Jun Shihan George McFarlane
6th dan,(Rukudan) chief Instructor, Mandeville
Jun shihan = Junior Master
As one of the most respected fighters to have ever graced the Jamaican tournament
scene. Jun Shihan George totally dominated the fighting arena in Jamaica in the late 80s and early 90s (retiring the grand
championship trophy after winning it for a third time) while continuing Mandeville's proud history in kata competition winning
it 5 times.
He has changed the way kumite is perceived in Jamaica, from a throw and hope it scores technique, to a
science. While integrating philosophies from other disciplines and styles such as boxing into his repertory.
been an integral figure, mentor and coach to his son Senpai Bruce, who continues his father's proud legacy locally as well
as internationally, while competing for Seido Jamaica and as a member of the Jamaican combined martial arts team.
Shihan George was the Seido benefit tournament heavyweight silver medallist in New York in 1996
3 time Jamaica open
grand champion. 5 time kata champion
with over 35 years experience in the martial arts.
A yoga and Reiki master,
he has continued his single-minded focus to physical and mental health and well being, and has graciously allowed his students
along for the ride.
Kyoshi Ronald Lyn
5th dan,(godan) assistant instructor Mandeville
Assistant instructor Mandeville Seido.
Dominated kata, weapons and breaking for
5 years (1988 to 1993) on the Jamaican tournament scene, and has continued to push for the continued growth of Karate in Mandeville
4 time kata champion
3 time weapons champion
2 time breaking champion
sogo (overall) champion
1993 Seido Jamaica open
Cayman weapons champion (hard styles) 92 and 93
Cayman kata (hard styles) champion 92 and
Kyoshi Debbie Lyn
5th dan(godan) Assistant Instructor, Mandeville
Kyoshi Debbie, An integral part of the Seido Mandeville family, the epitome of selfless sacrifice and strong spirit.
One of the most senior female dan ranks in the local martial arts community. She continues to be one of the perennial
stalwarts of the Mandeville dojo.
Senpai Bruce McFarlane
The next generation of excellence from our small dojo in Mandeville.
It can't have been easy growing up in
the dojo, but with the help of his father Jun Shihan George, he has turned into a strong adult kumite competitor of world
Was successful in 2007 in acquiring his sandan (third degree black belt) and continues to be an
integral part of world wide Seido and Jamaica's combined martial arts team.
Started training at age 4 years old
black belt at 9 years old
He is the youngest ever heavy weight black belt champion at the Seido Jamaica open, at 15
years old in 1995
1996 &1997 heavyweight champion Seido Jamaica.
1996 Tae kwon do open heavyweight champion.
1997 Zen do kai kan Open heavyweight champion.
1998 to 2000 Seido Jamaica Grand champion
2001 Seido south Africa Grand champion
2002 Seido U.K. grand Champion
2004 U.S. Open heavyweight champion
2007 Seido Japan Grand champion
2008 seido Jamaica Heavyweight champion
Member combined national martial arts team
Senpai Olive Minnot
Senpai Carlington Johnson
Senpai Valerie Beumont
Senpai Donald Chang
Senpai Nekesha Walker
Senpai Raquel Goodwill
Shodan junior class assistant instructor
Senpai Ryan Battick
Senpai Stefan Morgan
Senpai David Mullings
Senpai Micheal Bell