MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS
SENSEI - "The meaning of sensei is “one that comes before another. It is a term of honor usually used for one who teaches."
SENSEI CHRIS MULVILLE
Sensei Chris Mulville started training under Sensei Georges Dussart (5th Dan) at Canterbury Christ Church College SKC in 1994. After a short break in training, when he first started primary school teaching, he returned to Canterbury and achieved his shodan (1st dan black belt) in 2002. He instructed regularly at the club, overseeing student successes in gradings and competitions. He is a qualified Judge, but feels he isn't quite ready to retire from competition just yet.
Sensei Chris has taken the opportunity to train with many highly regarded senseis. From his early training under Sensei Enoeda, Sensei Ohta and Sensei Naylor, to more recent training under Senseis Sherry, Brennan, Poynton, Rhodes, Higgins and O'Neill.
"Karate is something that has become integral to my life. I am very proud to be a member of the KUGB. The quality of the karate is amazing."
Sensei Chris has competed at local and national level within the KUGB, achieving runner-up in Veteran Kumite in 2016, reaching the last eight in kata at the southern region championships twice, and winning bronze in the team kumite at the Essex trophy in 1997. He has also competed outside the KUGB, as a guest of a small association in the south-east, winning both the male senior kata category and senior male kumite categories.