About our school
- The Keishoukan Dojo is a leader in self defense in the twin cities metro area. Our particular style of martial arts is derived from traditional Japanese Jujitsu, incorporated with western wrestling and boxing elements. Training is principle based and student driven. The focus is on helping students develop methods that best serve their own unique purpose for training. We encourage students to find and develop their own strength. The training provides challenges for all levels of skill and physicality developing confidence through competence.
Kasey is an experienced Police Officer, SWAT team leader, and SWAT training coordinator. He is the United States Midwest Regional Director for the Edo Machi-Kata Taiho Jutsu organization, and the Minnesota State Director for One-On-One Control Tactics and Taiho Jutsu International. Recognized as a Shihan by the International Shinbudo Association, he also holds 6th degree black belts in Judo, Jujutsu, and Aikido, as well as a black belt in Taiho Jutsu. He is a catch wrestling and bareknuckle boxing enthusiast, and a terrific dancer.
Shane “Fat Knees” Murphy
Shane works as a Security Officer for M Health Fairview. As a youth, he obtained a black belt in Seiei Kan Karate. He also has a black belt in Katamedo Judo and Jujutsu, and a variegated experience in other arts, including Kali Eskrima, Aikido, Muay Thai, and Chinese Wushu. Shane is the person in the dojo most likely to use terms like “anthropometry” and “post-activation potentiation.” In spite of this, he seems to have at least one or two friends.
Greg recently retired from police work where he worked as a patrol officer, canine officer, and developed a number of social services outreach programs. Before that he served in the Army, Reserves, and National Guard. He has about 20 years of self defense and martial arts experience including a black belts in Katamedo Judo and Jujitsu, and a red belt in Wu Trin Do (MMA before it had initials). He is experienced in canine tactics, officer safety, de-escalation, marksmanship, range operations, intelligence gathering, business security, One-on-One control tactics, Violence Dynamics, NBC warfare, and many other less cool sounding things. He’s a mountain biker, car nut, one of Shane’s friends and not as hairy or pretty as Kasey
Katamedo Minnesota – Keishoukan Dojo
5394 Edgewood Dr.
Mounds View, MN 55112
New quarter starts May 12th!!!
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
2 free trial classes
Youth 10-17 train for free as part of the Mounds View Police Activity League.
$20 for a single class
$80 / quarter
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