Steven Van Suetendael – Belgium

Steven Sensei started with ju-jitsu in 1986 in the Belgium Ju-Jitsu Federation (BJJF), that later was renamed into the Flemish Ju-Jitsu Federation (VJJF). For many years, he also practised Wado Ryu Karate and Judo to get a 360° experience and expertise in his preferred style of Ju-Jitsu. Steven Sensei is…

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Rob Van Hees – Belgium

Rob Sensei took up Judo at the age of 14. During his college studies in Leuven, he loved practising Judo and Wadoryu Karate. In 1997 he started to train more intensively in his current favourite style Aikijujutsu Yoseikan, but continued practising: Goju Ryu Karate and Katori Shinto Ryu. In whatever…

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Rytis Bublevičius – Lithuania

Rytis Bublevičius Sensei was born in Lithuania, on August 18, 1973. He started practicing Wushu in 1988 and soon also took on Karate and later Karate Jutsu. Rytis Sensei was also very known in the competition world, thanks to his many successes in various martial arts competitions from 2000 till…

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David Van der Schoepen – Belgium

David Van der Schoepen Sensei started Tai Jutsu in 1992 as a student of Jean Pierre van Vré Sensei. After two trips to Japan in 2005 and 2007, he obtained his black belt Tai Jutsu in 2010. In the meanwhile, David Sensei also qualified in Seishinkai Ju Jutsu under Kyoshi…

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Vladimir Martynenko – Ukraine

Sensei Vladimir Martynenko was born in Odessa – Ukraine in 1961. He began to study “Systema” in 1992 directly from the founder Alexey Kadochnikov and became a full licensed Instructor in 2007. Systema (Система, literally meaning “the system”) is a Russian martial art, originated from traditional fighting styles and the…

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Czesław Stankiewicz – Poland

Czesław Stankiewicz Sensei was born in Poland on May 20, 1965. In 1980 he took his first steps in martial arts in Shotokan karate. Twenty years later, in 2000, he started teaching Aikijujutsu under the general lead of Kyoshi Jan Janssens and Koryu Karate Jutsu Jissen Ryu under Kyoshi Hubert…

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Pekka Warling – Finland

Pekka Warling was born in Finland 1961. He started his martial arts career with judo in 1975 and got his 1st Dan in 1983. After that, he started other martial arts like: Aikido, Karate and many others. In 1994 he ‘fell in love’ with Kyushu Jutsu during a seminar of…

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Hubert Laenen – Belgium

Hubert Laenen Sensei was born in Belgium on 28/06/1959. At the age of six he started studying martial arts. Now he is 8th dan Kyoshi and European Chief Instructor from Okinawa for Koryu Karate Jutsu Jissen Ryu and Motobu Ryu Kyu Kobujutsu Moidi. His most important sensei are Shiroma Seihan…

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Jean Pierre van Vre – Belgium

Shihan Jean Pierre van Vre started  with Tai Jutsu in 1980 and after 10 years of intense practice he was capable to start his own Dojo. Due to the big successes, he soon ran 3 Dojo’s, including 3 Kickboxing schools. In the meantime he kept specializing himself in Japan on many…

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Walter Toch – Belgium

Sifu Walter Toch has been intensely active in the martial arts for over 50 years now. He works as a professional martial arts teacher and is always open for every new development. He is also a self-taught scientist and author of several articles, books and DVDs. Sifu Walter Toch is of…

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Mykhailo Tkachuk – Ukraine

Mykhailo Tkachuk Sensei holds following degrees: Shihan 6th Dan Hoku Shin Ko Ryu Ju-Jutsu Shibusho 4th Dan Koryu Karate Jissen Jutsu Shibusho 4th Dan Ryu Kyu Kobujutsu Moidi 3th Dan Kobudo Goshinkan Mykhailo Sensei was last year one of the instructors of the Special Police Forces Seminar at the GoR…

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Anatoly Oleksov – Ukraine

Anatoly Oleksov Sensei is Shibucho for Ukraine Motobu Ryu Kyu Kobujutsu Moidi Tuite and Koryu Karate Jutsu Jissen Ryu. Anatoly Sensei holds following degrees: 4th Dan Delta SWAT Police system. 4th Dan Motobu Ryu Kyu Kobujutsu Moidi Tuite. 4th Dan Koryu Karate Jutsu Jissen Ryu. 2nd Dan Aiki-jutsu. 2nd Dan…

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