Ms Louise Reeve IV Degree
Ms Louise Reeve started training in Taekwondo in 1994 with Master John Black in Exeter after suffering a hand injury that prevented her from pursuing a place on the British Olympic Archery Team. This was also the year she qualified as RGN and RSCN.
She was a very competitive students and In 1996 she won gold medals at the English, Southern, Northern, Scottish and Welsh Championships finishing with Golds at the European in Eindhoven.
Ms Reeve was also a member of the QUARANC reserve forces and was promoted to Captain of the 243 (The Wessex) Field Hospital (v) the same year.
She moved to Bristol to work at the BCH and moved TKD schools to continue her training with Master Ray Gayle.
She was one of the first generation P.U.M.A. members after its formation in 2000 and has been an avid supporter of P.U.M.A. ever since.
In 2001 she opened Henleaze school of TKD with Clifton opening in 2002.
She was given the role of Child Safeguarding Officer in 2005 and studied with the NSPCC in Leicester to become the P.U.M.A. safeguarding trainer.
Around this time she travelled to America with a team from P.U.M.A. to train in F.A.S.T. defence, and became the very first ever 'Bulletwoman'
Ms Reeve has travelled to Ghana a number of times with P.U.M.A. to help teach TKD students, army cadets and the Ghanaian military.
In 2014 she became a proud mum when she adopted her son Dominic.
She continues to train in Yate with Master Ray Gayle and attend as many P.U.M.A. events as parenthood will allow.