Martial arts journey started at the age of 14 when I started
to learn Shotokan karate. I enjoyed the experience and
always enjoyed my classes
a while in this system I felt that something was missing.
My younger brother had started to learn Shaolin Nam-Pai-Chaun,
So I went along to one of his classes which was being taught
by master Baron. I loved what I saw and I joined straight
away. The training was hard, but it had to be, with
entering tournaments your fitness had to be good,
always fun entering tournaments as we had a great team of
individuals and we always had a lot of fun and laughs with
also an active member of master Baronís demonstration team,
demoís were done in our local area at special events.
martial arts for a while and returned to find that master
Baron had left the Shaolin system and joined Choi Kwang Do.
I joined and also enrolled my daughter. My first impressions
on the patterns was that there were a lot of them, and would
I be able to learn them all, I find that I really enjoy
learning Choi Kwang Do, and after a lot of hard work and
continuing training I was presented with my Black Belt in
now become an assistant instructor in Choi Kwang do to help
pass on some of what I have learnt from master Baron to
others, both young and old as Choi Kwang Do is for everyone.
Hereís to my continuing success in Choi Kwang Do under
master Baron's tuition.