July 13, 2005 - Present Sign guestbook Reload

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John Nelson  10/26/05   12:42:36 Date
Message Just looked at your site for the first time.
A first class site with loads of informative information.
I would love to have the oppotunity to train and learn Kempo.

All the best for the future,
John Nelson 4th Dan
British Sankukai Karate Association

Mark Suppes  10/25/05   09:57:46 Date
Message Professor,

Thank you for your instruction and attention to all of the little details of everything that you teach in your techniques. After watching and working with another martial arts instuctor from my hometown, he may have more techniques and requirements for each belt but he does not focus on the perfection of each move and every technique.

I like the way that you make everyone perfect their techniques or movements before they can learn the next one. Whereas while I watch a friend teach American Kenpo back in my hometown, it seems as though all he is interested in is the students memorizing what to do instead of doing it with good form or knowing why they are doing it. You truly know what you are teaching and don't just read the techniques off of a piece of paper and then teach them.

I have enjoyed being a part of your class. Thank you for your great instruction and good luck in the future.

Heather Wrenn-Kassube  10/25/05   00:47:19 Date
Message "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." -Helen Keller
Professor- In the brief time I've been at the school I feel grateful for the excellent instruction, and infinite possibility for advancement.
You have opened my heart up to the world of Kempo Karate and I thank you.
Regards- Heather

Jesse Diehm  10/24/05   19:16:54 Date
Message Professor,

Thanks for sharing your master skills of kempo and your taste in fine things. You push for the best to make us strive for it. Keep aimimg for the sky and so will I.

Russ Dunham  10/13/05   22:38:50 Date
Message Professor Geary,

Time in class, your skills, and the quality of your instructors have all shown me that choosing your school was the right choice. You have the certificates to show your rank and title, but unlike many others you prove your true mastery in class. It is amazing to watch you when teaching us. All of your moves are so fluid and natural whether you are showing us at slow speed to learn, and when you demonstrate again at full speed.

It is an honor and a privilege to train under such a proficient master of the martial arts.

Russ Dunham

Ken Kilzer  10/12/05   22:58:55 Date
Message Professor Geary,

I'd like to thank you and your staff for the unique learning environment you provide to my son and the other children.

Discipline and dedication are skills rarely taught in childhood elective pursuits, yet these are the abilities that we draw deeply from throughout our lives.

I am grateful that we have found a place that will not only teach our son self-defense, but will also reinforce our goals of raising a confident, disciplined, and self-reliant son.

We appreciate your patience and dedication.

Ken and Pam Kilzer

Anthony Graham  10/04/05   09:21:23 Date
Message Professor Geary,

Just wanted to express how pleased I am with the quality of instruction that I am receiving in your class. Saturday was my first day of class and to be honest I was really nervous. After the class I went straight home and raved to my wife about how much I enjoyed the class. Before taking your class I had been looking for somewhere to start training (studying martial arts has been a dream of mine since I was a young child). After talking to you and watching a class, I was impressed by your commitment and enjoyed your style of teaching. Even though there were other schools that were cheaper and guaranteed “Black Belt” within a specific time, their commitment didn’t measure up to yours. After my meeting with you my decision was made to study under you. I look forward to class and can’t wait till the next class starts.

Charles C. Goodin  09/29/05   15:05:26 Date
Message Dear Professor Geary,

It was a pleasure speaking to you this morning. I am glad that you had the opportunity to visit our Hawaii Karate Roots exhibit at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.

Kenpo has a rich history here in Hawaii, starting with James Mitose and continuing to the present. I am glad that Hawaii's important place in Kenpo history is being recognized and that the art is being perpetuated.

I visited your school website and must compliment you on its design.

As I mentioned to you, I originally studied Kenpo Karate under Florentino S. Pancipanci, and later under Edward Wallace of the CHA-3 organization. This was over 30 years ago. Although I now teach Shorin-Ryu, I have great respect for the art of Kenpo Karate, and its pioneers here in Hawaii.

I hope that if we have other exhibits, that you will be able to attend them as well.


Charles C. Goodin
Hawaii Karate Museum

Bernd Kühnapfel  09/25/05   08:55:05 Date
Message Hallo Mr. Geary
Greetings from the Nihon Kai Martial Arts School in Germany.

Grandmaster Bernd Kühnapfel

Carly & Tony Costanzo  09/24/05   10:54:48 Date
Message Professor,

About two years ago my husband and I were against our son being in Karate because we were worried about him using it on other people out of anger. My mother enrolled my neice and brother into Kempo Karate and we sat in a lesson one morning and we were impressed by what we seen. Needless to say our son was enrolled that week and since he has grown greatly. He can now control his emotions and has self confidence. We thank you Professor for everything you have given to our child in helping him grow. We are very happy with you and your school.

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