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Head Instructors:
Bob Arbo, 4th Dan
Tim McCann, 4th Dan

 

Instructors
 
Sensei Bob Arbo is the Co-Owner of Kensho-Ryu Kenpo Karate in Acton, MA. He began his martial arts training in 1994 under Sensei Paul Micchiche in Lowell MA. In 1998, Sensei Arbo earned his black belt in Nick Cerio’s Kenpo Karate He continued his training under Shihan Paul Parent and was awarded his 2nd degree black belt on Dec 16th 2001. In 2003, Sensei Arbo began training under Kyoshi Mark Sheeley, an 8th Degree black belt and the founder of he Kensho-Ryu Kenpo system. In 2004, he was promoted to the rank of Sandan (3rd degree black) and in 2006 to the rank of Yondan (4th degree black) both by Kyoshi Sheeley. Sensei Arbo has attended numerous seminars to continue his understanding of the martial arts by such notable martial artists as Professor Nick Cerio, Kyoshi Mark Sheeley, Hanshi Bruce Juchnik, Sifu Bruce Corrigan, Shihan Mike Burton and Soke Wali Islam. Sensei Arbo looks forward to beginning tournament competition in the 2007 season.

 

Sensei Tim McCann has trained in the art of Kenpo Karate for over 12 years. After achieving the rank of Shodan (1st degree black) in June of 2000 under Shihan Paul Parent of Billerica, MA. Sensei McCann became the co-owner of Kensho-Ryu Kenpo Karate in Acton, MA. Sensei McCann was promoted to Nidan (2nd degree) in 2001, Sandan (3rd degree) in 2004, and Yondan (4th degree) in 2006, all under the teaching of Kyoshi Mark Sheeley. Sensei McCann has attended seminars taught by such leaders in the martial arts as Kyoshi Mark Sheeley, Shihan Mike Depasquale, Shihan Mike Burton, Sifu Bruce Corrigan, Hanshi Bruce Juchnik, and Soke Wali Islam. Sensei McCann began competing on the Krane tournament circuit in 2004 in the weapons and kata divisions. He finished the year with a 1st place state rating, and a 2nd place national rating in both divisions. In 2005 he continued his efforts, which resulted in a 1st place national rating in both weapons and kata. Sensei Mccann received a Hall of Fame Award as the Krane Ratings International Male Adult Senior Black Belt Competitor of the Year. In his final year of competition in 2006, he repeated this achievement and was the national champion for his division in both kata and weapons.

About Us

5 PRICIPLES OF CONDUCT
 
  • EFFORT–Effort means to try your hardest in everything you do.
  • ETIQUETTE–Etiquette means to use good manners.
  • SINCERITY–Sincerity means to tell the truth.
  • SELF CONTROL–  Self control means to control your body and emotions,
    control your self
  • CHARACTER– Character  means to be your self, do not try to be like anyone
    else.
     

 

STUDENT CREED
 
1. I intend to develop myself in a positive manner, and to avoid anything that would reduce my mental growth or physical health.
2. I Intend to develop self-discipline in order to bring out the best in myself and others.

3. I intend to use what I've learned in class constructively and defensively, and to never be abusive or offensive.
4. Remember rules one, two, and three!
 

THE FIVE ANIMALS

TIGER
LEOPARD
CRANE
SNAKE
DRAGON

 

 

TRAINING LOCATION
 
Directions To This Location


Kensho-Ryu Kenpo
253 Great Road
Acton, MA 01720


Telephone:
978-263-9100
 

Email:

Homepage: http://www.ksrkenpo.com

 

 

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