Black belts get Greg’s approval

Cayman Associated School of Karate held a Belt Grading for its adult members last Thursday and many were successful.

At the exciting ceremony, students from the C.A.S.K. Women’s Programme, and Co-Ed Programme were thoroughly tested physically, mentally and spiritually as they tried for their new ranks.

There were equal numbers of women and men both determined to graduate to the next belt. Sensei Greg Reid (8th Dan), chief instructor, ran the graduation, while Sensei Jimi Crooks and C.A.S.K.’s other black belts observed and evaluated.

Three brown belts were also on the floor going through the motions in preparation for their possible black belt exam in December. C.A.S.K. teaches Wado style karate, which is one of four legitimate styles of karate in the world.

Located at King’s Sports Centre, C.A.S.K. runs year-round programmes for Women Only, Co-Ed Adult and Youths. Traditional karate training that is found at C.A.S.K. has many benefits to people of all ages including increased physical fitness, self-defence skills, self-confidence, reduced stress, self-discipline and Japanese language.

Sensei Greg said: “More and more people in Cayman are being exposed to these excellent benefits every week and newcomers can start at any time.”

For more information contact CASK at 925-3367

At the exciting ceremony, students from the C.A.S.K. Women’s Programme, and Co-Ed Programme were thoroughly tested physically, mentally and spiritually as they tried for their new ranks.

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