Kyoshi Ally Morris (5th dan)

Kyoshi Ally Morris started her training at Shibu in 1985.  Kyoshi Ally achieved her Shodan in 1997 and in between having two wonderful girls has continued to train consistently and obtained her Go-Dan in 2015.


Kyoshi Ally has competed in tournaments every year since 2011.  Competing in the Open weight Kumite, Open hand Kata and weapons Kata. She has won these divisions in the North Island Tournament, NZ National Tournament and also the Australasian tournament over the years.


In 2017, Kyoshi Ally along with the Shibu Tournament team travelled to Japan.  She went along in coaching capacity, but also got to train in Japan with Kaicho and many of the other Seido students from around the world.


Kyoshi Ally wishes for her students to be able to walk away from class feeling a sense of achievement so she 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.


Kyoshi Ally takes the yellow belt and above class on Wednesday 6.30pm - 7.30pm.