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The course is FREE to all Junior and Adult ESKA members.

9:30am – 10:15am Sensei Asuka Sasa

10:15am – 11:00am Sensei Ayano Takaki

11:15am – 12:15pm Sensei Aidan Trimble

 

Sensei Asuka Sasa – JTKA 

All Japan Business Group  Karate Championships – KUMITE 3rd place 

International Shotokan World Karate Championships – KUMITE champion 

 

Sensei Ayano Takaki – JTKA 

Gichin Funakoshi Cup World  Karate Championships  – KATA champion 

Asia Oceania Karate Championships – KATA champion 

Prime Minister’s Cup National Karate Championships  – KATA champion- 5 consecutive victories 

 

Sensei Aidan Trimble 8th Dan
 

Sensei Trimble began training in the martial arts in 1972, achieved Black belt 1st Dan in 1977 and is currently an 8th Dan. A member of the British Karate team from 1978 to 1994 he was four times British champion, four times European Team Champion, and in 1983 he won the Individual World Championships title in Tokyo, Japan. He became a professional instructor in 1984 and in that time has coached throughout Great Britain, Ireland, Europe, Scandinavia, United States, South Africa and Japan. Following his highly successful competition career Aidan worked in sports development. Worked as a professional bodyguard and also worked as an Actor securing many roles on TV but it is his work as an instructor that he has really excelled. In 1986 he formed The Federation of Shotokan Karate.

As Chairman and Chief Instructor he has developed clubs both nationally and internationally. A member of the Writer’s guild of Great Britain Aidan has written eight books and produced a series of DVD’s on the martial arts with worldwide sales, the books having been translated into several languages. He has also written articles for several martial arts magazines. He has received awards for his contribution to the development of Karate and sport from American, Norwegian, Italian, South African, Iranian, and Japanese sporting Governing Bodies. Aidan now runs one of the most prestigious Karate centres in the Country and has produced many International competitors both junior and senior.