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Master Justin Bunn, Chief Instructor
My name is Justin Bunn, chief instructor of our martial arts school here in Woodland and Dixon. For some time now, we've dedicated our lives to bringing the physical - and spiritual - benefits of martial arts to our community.

Through classes geared for men and women of all ages, shapes and sizes, our school itself has become a community of learning and growth. We'd love nothing more than for you to become a part of it. That way you too can enrich your life, learn self-defense, and get in great shape too. Together, these three elements lead to a happier, healthier life. After all, for thousands of years, martial arts has been a tool for inner-growth and development. The hard work and patience required to perfect each moves builds discipline, focus and determination. The desire to advance through the ranks develops goal setting and ambition. The rush of passing tests, and seeing how far you've come builds confidence and pride. And the increased energy that comes with getting in good physical shape gives you a boost to bring even more fulfilling activities into your life. But it doesn't stop there. You also learn self-defense to keep yourself and your loved ones safe and sound. And while you may never have to use these skills in a real-life situation - just knowing that you CAN protect yourself will give you peace of mind. Helping you succeed in martial arts is the only goal of our Woodland and Dixon programs. Everyone here - each of our martial arts instructors - is passionate about helping you succeed, have fun, and enjoy the time you spend here. So come on by and try out the program that's best-suited for you. You can learn more about the classes our Woodland and Dixon schools offer, and call us to register for the one that's right for you.

See you soon,
Justin Bunn
Chief instructor, Kuk Sool Won™ Martial Art Center
Woodland Martial Arts and Dixon Martial Arts

Pu Sa Bum Nim Tiffany Bunn, Head Instructor for Kinder/Preschool Programs

Tiffany Bunn holds the rank of 3rd Degree Black Belt, or Pu Sa Bum Nim, in Kuk Sool Won, and is currently testing for her 4th Degree Black Belt. She also has her degree in Early Childhood Education. As such, she has helped the World Kuk Sool Association with putting together an age appropriate curriculum for children as young as three years old. Pu Sa Bum Nim Tiffany is honored to share her expertise with the Woodland and Dixon communities.

Kyo Sa Nim Becki Santistevan, Head Instructor

Becki Santistevan holds the rank of 2nd Degree Black Belt, or Kyo Sa Nim, in Kuk Sool Won. She began training in her mid-30's and has truly become a top notch martial artist and example for students. She has won the honor of Grand Champion in our Pacific Coast Tournament. In addition to her Kuk Sool Won successes, Kyo Sa Nim Becki was a middle school science teacher for 20 years so she brings to our team a wealth of teaching experience with pre-teens and teens.

Kyo Sa Nim Jessica Valdez, Instructor

Jessica Valdez holds the rank of 2nd Degree Black Belt, or Kyo Sa Nim, in Kuk Sool Won. She began training in her teens and has truly blossomed into an incredible martial artist. She has also won the honor of Grand Champion in our Pacific Coast Tournament.

Kyo Sa Nim Solomon Eibensteiner, Instructor

Solomon Eibensteiner holds the rank of 2nd Degree Black Belt, or Kyo Sa Nim, in Kuk Sool Won. He began training in his pre-teens and is a true inspiration for many of our younger students. He is full of energy and enthusiasm and his passion for Kuk Sool Won is evident when he is on the floor. He has won the honor of Grand Champion multiple times in our Pacific Coast Tournament.

Jo Kyo Nim Shakirr Smallwood, Program Director

Shakirr Smallwood holds the rank of 1st Degree Black Belt, or Jo Kyo Nim, in Kuk Sool Won. She is family oriented and very optimistic. She wears many hats in our dojang, or martial art school, from answering questions, scheduling appointments, leading our introductory lessons, and so much more. Her goal is for every person to leave our dojang feeling better than when they got here.

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