Seigõ-sei Shotokan Karate           

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Seigõ-sei Shotokan Karate is a club which is formed of karateka who believe first and foremost in the importance of striving to achieve the Dojo Kun at all times - in essence, our karateka focus on the learner journeys which demonstrate integrity.

 

The club has three senseis who offer our students many years of experience of practising and instructing* shotokan karate.  Please see our members page for a full list of students.

 

The club is proudly affiliated to the largest shotokan karate union in the United Kingdom; the Karate Union of Great Britain (KUGB). Our KUGB page provides more information.

 

 

Our Senseis and Students 
Sensei Fiona MacLean
1st Dan

Sensei Fiona MacLean has trained diligently as a member of the KUGB for many years,  learning her trade under Sensei Frank Brennan (8th Dan).

 

Sensei Fiona MacLean has developed her karate under the direct guidance and instruction of Sensei Jamie McGreechin (3rd Dan); attaining Shodan (1st Dan) in 2015 and further qualifying as a KUGB instructor later that year.

 

Sensei Fiona MacLean has a passion for karate and loves nothing more than passing on her skills to the youngsters in our club.  Her junior classes are fun packed but always constructive.

Noreen Haggerty
2nd Dan
Chief Instructor Sensei James McGreechin
3rd Dan

Sensei Jamie McGreechin began his karate journey in the early 2000's,  training under the instruction of Sensei Pat Mclusky (5th Dan) of "Traditional Shotokan Scotland" 


It wasn't long before Sensei moved on to his beloved KUGB... training under such Karate legends and KUGB stalwarts as Sensei Frank Brennan (8th Dan) and KUGB Chief instructor Sensei Andy Sherry (9th Dan). Sensei McGreechin's journey moved on rapidly; gaining Shodan (1st Dan) in 2009 and again achieving Nidan (2nd Dan) in 2011. 


Sensei's latest achievement of Sandan (3rd Dan) was attained in 2015.


Over the years Sensei has had many Karate highlights, representing his club on numerous occasions and his ultimate highlight was representing his country at the KUGB "Grand Slam" (home internationals).

 

It is Sensei McGreechin's mission, as Chief Instructor of Seigõ-sei Shotokan Karate, to pass on the many positive benefits and 'riches' not only to his students but Seigõ-sei instructors alike,  bringing a standard of excellence to this proud traditional shotokan karate club.

Noreen commenced her study of Shotokan karate in 2011 and achieved Shodan (1st Dan) in October 2013.

Noreen did this whilst at the same time also pursuing her personal triathlete goals.

Noreen has triumphed once more by attaining Nidan in May of this year.

The club benefits greatly from Noreen's mindfulness and her support of all club members.

Go to Member's List

*Our instructors are PVG registered.

Sensei Anne Kelly 3rd Dan

Sensei Anne Kelly first trained from 1980-1983 with the Karate Union of Scotland.


After a 20 years break in training, Sensei Anne Kelly returned to the Dojo in 2007, with the KUGB. Sensei Kelly passed her instructors exam in 2009.


Her passion for Karate, hard work and determination paid off when she achieved her goal of Shodan (1st Dan) in 2010, Nidan (2nd Dan) in 2013 and Sandan (3rd Dan) in April of this year, both under Grading Examiner Sensei Andy Sherry. 


Sensei Kelly's ambition is to pass on her experience and enthusiasm for Shotokan Karate to her students, and to help build Seigõ-sei into a club with a reputation for excellence.

Jane Stickley-Woods 1st Dan

Jane came back to study karate after a long break - a break that lasted over 20 years!

 

Jane practised diligently and achieved Shodan (1st Dan) recently - she was delighted to do so on her daughter's 30th birthday!

Jane is very proud of the fact that with Sensei McGreechin's expert instruction, insightful guidance and support she was the first to achieve Dan grade status for the Seigõ-sei Shotokan Karate Club.