David Dunne started his training with Canton Martial Arts in Herne Bay, Kent, in May 2005. David did lots of previous Martial Arts over many years before joining us at Canton, his wealth of knowledge, and Martial Arts skill shows this.
David, Doshi, is currenlty a San Dan - Third Dan within the Canton Karate system. He graded to his First Dan in November 2008, and his Third Dan June 2016.
David was the Senior Instructor for the Herne Bay Dojos, and has helped oversee the training and syllabus criteria throughout Kent for many years.
Currently David teaches the Monday evening in Canterbury at the St Stephens Junior School. He also oversees the running of the Black Belt class in the Kent area.
David has produced Black Belts through his classes, knows the indepth analysis of most techniques, and above all puts everything he has into each class.
He is a valued member of Canton Martial Arts, he has shown tremendous loyalty and dedication to the Martial Arts and to Team Canton over the years.
He is an excellent role model, he still competes, trains at home reguarly, and is constanly after new information.
Training with David will be an excellent experience no matter what level you are at with your training.
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NEW Kent/Ashford Dojo!
The greatest Martial Arts club on the planet has just added ANOTHER location to the Ashford dojo!
Godinton Primary school will host classes each and every Monday from the 9th October so make sure you tell all your friends about this new venue!
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NOW is the time to ensure you are fully focused and comitted to being your very best. Ensure you attend all available classes, as well as training/practising at home.
Remember, to BE a Black Belt, you have to TRAIN like one!