Kyoshi Ally Morris (5th dan)

Kyoshi Ally Morris started training when she was 13 years of age. Some of her first instructors were Sei Shihan Murray Stewart and Jun Shihan Grant Taylor.


Kyoshi Ally achieved her Shodan in 1997 and in between having two wonderful girls has continued to train consistently and obtained her 5th dan in 2015.


In 2011 Kyoshi competed for the first time in the North Island Seido National Tournament achieving a silver medal in the Women's Open Senior Sparring. In 2012 she was the North Island Tournament Open Weight Kumite Champion, 2013 retained her National Tournament Open Weight Kumite Champion, and in 2014 and 2015 was the Australian National Tournmanent Open Kumite Champion as well as the Open Hand Kata and Weapons Kata Champions for both years.


Sensei Ally takes the Green Belt evening class on Wednesday 6.30pm - 7.30pm.


Kyoshi Ally wishes for her students to be able to walk away from class feeling a sense of achievement, so provides opportunities for them to learn new skills and encourages pushing themselves.


The class is a high energy one with a focus on correct basic technique, excellent etiquette and strong spirit. Kyoshi Ally works through syllabus with the students and also on sparring techniques and combinations.


Kyoshi Ally enjoys the challenge that teaching brings and is constantly learning about her own karate through this process.