I started my journey with Grandmaster Munk the summer of 2013 along with my husband. One of the best decisions I have ever made. I have earned my belts and the discipline that comes with them. It hasn't been easy, but I sure do love a challenge. Not long after starting Kenpo I learned that Grandmaster Munk has the patience of a Saint. I am a bit clumsy and I have the attention span of a gnat. A year or two into my classes I dislocated my left femur. Then a year or so later I fell down a flight of cement stairs nearly breaking my back. I also learned break falls don't work on stairs. LOL.
His passion for Kenpo is demonstrated throughout every class or even when you just need to ask questions. He taught us from the beginning that there will come a time you have to give back to your community. It's something that normally takes place when you've reached a certain belt. You see I'm not that far into the system, but far enough to know that helping my community couldn't wait. Someone in my Kenpo world needed a kidney. I was tested and I was a match! Another "best decision I have ever made" statement!
I'm not sure where you get your teaching from, but I believe I am where I'm supposed to be. I have the most awesome Grandmaster and Kenpo family. We are all taught together (on group night) no matter your belt color. When we walk into the class we are all one. We aren't the same, nor are we taught the same, but we are one. Love my Kenpo family. We love, laugh, struggle and fight together
Sharon Moodispaugh, Green Belt 2019