Sifu Ron Phillips
5th degree black belt
Over 25 years of training and holds black belts and sash's in Kenpo, Close Quarter Combat Under, Sibuk Oaks.
"Sifu" Black Sash, in Southern "WUSHU" kung fu under Master Jin Liang, and is trained in Qigong, Iron palm and Tai Chi.
Cross trained in Kajukempo, JKD, Street Combat, Wing Chun.
Teacher 1st Black Belt; Mike Johnson
Trained in Red Tiger Kun Fu
2st Degree Black Belt
Red Tiger Kung Fu
many years of training in martial arts including Kenpo, Taekwondo , close quarter combat
Grandmaster Anlin WANG
Grandmaster Wang is the Principal Master of the Wensheng School of Martial Arts, which can trace its building blocks back to the Han Dynasty and its specific forms to the 17th Century.
Grandmaster Wang combined the essence of different styles of Chinese wushu, such as Taiji, Qin Na, Xingyi, Bagua (the Eight Trigrams), Dacheng (Yi Fist), Baji (the Eight Extremities), Praying Mantis, Southern Fist, Shaolin, and Wudang, with the teachings of Wensheng. By unifying the philosophies and strategies behind all these schools of martial arts, he has reinvented Wensheng, bringing this ancient school of martial arts to an unprecedented level
Sifu Jin Liang
Southern Wushu, Qigong, China
A Sifu of Pure southern Wushu (Kung Fu) (Qigong) in the mountains of China, province of Guangdong where he spends much of his time teaching today
Grandmaster "lucky" E Luciano Kajukenpo 9th degree Red Satin/Silver Border Belt, his Achievements are too numerous to list. View his bio at usadojo.com
Sifu Brian Oaks
7th Degree in Kenpo JKD, and has cross trained in many forms, when he is not traching he is serving as a LtCol with the medical support command (a national disaster response team).
Sifu Gino Padua
6th Degree: Kajukenpo USA Kajukempo Associationof southern calif. Black belt in Taekwondo, Judo, Kenpo, Kajukembo, Spents his time teaching at his school and giving crime prevention seminars all over southern California
represents the defender of summer, the South , Five mythic Tigers are believed to guard the universe against the forces of chaos. Tigers are used to stand for the cardinal directions. Red: fire, reaching upwards, corresponds to the south as dictated Fire is “yang” or masculine in character, its motion is upward and its energy is expansive. It is associated with the planet Mars, summer, south, The Primal Spirit of fire is represented by the Red Tiger