KYOKUSHIN KARATE OF FLORIDA - KKFL  

 

KKFL Instructors

Each instructor are Certified Black Belt with the International Karate Organization (IKO) KyokushinKaiKan.

Sensei Javier Matos, 3rd Dan

 

Sensei Javier was born and raise in Puerto Rico. He began karate training as a youth there under the tutelage under Shihan Luis E Rodriguez (PR Zendo Ryu) holding a 2nd degree black belt until he move to Florida in 1997.

 

Once in Florida, he continue  to be involve with Marital Arts by training Shotokan until 2000 when the club was close. Undeterred , he was informed by a friend  of Kyokuishin school located in Rivierview, Florida. Sensei Javier went to visit the school which, at that time, was being run under Sensei Angel Rosario. During this visit, he was able to see how Kyokushin conducted a kyu test involving Branch Chief Shihan Katsuhito Gorai. From that point on Sensei Javier decided that Kyokushin was for him.

 

Since then Sensei Javier has been active in  competing, teaching, coaching figthers, judging and spreading the spirit and Kyokushin fundamentals in Florida, USA.

 

Sensei Javier currently holds a 3rd degree (San Dan) black belt in IKO KyokushinKaiKan. He is a licensed IKO Associate Judge and report direct to IKO USA Branch Chief Shihan Gorai from Kyokushin Karate New York. 

 

 

Senpai Lisa Clarke, 2nd Dan

 

Senpai Lisa began Martial Arts at the age of 10 , in Kyokushin. For over 20 years, she has been a karate-ka of Kyokushin Karate. She holds a 2nd degree (Ni Dan) black belt in IKO KyokushinKaiKan.

 

Senpai Lisa is a licensed IKO Associate Judge , the fighting team's coach, continues to compete in international tournaments, and teaches alongside with Sensei Javier. She reports directly to IKO USA Branch Chief Shihan Gorai from Kyokushin Karete New York.

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