By Lee Taylor
June is senior grading month and we had a great group of students from the dojo attempting the brown belt grading. For some it was their first grading, for others it was the last, as they are now training for their black belt grading. The new brown belts pushed themselves really hard and gave a solid grading performance. Well done to all, onwards to the next grading in November!
It is always special to introduce new LTK black belts into the group – this is the grading that stays with you forever. Well done to Thomas, Oliver, Joe, Louis, Shannon and Molly, you did a great job and I am honoured to have you in the team. You all have the right attitude and determination along with the technique to wear the belt with pride and motivate others to do the same!
Lee Taylor Karate
Weobley, Presteigne, Rhayader, Llanidloes
Tel: 07976 914 617
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