The SOUTHEASTERN KENPO KARATE JU-JITSU BROTHERHOOD ASSOCIATION was founded as a self-defense system. It is designed to provide an individual with the combat effective means to protect and defend basic inalienable rights, granted to him, his loved ones, and his fellow man.
SOUTHEASTERN KENPO KARATE JU-JITSU BROTHERHOOD ASSOCIATION's essential mission is self-defense. It was not conceived, nor is it practiced or taught, as "sport". The Southeastern Association focuses on the application of effective self-defense techniques, for a wide variety of combative situations.
SOUTHEASTERN KENPO KARATE JU-JITSU provides an unparalleled, self-defense system. As a byproduct of this training, the practitioner will also enhance: self-discipline, confidence, balance, speed, power, self-perception, and overall good health and well-being.
We train in all ranges
~Stand-up (kicking, punches)
Chief Instructor Forrest has been training since 1973 Starting with CHA3 Kenpo Karate before helping founding SEKKJBA in 1983 to present day. Chief Forrest has also furthered his own Education with various seminars and clinics, and classes in Jeet Kune Do and Kali.
Head Instructor Lopez has been training since 1997 in a semester of Taekwondo before joining SEKKJBA and training to this day
Sgt-At-Arms Samuelson has been training since 2001 with an absence due to Military Service. with Tai Chi in 2001-2002 then SEKKJBA from 2002-2008, 2013-current, With Krav Maga and Army Combatives while away.
Now Open to the Public AT MSU
Carr Health Building
Pick up applications and other information at Racquetball Court #4(sometimes #6) On 2nd floor of the Carr Health Building during training hours,
For more information call, Chief Instructor Forrest at Home: (270) 753-9688
Cell: (270) 293-2472, Head Instructor Carlos Lopez Cell (270) 992-0676
Sgt-At-Arms/Head Student Robert Charles Samuelson
Cell (253) 376-3950
Club Email MurraySEKempo@gmail.com
Prospective students will be required to watch 1-3 sessions before filling out an application and joining at the next training session
White belts new to training need to bring nonrestrictive clothes(preferably non black and non red) to training that they don't mind tearing up or staining. White belts must procure a training gi before their 1st belt test. New students must have a cup before they can begin training.