Instructors / Guest Coach

   Dojo- Head Instructor
   Sensei Yoshi Uemura

            3rd Dan
            
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Sensei John Guljas
          6th Dan
     (Guest Coach)

      

Sensei Yoshi Uemura has been involved in judo for over 22 years from Japan to Australia, he has travelled all around the world perfecting his judo with the most respected Japanese and Australian judoka's.

Sensei Yoshi is a multiple state and national judo champion and a accredited black belt with the Australian Judo Alliance and the International Budo Federation. Sensei Yoshi is also the original founding owner of Seishinkan Judo Australia Dojo.

Sensei John has been involved with judo and other martial arts for over 42 years, he is a multiple state and national judo champion and an international contender.

He has travelled all over Japan studying the art of judo and he is Japanese recognised under sensei Koji Komuro from the Kodokan lnstitute of Judo  Japan, and also from the International Budo Federation.

Sensei John is an accredited black belt with the IJF, JFA, AJU, AKJA, IBF and was former president of the AJA the (Australian Judo Alliance) ,

and now volunteered as the Oceania Branch Director for the International Budo Federation Judo.

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Senpai Tomoyoshi Kodama
                 1st Dan
 

Senpai Tomo has been involved with Judo since he was in highschool in Shizuoka, Japan. He has also accomplished many national body building competitions and a former Mr. Australia and Japan. He has been with SJA for over 8 years now and is a great asset with a wealth of Judo knowledge, and  especially for those who are into strength and body conditioning. He holds grades from the Kodokan Japan and the International Budo Federation.

Senpai Alan Matic
         2nd Dan
 

Senpai Alan Matic has been involved with martial arts for over 10 years now, and has found his home at Seishinkan Dojo

 for over 8 years. He has consistently travelled to Japan for judo and has a well rounded knowledge in Kodokan judo.