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Phillip nig on June 14, 2021 at 4:58 AM said:

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Sensei Nakazawa, Alaska Shotokan Karate on March 9, 2013 at 6:45 PM said:

Greetings Master Knueppel! On behalf of Sensei Grady (Renbukai Dojo) and myself, we are very pleased to have you a part of the upcoming 2013 Alaska OPEN Karate Championships. Also, I want to say thank you again for your support in the past of Dr. Jeff Sponsler's Mat-su Shotokan group by letting them train at your school until they could find space of their own. You are part of a special group of Martial Artists that do in fact exemplify, on an every-day basis the best of the Martial Arts spirit of camaraderie/respect in support of one another. I am very honored to know you and look forward to our upcoming joint training at our Eagle River dojo on Friday March 22, 7-8:30 pm. Respectfully, Sensei A. Nakazawa, ISKF Alaska Region, www.iskf-alaska.net 907-460-0825
Stephan & Sean on April 7, 2012 at 9:14 PM said:

Peace,.... Confidence,..... and Strength,.....
Mikek on January 8, 2012 at 2:51 PM said:

Looks like a great school. I am from Canada, however my sister lives in Anchorage. I have been looking online for a good school. It's hard to find a good tae kwon do school these days.
Dawn Curren on April 21, 2011 at 5:23 PM said:

I like the website!
Kim on February 16, 2010 at 2:15 AM said:

Nice website!

Billy Laabs on October 20, 2009 at 10:22 AM said:

Hey, just found your card. lol. It looks Like your doing well.
Brian Brandon on September 25, 2009 at 10:01 PM said:

Master Ron,

I don't know much about martial arts, and even less about Tae Kwon Do,
but being retired military and a father, I appreciate your patience and
willingness to be firm and direct with Chip, which is exactly what he
needs. After observing today, I would like to begin taking lessons.

I can't tell you how pleased Rosanna and I are that we picked your Do Jang.

Thank you,

Brian Brandon
wes smith on April 27, 2009 at 10:23 AM said:

hello master knueppel my name is wes and im from primal. just thought i would check out your website and wish you a good day
Master Michael Soper on March 24, 2009 at 2:56 AM said:

Master Ron,

Thank you for taking the initiative to volunteer to referee at the last few events. Your dedication to fair and consistent judging is appreciated and has not gone unnoticed. I hope you will soon have some of your own black belts promoted as judges and referees for Alaska's tournaments.

I wish you and your dojang all the best.
Cherie Tomlinson on July 21, 2008 at 1:10 PM said:

Dear Master Ron,

Thank you so much for the two free introductory classes you allowed my son Blake to participate in!!

He loved the experience and would like to continue. After school starts I will check back and see how our schedule works out.

We will be out of town during your Bar-B-Q and will hate to miss it, Blake especially.

Again, Thank You!

Jason Bailey on June 26, 2008 at 1:53 AM said:

I appreciate the study guides. Some video of the forms, sparring and hap ki do would be great refreshers for those who are about to belt test. I will gladly run the camera while Master Ron demonstrates on one of my classmates.

As for Evan Malone's not having seen us at any tournaments, I believe our biggest showing was at the Great Alaska Martial Arts Festival & Tournament last weekend. We had five participants at that fun event. Four of us took first place in our sparring divisions. We did fairly well in poomse with two first place and two second place rankings.

We may be a small school, but that is our advantage as Master Ron can give us a lot of individual instruction. I know I have seen significant improvements in myself over the last 6-8 months of training.

Thanks Master Ron!
Kaci Knueppel on May 12, 2008 at 7:29 PM said:

I figured it was about time to come and visit the site.. considering the fact that I am apart of it. It does look nice and it easy to find your way around, great job on it.
Ru Tuttle on April 25, 2008 at 10:39 AM said:

I enjoyed looking at your website and pictures of your students. I am hoping for my next belt soon and love the art of Taekwondo. The weather in the islands is much nicer, however, than Palmer. Best of luck to you and the school!
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