Davin Davis is a 3rd Dan Black Belt in Karate Sensei Davin began his martial art training early in life and went on to become a Champion Full Contact Karate fighter. Sensei Davin's prowess as a techician has him well placed to provide excellent tuition to clients of all ages. Sensei David is a well known figure in Australian martial arts circles, he is held in high esteem with his fellow karate-ka and respect among all who know him. Davin dedicates most of his time training others and helping them achieve higher goals and better quality of life. As a personal trainer, Sensei Davin's expertise extend to fitness and wellness including advice on weight training and nutrition.
Jamie Moore is a 9th Degree Black Belt (Grand Master) in Taekwondo GM Moore has been training dedicated and loyal students now for over 35 years. His attention to detail and concern for his students of all ages has endeared him to the public as a person of trust and integrity. GM Moore has travelled the globe to enrich his skills and is recognised at the highest level by his peers and international senior figures in the art of Taekwondo.
Paul Starling is an 8th Dan in Goju Ryu Karate. Hanshi Paul Starling is an icon of the Australian martial arts scene. Known for his physical abilities in the Goju Ryu Karate system, Hanshi Paul is ultimately respected for his good leadership during the growth period of Australian martial arts. Paul was the first Australian karateka to compete in a Karate World Championships and remain undefeated when in 1970 at the first Karate World Championships his team came up against undisputed favorites Japan at the inaugural event held in Tokyo Japan. Paul Starling was also the first graduate (1973) of Gogen Yamaguchi's Japan Karate do College, and the only Caucasian and Australian to graduate as a Shihan (Master). He commenced training as a teenager in 1963 at the first Dojo (karate school) of Goju Kai established in Australia at that time, with the founder of Goju Kai in Australia; Merv Oakley Sensei. During this period in Australian Karate do history there were few qualified Instructors in the country, and of those only a handful were proficient or graded legitimately to Instructor level. In 1983 Paul Starling was chosen from Australia's top karate-do athletes to portray the Karate Instructor in this classic Australian movie 'The Coolangatta Gold, by producer John Weiley; director Igor Auzins and writer Peter Schreck, whereby Starling was noted by the reviewers of respected American Variety (magazine) as having played a most commendable and convincing role. Many international, Australian national, and state karate champions have come from the dojo of Paul Starling. Many of his students have gone on to become internationally recognised instructors in their own right.
Sam Greco is a Black Belt in Kyokushin karate and experience MMA fighter and coach. Sam Greco is internationally famous as one of the key fighters in the illustrious K1 martial arts tournaments held around the globe and culminating in the Grand Prix final in Japan. Greco recently retired from tournament fighting, but is still revered in Japan by fight fans and recognized throughout the martial arts community around the world. Sam is a dedicated coach to a hand full of privileged fighters, dedicating his services to quality training with the view of gaining titles for fighters on the world stage. Sam Greco is also in demand as a professional speaker, motivating all groups from business groups to youth and sports people. Sam is a fine example of what hard work and dedication to a cause can bring. Sam was born on May 3rd 1967 and had a keen interest in sports from a young age, especially soccer which was the football game of choice amongst the European community in Australia. Sam trained in Kyokushin karate (renowned for its tough training regime and full contact sparring routines) and soon amassed numerous title wins and became a very popular competitor in Australia, along with fellow Melbourne based heavyweight fighter Stan Longinidis culminating with the two of them meeting in "The Crowning" at Crown Casino in Melbourne. "Slam 'Em" Sam competed in the K-1 competition for over a decade with a reputation as a fiercely competitive fighter with Sam notching up numerous wins over many international opponents.
The name of Damien Chauremootoo is engraved on a commemorative plaque in the province of Henan, China. Erected on the occasion of the great return of Wing Chun to the Shaolin Temple. This sculpture also includes the names of Robert Downey Jr. and William Cheung, Grand Master of the traditional Wing Chun and direct disciple of the legendary Ip Man. It was under the tutelage of Grand Master William Cheung that Damien Chauremootoo perfected his mastery of Wing Chun Kung-Fu and became an instructor. Damien Chauremootoo, a native of the Republic of Mauritius, a small island in the Indian Ocean, was a student of Sensei Alain Uppiah, Sensei Kooram Venkamah and Judex Jeannot, who passed on to him the knowledge of karate, aikido and kick boxing. At age nine Damien's passion for martial arts became infectious as he began watching films of the great Bruce Lee, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Steven Seagal, which his father gifted him. Since then, he has continued to cultivate this passion and dedication ingrained in him. Damien Chauremootoo worked as an Operations Manager and Chief Instructor at the headquarters of the Global Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Association in Melbourne, Australia. Sifu Damien demonstrates great initiative and passes timeless lessons learned over his years to many followers and students around the world. Within the academy, Damien, along with other masters, including the great Grand Master William Cheung, trains around five hundred people per week. These including doctors, police officers, security guards, school groups and young children. Damien's career to date has been perfectly balanced with extraordinary skill, discipline and dedication. As well as friendships formed Damien has countless business affiliations with practitioners from various disciplines, including Shihan Hiroo Mochizuki, Master Joe Sayah, Master Eric Oram, Scott Adkins, Jean Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, Michael Jai White and many more. As an international lecturer, Damien Chauremootoo for fills his passion to share his knowledge with martial artists and civilians to help to perfect their skill and awareness on a global stage. One of Damien's great loves is to encourage people to realize their dreams and arm them with the skill and belief to accomplish them.
Dean Roylance is an Elite Boxing Coach Dean Roylance knows what it takes to be a champion! As a former Australian Heavyweight boxing Champion Dean has experienced first-hand the highs and lows of the boxing world and life in general, but as a fighter has come out on top, and is ready to share his experiences with others to help as many people as possible through the art of boxing. After all boxing provides the resilience and fighting spirit needed to help our kids overcome life’s biggest challenges. Dean dedication to helping youth makes him a stand-out coach in his field. Dean has a philosophy that life’s biggest battles are fought outside the ring, but it’s the ring that helps prepare our youth for the battles ahead, he wants to bring out the inner fighter within all of us.