Michael Jones began his training at Wayne Hull School of Kyuki-do in January of 2004. In 2008, Mr. Jones earned is 1st degree black belt and became an assistant instructor at Wayne Hull School of Kyuki-do, and in 2010 was given the responsibility as the Head Instructor of the children program. He continued his training in martial arts while assisting at Wayne Hull School of Kyuki-do and in 2011, Mr. Jones tested for his 2nd Degree Black Belt. In October of 2011, Mr. Jones pursued opening his own school. Despite some minor difficulties, Escambia Martial Arts opened in February of 2012. Mr. Jones continues to train under Master Sinclair in Kyuki-Do and Judo. Mr. Jones believes that hard work in and outside of the Dojang, both physical and psychological, is of great benefit for all students of the arts which directly translates to a better quality of life in all facets.
3rd Dan Black Belt
3rd Dan Black Belt
Alan Miller began his training in 2012 at Red Dragon Martial Arts. He earned his black belt in 2015, and then moved to Escambia Martial Arts and began working as an instructor. Energetic and vibrant, Mr. Miller brings a feeling of conviviality to every class he teaches.
In the time he has been an instructor Mr. Miller has also continued to pursue his own training, reaching the rank of 3rd degree black belt.
It is his goal to one day open a school of his own and continue sharing the joy of martial arts with others.
Jackson Moeller has been training under Michael Jones since
November of 2018 at Escambia Martial Arts.
Through non-stop training, he earned his 1st Dan black belt in Wisconsin in November of 2021.
Having had the spark to teach since his blue belt, Mr. Moeller has learned that he doesn't want to be alone in his martial arts journey of striving for continuous personal improvement.
Mr. Moeller plans to test for his 2nd Dan black belt in November of 2023.