Sensei Steph Has been training in Martial arts for over 8 years. Steph started kickboxing as a way to get fit and improve her confidence but in no time found her passion for martial arts and started her journey in Karate too.
Within 2 years Sensei Steph had started competing in tournaments and in her first tournament became WKC National Champion qualifying for the WKC World Championships in Portugal, Steph continued training hard improving in every aspect until later that year when she competed in and won the WKC World championship Gold medal for Ladies Continuous Sparring. However, Steph was never one to let the foot off the gas and continued training to compete the following year only this time her focus was on something that had really piqued her interest since starting karate and that was Weapons, so a year after winning her first world Gold medal Sensei Steph went on to win her second World championship Gold medal this time in Traditional weapons.
Since then, Sensei Steph has ceased competing wanting to focus on teaching, specifically on being a role model to other ladies that are anxious and feel self-conscious, this is why she has decided to launch a ladies only class, knowing how intimidating it can be for ladies to take that first step in their own martial arts journey.