Sensei Kenneth Wilson began training in the Martial Arts when he was 15 years old with his uncle, Charles (Buddy) Brown. For several years he trained and competed in numerous tournaments, winning many trophies during his kyu ranks.
He stopped formally training after achieving his purple belt rank. He started teaching fitness kickboxing classes and continued for several years.
Kenneth opened his own Karate School in 2004 employing a skilled black belt instructor. He trained under his instructor and managed the business aspects of the school. During this time he returned to formal training and earned his brown belt in the system he started with in his youth under his cousin Master Craig Clinton.
Kenneth made friends with accomplished Martial Artists in Judikwan Taekwondo and in Shorin Ryu Karate. He trained under these men and he earned his first and second degree black belts in Shorin Ryu Karate under one of these Senseis.
Although Sensei Wilson’s formal training was interrupted over the years, he remained passionate about learning and training in the Martial Arts. He trained students, first under his black belt instructor as assistant, and later after earning his black belt, as head instructor.
Sensei Wilson’s love for people and his patience with children set him apart from many other instructors. His attention to the small details creates precision and sharp techniques in his students. Sensei Wilson has had great success in cultivating confidence and accomplishment in his students.