Master Instructor Jesse Crawfis
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Master Instructor Jesse Crawfis is an internationally respected martial arts expert. In addition to holding black belts in the arts of Tae Kwon Do, Hapkido, and Okinawa Karate, Mr. Crawfis has amassed numerous victories on the martial arts tournament circuit. Some of his most notable wins include The Governor’s Cup, 2004 Olympic National Qualifier, The Pasadena Open, and The Michigan Cup. Sought after for his extensive expertise, Mr. Crawfis is a frequent contributor to many of the largest martial arts journals and magazines in the world and is the only Michigan martial artist to have his articles internationally published. In 2006 Mr. Crawfis was inducted into the Budo Magazine Martial Arts Hall of Fame in New York City. In 2013 Mr. Crawfis was asked to take part in a martial arts documentary for the History Channel. Of all the different opportunities that the martial arts have afforded to Mr. Crawfis the one that he is truly most passionate about is teaching others the skills and positive values of the arts. Over the years Mr. Crawfis has logged thousands of hours teaching students ranging from preschoolers to senior citizens, conducting seminars, instructing after school programs, and contributing his expertise to many non-profit charitable organizations such as Kids Kicking Cancer. Mr. Crawfis graduated an Honors Scholar and received his degree with high distinction from the University of Michigan.