Instructors

Chief Instructor
Sensei Sean Kinsella
6th Dan Blackbelt in Wado Ryu Karate and Kickboxing

The founder of SKMA, Sensei Sean Kinsella, is a 6th Dan Blackbelt in Wado Ryu Karate. Sensei Sean created his own kickboxing programme which caters for kickboxing and K1.

Sensei Sean’s journey in the martial arts started in 1988, aged jut 7 years old. However, he would find a keen interest in Wado Ryu Karate from 1993 onwards. Sensei Sean would then go on to achieve his 1st Dan Blackbelt in June 1997, followed by his 2nd Dan in 2001, 3rd Dan in 2004 and 4th Dan in 2008. These gradings were examined by Chris Kent 7th Dan, Sensei Terry Robins 5th Dan (RIP), and Sensei Keith Collier 4th Dan.

Sensei Sean’s 4th Dan was also examined by Shihan Robert Heale Mason (Commissioner of ISKA USA), and in 2013 Sensei Sean recieved his 5th Dan, followed by his 6th Dan in 2019.
He opened his first Karate school in July 1999 on his 18th birthday and since this time has helped over 147 students achieve Black Belt and beyond.

At SKMA we teach various disciplines including Karate Weapons, Kata, Sport Karate, Kickboxing and K1. Our students have seen success on all levels and Sensei Sean has created numerous champions achieving English, British, European and World Titles in various disciplines.

Sensei Sean has also had the honour of being taught by Master Tatsou Suzuki 8th Dan, Bill Wallace (Kickboxing legend / 10th Dan), and Sensei Wayne Otto (9 times World Champion).

 

 

 

Oscar Wolff
SKMA K1 Instructor
2nd Dan/Degree Blackbelt

Born in 2003, Oscar has been training in the Martial Arts since 2008. Oscar has achieved 2nd Dan Blackbelt in Wado Ryu Karate, as well as 2nd Degree Blackbelt in SKMA Kickboxing/K1 in which he was graded by Sensei Sean Kinsella 6th Dan.

Oscar has competed in many Karate and Kickboxing Tournaments with success. As a junior he was 2x WAKO European Champion in 2 weight classes, and with well over 30 fights in Kickboxing alone, Oscar is also an undefeated Full Contact fighter. He will be competing for a Full Contact Southern Area Title in the near future.

Oscar will become an SKMA k1 Instructor for the Eastbourne Dojo from late 2022; he is eager to help everyone reach their goals.