T.A.P. Self-Defense is comprised of three major styles:

Kajukenbo (from Grand Master Al Rayes)

Chinese Kenpo (from Professor Walter Godin)

Wing Chun (from Sijo James Demiles).

Kajukenbo is a blend of five styles. The Ka in Kajukenbo stands for Karate, Ju stands for Judo and Jujitsu, Ken stands for Kenpo and Bo stands for Chinese boxing, better known as Gung Fu. The style of Kajukenbo was created by Adriano Emperado (along with Joseph Holck, Peter Young Yil Choo, Frank Ordonez, and George "Clarence" Chang).

Class Schedule:

Tuesday & Thursday:

Little Dragons:  4:30 - 5:00 PM

Kids:  5:00 - 6:00 PM

Adults:  6:00 - 7:00 PM

($115 per month.  No contracts.)

(Little Dragons:  $79 per month.  No contracts.)

Instructor:  Richard Klein

Professor Klein started his training with D.A.T.A . in 1989.  He earned his black belt in January 1994 from Bob Anderson and started teaching at D.A.T.A..  He has since earned his 1st through 8th degree black belt.  Professor Klein has attended martial arts classes and seminars all over the United States and Canada.  He is an expert with both traditional and modern weapons.  Once a firing range safety officer, he became an expert shot with both handgun and shotgun.

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