Our Instructors


Russell Wilder  – Kenpo Karate Board Member/Instructor 


  • 5th Degree Black Belt Kenpo Karate



Rupert Giroux –  Kenpo Karate Board Member/Instructor 


  • 4th Degree Black Belt Kenpo Karate
  • Brown Belt by Grandmaster Marty Ferrick of Mizu Ryu Ju-jitsu
  • Experience in Tae Kwon Do, Moo Duk Kwan, and Ju-Jitsu.
  • He also on a limited basis studies Aikido among other martial arts.
  • He has been a student of martial arts for more than 20 years.     



Dean Hilton – Kenpo Karate Board Member/Instructor 

  • 4th Degree Black Belt Kenpo Karate




Kaitlyn Sisk –  Kids Program and Kenpo Karate Board Member 

  • Kenpo Karate 4th Degree Black Belt
  • Women’s Only Instructor.
  • Pursuing degree in Special Education for Special Needs Adults and Children.




Gavin Gossling

  • 2nd Degree Black Belt in Hapkido



Bo Jackson

Filipino Martial Arts, Jeet Kun Do, Integrated Grapping Arts – Sifu Bo has been a student of the martial arts for over 20 years.  His experience includes many styles such as Southern Eagle Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Wrestling (Free Style and Greco-Roman), Shorin Ryu Karate, Kenpo Karate, Judo, Muay Thai, and Western Boxing.  He has spent the last 6 years under the tutelage of Sifu/Guru Victor Ferreros, a long time student (30+ years) and certified instructor under Sifu/Guru Dan Inosanto who is the highest ranking JKD instructor certified by the late Sigung Bruce Lee and the founder of the Inosanto/Lacoste style of Filipino Martial Arts (FMA).  Bo has been granted instructor ranking in Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do as well as “Guru Lakan” ranking in Filipino Martial Arts und Sifu/Guru Victor Ferreros’ Tallahassee Kali JKD Group/Combat Arnis de Mano.  Bo also holds Apprentice Instructor ranking in Jun Fan Gung Fu through Sifu Larry Hartsell.  Sifu/Guru Bo continues his training under the watchful eye of Sifu/Guru Victor Ferreros.    


Alan Swirsky – Kenpo Karate Instructor- 5th Degree Black Belt in Kenpo Karate. Alan is a Professor at Tallahassee Community College.

Sensei Alan is pursuing his PhD out of state