Meet the team

Selina Moore
Selina Moore

Selina Moore

Grade:

2nd Kyu

Qualifications:

Association Head, Designated Safeguarding Person, SJA First Aid Qualified, Enhanced CRB Checked, NSPCC Basic Awareness in Child Protection, NSPCC EduCare Child Protection Awareness Programme

Details:

Selina Moore (Association Head) has studied Kobujutsu for many years. Kobujutsu is an ancient Okinawan weapons system. Studying the weapons of Bo, Sai, Tonfa, Kama etc.

Selina has been involved in fitness and Martial Arts for many years possibly following in the footsteps of her Father who held an interest in the Martial Art Aikido. Having also background knowledge of teaching gym instruction. Once a very keen runner, entering many 10k’s and has completed the worlds biggest half marathon the Great North Run but unfortunately many years of step classes and pounding the tarmac has proved difficult to continue running due to injury.

Apart from day to day management of Kombatkids, Selina is our Designated Safeguarding Person having attended several Child Protection and Safeguarding courses and has also attended conferences with the Dyspraxia Foundation.

Selina organises Kombatkids company courses..Instructor First Aid Courses with St.John's Ambulance Sports First Aid Certification and Instructor Child Protection Courses with UK Coaching Certification. Selina is a Registered Liaison Officer with a Disclosure and Barring Service umbrella body and provides all DBS checks on all instructors.

Selina is married to Steve Moore and they have three children Jamie, Lyle and Lana.

"At Kombatkids we are always looking to improve to be the best we can offer for our students. We hold a weekly Instructor meeting where up to date coaching methods are instructed, any issues or improvements may be suggested ensuring parents/carers can be assured their children are receiving quality tuition in a secure, safe and happy environment" Selina Moore

 

Selina (after the run!!) and running buddies Lichfield 10k 2005

Selina and running buddy Anne-Marie after finishing the Great North run in October 2006, over 700 pounds was raised for the Make - A - Wish Foundation.

 

WKF English Karate Federation