Yudansha

 

The Japanese word 'yudansha' is the term given to a group of people that have attained a certain level i.e. 1st DAN Black Belt and above. The English translation of Yudansha is derived as follows:

 

Yu - meaning "have"

Dan - meaning "grade"

Sha - meaning a group of people

 

The following people have either attained this status as a result of training with C.E.K. or at other clubs.

 

Instructors

David Ewing

Chris Ewing

Steph Rodden

6th Dan

5th Dan

2nd Dan

Karateka

Adriano Rossi

Greg Anderson

Courtney Szabo

4th Dan

2nd Dan

2nd Dan

Olivia Hand

Rebecca Craig

Morgan Cunningham

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Claire Logan

Katie Blain

Connor Bell

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Barry Douglas

Rose Thomson

Rachel Scotland

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Lucy Jardine

Murray Ritchie

Jessica Ramsay

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Aaron Jardine

Rachel Bunce

Kyle Thomson

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Struan Ritchie

William Leslie

Cara Murie

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Caitlyn Lonie

Kerr Dobson

Brodie Mackay

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Al Lonie

Erin McLeod

Eilidh Ritchie

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Conan Murie

Kori Fital

Neve Ewing

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Lucy Cain

Cameron Duff

Lucy Hunter

2nd Dan

2nd Dan

1st Dan

Alan Rowan

Leon Jack

Reggie Foreman

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Michael Lonie

Ben Laidlaw

Aaron Peat

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Scott McLeod

Joanne McLeod

Calum Robb

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Joshua Bath

Cameron Gordon

Daniel Lyons

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Lauren Mills

Niamh McGregor

Orla McDonald

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Harris Macintosh

Joe Gallagher

Benjamin Packwood

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

Claire Conkey

Ben McCabe

Ryan Thinn

1st Dan

1st Dan

1st Dan

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