Sensei Sheena Amin
Kaishi Karate School is a member of Karate England, and as such, Instructor Sensei Sheena Amin 3rd Dan Black Belt, has been taught and trained under top Western and Japanese Masters when they have visited England as well as when she has travelled to Japan. Her aim is to encourage your child or you as an adult to enjoy the classes and develop your karate skills.
In safe hands
Kaishi Karate School has been awarded the kitemark for safeguarding in Martial Arts by Sport England.
Sheena and her teaching staff are DBS checked, First Aid trained and safe guarding trained. Sheena also has Coaching Children certificates, Covid safe martial arts instructors certification and also ‘Prevent’ training. Sheena has also been a social worker for many years, although is now a full time karate teacher, and has practiced for thirty years in children and families teams, disabilities and in Fostering and Adoption departments.
The School has public liability insurance and senior instructors also have Instructors insurance, are all DBS checked, completed first aid training, safe guarding and Prevent training as well as completing a Self disqualification declaration for working with under 8 year olds, as applicable.
Kaishi Karate School has been established in Edgware and associated areas for eleven years. Formerly Sensei Sheena taught under the name of White Crane Karate School. However, having completed her training to attain third dan black belt level, now has a school of her own naming.
Kaishi has different meanings dependent upon the kanji lettering used. Two of these meanings are how Sensei Sheena thinks of her school. Firstly, kaishi means beginning or start. Secondly it also means ‘thinking of others by way of using our heart’. Sensei Sheena’s aim is to enable all students to benefit from learning karate in a well-rounded way; physically and emotionally.
The Torii gate symbol depicts our journey as we move forward in our understanding of karate.