newzealand Sensei Shaune Kyle

Sensei Shaune Kyle started his martial arts training in Karate as a young boy and also spent time training in Tae Kwon Do before starting Kickboxing in 2000. In 2002 he moved to London, England. This is where he was fortunate enough to meet Kyoshi Anthony Robson at his central London club where he then started Jukoshin Ryu Jiu Jitsu which is now what he dedicates his training towards. It was at this time Sensei Kyle was also introduced to WEBBS and Soke Bryan Cheek. While in London Sensei Kyle continued his mixed training in both Jiujitsu and Shotokan Karate Sensei Kyle continued to train in both system until 2006 when he then moved to London, Ontario, Canada where he continued his training, In 2007 while in Canada he achieved his Shodan (Black Belt) in Shotokan Karate under Sensei’s Pete and Reg Daypuck at Daypuck Sport Karate.. Sensei Kyle moved back to London, England in 2007 to continue his training in Jukoshin Ryu Jiu Jitsu, training again under the direction of Kyoshi Anthony Robson. Throughout his martial arts career he has attended seminars around the world where he has been fortunate enough to have been instructed and also train with some of the best martial arts practitioners around the world including Soke Bryan Cheek. Sensei Shaune Kyle gained his Shodan (Black Belt) in Jukoshin Ryu Jiu Jitsu in 2010. He moved back to New Zealand near the end of 2010 and in 2011 Sensei Shaune Kyle was appointed the role of both WEBBS Coordinator for New Zealand and Jukoshin Ryu New Zealand Representative. He still trains under the direction of Kyoshi Anthony Robson.