Martial arts instructor achieves coveted black belt ranking

News Jun 11, 2014 Ancaster News

Dennis Alvey, owner and chief instructor at Ancaster’s 88 Dragon’s Martial Arts Academy, recently successfully tested for the 7th-degree master level black belt.

Alvey has devoted more 30 years of hard work, sweat and determination towards achieving the status.

The exam consisted of Master Alvey performing a one-hour demonstration that included traditional patterns known as katas, prearranged step sparring, self-defence practices and multiple board-breaking techniques, followed by an oral theory exam.

The grading was held in conjunction with the CANAM Taekwon-do championships in Oakville, where Alvey’s students won more thean 20 medals.

Martial arts instructor achieves coveted black belt ranking

News Jun 11, 2014 Ancaster News

Dennis Alvey, owner and chief instructor at Ancaster’s 88 Dragon’s Martial Arts Academy, recently successfully tested for the 7th-degree master level black belt.

Alvey has devoted more 30 years of hard work, sweat and determination towards achieving the status.

The exam consisted of Master Alvey performing a one-hour demonstration that included traditional patterns known as katas, prearranged step sparring, self-defence practices and multiple board-breaking techniques, followed by an oral theory exam.

The grading was held in conjunction with the CANAM Taekwon-do championships in Oakville, where Alvey’s students won more thean 20 medals.

Martial arts instructor achieves coveted black belt ranking

News Jun 11, 2014 Ancaster News

Dennis Alvey, owner and chief instructor at Ancaster’s 88 Dragon’s Martial Arts Academy, recently successfully tested for the 7th-degree master level black belt.

Alvey has devoted more 30 years of hard work, sweat and determination towards achieving the status.

The exam consisted of Master Alvey performing a one-hour demonstration that included traditional patterns known as katas, prearranged step sparring, self-defence practices and multiple board-breaking techniques, followed by an oral theory exam.

The grading was held in conjunction with the CANAM Taekwon-do championships in Oakville, where Alvey’s students won more thean 20 medals.