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Message Number: 73 - Monday, May 21, 2018 13:29:13 GB
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Name:  Willie Phimister
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Hello to all instructors and students in this great organisation, I Hope you are all well. Although it has been many years since I last trained with you, I still think about the great summer camps we had in various locations.
Guernsay being my favourite, as that is where you graded me to 4th Dan,over 20 years ago.
Butch, Sensei, you are still a very great influence on my thoughts of how Karate should be taught, along with Calvin and Stoney, I learned a lot about Sankukai from you 3 instructors, as you know I was from Shotokan background, and have incorporated many of the techniques from your teaching into my own training. it has been too long since I last met you all, Best wishes and continuing success with all you do.
Willie Phimister, From Glasgow.


Message Number: 72 - Monday, February 19, 2018 23:01:29 GB
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Name:  Alan Hunt
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Hello everyone
It really is a joy to see Sankukai Karate thriving here in the UK having been the original introducer with Sensei Nanbu. I remember so many great times with Butch and the lads. Blessings to all concerned and I wish you all continued great success. Alan H.


Message Number: 71 - Saturday, August 19, 2017 08:00:28 GB
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Name:  body grain
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Message Number: 69 - Wednesday, November 28, 2012 22:09:46 GB
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Name:  willie phimister
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Hi Calvin, took your advice and looked at website,very professional and informative, brings back a lot of good memories , seeing all the old(er)faces, good to see that your association is doing well, and sticking together.the association is in very good hands with the calibre of instructors you have. i would like to meet up with you the next time you are doing a course in Glasgow,and could bring some students to sample the excellent instruction/ training that you will be giving out. as always ,my very best regards to you and the rest of the instructors and students.
Willie Phimister.




Message Number: 68 - Friday, November 9, 2012 10:10:33 GB
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Name:  Calvin Collins
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Hi Willie. Great to hear from you. That Guernsey course was a good few years back! If you want to see what we've been up to more recentley, have a look at the association website at www.karatesankukai.co.uk It's also on the links page here on John's site.


Message Number: 67 - Thursday, November 1, 2012 17:16:57 GB
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Name:  willie phimister
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Been a long time since i trained with you guys, Guernsey ,i think , when Butch, Calvin and the Guernsey club held the summer camp, I passed my 4th dan that week , just came across your web page. hope you are all doing well.like Calvin and Stoney, i still consider Butch to be my instructor , even although it has been many years since we last trained. Utmost respect for him and the rest of the instructors and students . Butch Sensei is still the only person that i have seen who can be both very gentle when training youngsters , and very formidble when facing him in freestyle. glad i was not one of his "clients" in his working days.All the very best wishes to you all, Willie Phimister. Glasgow , scotland


Message Number: 66 - Wednesday, October 24, 2012 18:08:30 GB
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Name:  Jen
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Message Number: 65 - Monday, August 6, 2012 20:36:25 GB
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Name:  Paul Little
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My first Karate lessons were in Sankukai style way way back in 1985/6 in Wokingham (UK).
It's a lovely versatile style and I particularly enjoyed the Judo/Aikido elements. I do wish could have taken it to a higher level of proficiency but alas I moved away. It seems a hard style to find these days... ?


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