Antony Steventon began training in 1988
at a local club 'The Mount'. He Achieved shodan at the
age of 11 and returned from a short break in training to
Walsall Shotokan club and picked up where he left off.
He graded up to 4th Dan, under Sensei Asano
and competes regularly and train's with various people across the country.
He is now studying Shotokan Karate at a deeper level under
the guidance of Sensei Dave Hazard 7th Dan.
Antony Steventon Shotokan History
Grade: 4th Dan
Started Training: 1988
SCUKO Individual Kata Champion
2 Times Team Kumite Champion SKIGB Nationals
3 Times Team Kumite Champion Shiro Asano Nationals
SKI European silver medalist Team Kumite
JKS Kumite Individual Finalist