Below is a list of our Senior Instructors.
He began by studying Shotokan karate with visiting American karate-ka Donn Draeger, and later Australian based USKA stylist Wayne Williamson.
Kyoshi Johnson started formal karate training in 1970. Earned a Shodan in Okinawa Isshinryu Karate and a Sandan in Hawaiian Kujukempo Karate.
Kyoshi Greg Lazarus Started formal karate training in Shorin-ryu Matsumura Orthodox (Seito) on March 1, 1974 and opened is 1st dojo in 1980.
Kyoshi Ader began training in June 1970 under Alfred Gossett in Goshin Do Karate and Jiu Jitsu.
Kyoshi John Shipes began his formal martial arts training in 1978 under Master Roy Kurban in Tae Kwon Do, and trained there for about 4 years.
Shihan Aguilar started his karate training in 1970 while stationed in Hawwaii and then switch to Shotokan Karate while in Yuma Arizona from 1973 to 1975.
Shihan Hodgkins started training in 1973 in Goju Kai Karate Do under Paul Landry and in 1982 he trained in Shorin Ryu Kenbukan under Shihan Uezu Yazu.
Sensei Wayne Reddrop commenced training in 1973 in the art of Judo, training for two years at the Ararat Y.M.C.A. In 1978 he started his training in Kenshin Kan.
Gary began martial arts training in 1964 at the Ballarat Judo Club in Victoria, Australia. In 1973 he followed Kyoshi Barry Packham into Shorin Ryu Matsumura Sieto.
Sensei DeVries began his Karate training in 1990 in Okinawa Japan and has continued to train in Okinawa all this time.
Founder and Sensei for Northwest Budokan – Master Kise’s Pacific Northwest Dojo and Sensei for the Mukilteo, WA YMCA Adult and Youth programs and has four dojo
Don began his training under Hanshi Fusei Kise in April of 1986, never missing a class or any function. He has been to 19 out of 21 traing camps in the past years.
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