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Feedback from the KWU SENSHI Camp was overwhelmingly positive (video)

Step into the heartwarming feedback from the KWU SENSHI Camp. This extraordinary gathering of martial arts enthusiasts transcends mere training sessions, creating an immersive experience that leaves an indelible mark on every participant.

Dear SENSHI team,

I would like to say a massive thank you for this amazing opportunity you have given me. I thoroughly enjoyed every second of being at SENSHI camp. Thank you to instructors and legends for passing the knowledge to us. I will definitely spread the word in the UK about Senshi, and I hope to be back again in the near future.

Kind Regards


Thank you for this unique experience. It was something unique, with an exceptional organization. I hope to have this opportunity again. And maybe someday I could fight in your event. Many thanks!


First of all, I would like to express our gratitude for the great opportunity given to us to attend your prestigious event. As always, the training and the gala night were top-level. Unfortunately, on Sunday, the last day, we had to leave very early, given the snowstorm. We had to drive from Varna to Bucharest to catch our flights and therefore had to miss the last training session. As a matter of fact, half of the roads were closed with snow, and we arrived in Bucharest at 9 pm instead of 2 pm.

Apologies for any inconvenience. We do not miss training sessions, so I thought an explanation was in order.


Good morning!
We left the hotel at 9 o’clock.
I want to thank you once again for your kindness and the TOP conditions you offer!
I am also waiting for you in Romania when I will organize my event to treat you the same way 🙏❤️
Or maybe next year we will organize a SENSHI in my city.


Watch also the video from our friends from the Stuttgart Allstars team, who are traveling to SENSHI 19 in Bulgaria with Lukas Achterberg. While coach Serdar Karaca and his athlete Lukas Achterberg prepare for the competition, the team is focusing on training camp. 

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