Peak to Peak Martial Arts' instructors are highly-trained, experienced and dedicated to the success of our Kenpo school.
Hello, My name is Harrison Best (3rd degree black belt in American Kenpo Karate and 1st degree black belt in Kamishin Juijitsu), and I am Peak to Peak Martial Arts' Master Instructor, located in Southwest Loveland, CO. I'm proud to announce that my instructor is Mr. Lee Wedlake (9th degree) out of Texas. He is a well published author and first generation black belt under Senior Grand Master Ed Parker (the founder of American Kenpo).
Naturally, if you or your family members are looking into signing up for martial arts training you will be interested in coming to know who is responsible for the learning and development standards of our school, and that is what this webpage is devoted to. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kaylee has been training in Kenpo since she was four years old. She worked her way up through not only Peak to Peak's Tiny Tiger program, but the Youth and Adult programs as well. Her dedication to the students is second to none. Kaylee's loyalty to her students is reflective to that of a strong family. Her spirit and intent always proves to be in the best interest of the students. She truly understands the concept of "holding others above herself," and the sacrifices and discipline that it takes to align with our students' values. She is currently pursuing her second degree black in American Kenpo in addtion to successfully leading the classes.
Lilly started her American Kenpo journey in 2014, and is a support system to not only students but the staff as well. Currently, she holds a 3rd degree brown belt in American Kenpo. In addition to pursuing her black belt, and running classes, she has taken a personal interest in designing our school's womens self-defense program.