Steve Moore 5th Dan is a professional instructor in Wado Karate, holding all Dan grades registered in Japan with the Japanese Karate Federation (JKF).
Steve has twenty three years’ teaching experience and thirty five years of martial arts training.
Competition Philosophy All coaches know that you cannot achieve competition success on your own.
Success is attained from a combination of effort from parents, the athletes and coaches. A good coach serves as a catalyst to bring all of these different elements together and hopefully through hard work, determination, support and encouragement play a part in producing students who are capable of winning medals in both Kata and Kumite.
International Coaching Duties
Japanese Karate Federation Wadokai World Cup, Tokyo Japan 2005
Japanese Nationals Tokyo, Japan 2005
Federation of England Wadokai Junior European Championships England 2005
FEW European Championships England 2006
FEW European Championships Sweden 2007
FEW European Championships Romania 2008
FEW European Championships England 2014
JKF Wado-Kai World Cup, Nagoya, Japan 2015
FEW European Championships Hungary 2015
Trained for thirty five years in total. Trained for 13 years with Sensei Sakagami 8th Dan studying Wado Karate. Covering all aspects of Kihon, Kata and pair work.
Trained for 13 years studying Kobujutsu an ancient Okinawan weapons system, studying the weapons of Bo, Sai, Tonfa, Kama etc.
Steve has run the organization Kombat Federation alongside his wife Selina Moore for 23 years, providing quality martial arts tuition to over 1,400 students on a weekly basis.