Redlands Martial Arts Academy

Redlands Martial Arts Academy
Redlands Martial Arts Academy
Entertainment-CLEVELAND, QLD
Entertainment-Cleveland, QLD
Redlands Martail Arts was established to encourage children and adults to learn traditional martial arts and the clubs main objective is to enable and educate the importance of fitness, resp..
Unit 14 / 57-63 Shore St, Cleveland, Qld, 4163.
Unit 14 / 57-63 Shore St, Cleveland, Qld, 4163.
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Redlands Martail Arts was established to encourage children and adults to learn traditional martial arts and the clubs main objective is to enable and educate the importance of fitness, respect, self discipline, awareness and confidence while enjoying the benefits of participating in a healthy and active lifestyle
Prior to 2000 Shihan Shane was teaching in the Redlands from 1994 under the name of his instructors, Te-Ashi Kai-Shin and Combined Martial Arts. Shihan Shane has been training in martial arts since 1984, he achieved his black belt in 1988 and has been teaching martial arts from that time.

Shihan Shane obtained his Sho Dan in 1989, his Ni Dan in 1995, his San Dan in 2001, Yon Dan in 2005 and Go Dan in 2010 all under Kyoshi Michael Ireland. Shihan Shane has graded eleven students to black belt in his school since its inception, Tony Short (Sho Dan), Karen Stone (Ni Dan), Mark Stone (Ni Dan), Steven Taylor (Ni Dan), Jessica Govan (Sho Dan Ho), Craig Govan (Sho Dan Ho), Kyle Westerberg (Sho Dan), James Crowther (Sho Dan), Shannon French (Sho Dan), Craig Knott (Sho Dan Ho) and Ashley Densmore (Sho Dan Ho).

In 2005 Sempai (now Sensei) Karen Stone won three of the clubs eight national titles and the NAS Champion of Champions title!

Image of Karen Stone with champion of champions belt and trophy
2006

April - RMAA had a great start to a very productive year on the International Tournament Scene bringing home 9 World Cup Titles, including, 4 Koshiki, 2 Points Sparring and 3 Kata Titles at the ISKA - International Sport Karate Association - World Cup on the Gold Coast.

May - Canada - Koshiki World Titles - Saw Sempai Karen Stone, Kyle Westerberg, Jessica Govan and Sean Henderson all competed exceptionally well to bring home 11 placings between them including, 7 firsts. Jessica's performance placed her as the most successful competitor on the day with no other competitor achieving three world titles.

June - The Govan girls, Jessica and Jenae went on to bring home 2 Points Sparring Titles at the WASO - World All Styles Organisation World Championships.
Osaka Japan - Well what a fantastic country Japan was to visit. The team saw some amazing things and had some great experiences they will always remember. The team came away with 7 placings which was a fantastic result.

Gabe Soner who in the largest division of the tournament with over 40 competitors fought very hard right to the end and was narrowly beaten in the final to come home with a well deserved 2nd placing.

New Zealand - An awesome trip was had by all and by far, this was the biggest group RMAA has taken away anywhere. Fifty people with over thirty of these competitiors had a great time seeing the sights and doing extreme sports such as bungee and jet boating.

A fantastic effort was put in by the team with Shihan Shane Degney placing first in his Kata and Weapons divisions.

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