Sensei Stéphane Doré - 6th Degree Black Belt (Rokudan)

Sensei Stéphane Doré is a 6th degree (Rokudan) Black Belt in Ninja-Ryu Jiu-Jitsu under the Trident Jiu-Jitsu Fellowship.

He has over 31 years of martial arts experience, and taught in Cold Lake from 1991 -1996.

Sensei Stéphane also taught out of the Edmonton Garrison Military Fitness Centre from 1996 until 2007, while in the military.

In 1999, he was also teaching Jiu-Jitsu in Kosovo to soldiers out there with him.

He taught out of the Pix Martial Arts Centre from January 2007 to June 2009.  Sensei Doré opened his dojo in the Mission Ridge Centre in July 2009, and later on moved his dojo to the current location at the end of the lease

  • Sensei Doré studied under Sensei Dave Robitaille (Rokudan, 6th degree CNJJBBF), while stationed in Cold Lake, Alberta.
  • Sensei Dore has studied with the likes of:
  • Professor Gerry Marshall (8th degree CNJJBBF)
  • Professor Jules Ladouceur (8th degree)
  • Professor Ray Swicker (7th degree CNJJBBF, 2nd degree hapkido, Penchak silat instructor, Kali instructor)
  • Professor Michel Leblanc (6th degree CNJJBBF)
  • Professor Dave Stewart (6th degree CNJJBBF)
  • Sensei Dave Maciver (6th degree CNJJBBF)
  • Sensei Jeff Hopping (6th degree degree CNJJBBF, 3rd degree Goju-ryu karate).

As well, he has attended seminars taught by:

  • Maitre Alain Sailly 6th degree Goshindo, from France
  • Kyoshi John Therien
  • Bill Superfoot Wallace
  • Master Michael DePasquale jr. (Jiu-Jitsu)
  • Professor George Kirby, (9th degree Black belt Jiu-Jitsu)
  • Jean-Yves Theriault (The Ice man, World kick boxing champion)
  • Maestro Sylvio Behring from Rio de Janeiro (6th Dan, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu)
  • Professor Renato Tavares (4th Dan, American Top Team)
  • Bas Rutten, former UFC Champion, and Fabio Holanda, trainer of the likes of Georges St-Pierre and Patrick Coté.
  • Royler Gracie
  • Rodrigo Munduruca
  • Rodrigo Resende (trained for 2 years in Edmonton until an injury occurred)
  • Keith Owens

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