Arakan Martial Art Instructor Profiles
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The journey to become a qualified Arakan Instructor!

Did you know that it takes just as long to become an Arakan Martial Art® Instructor as it does to get a university degree!

All Arakan Martial Art® Instructors feel it is a privilege and honour to teach Arakan Martial Art® and take great pride and responsibility that we are trusted to impart our knowledge of Arakan Martial Art® to our members. Our Instructors are students first and foremost and also undergoing their own Arakan Martial Art® journey.

To become a great Arakan Instructor, one must first be a great Arakan Student. Arakan Martial Art® students are committed, talented, respectful and inspiring. Only those who meet these requirements will be invited to join the Potential Instructor Development Program.

All Arakan Martial Art® Instructors are passionate about helping our members achieve their goals. By participating in the Arakan Martial Art® Potential Instructor Development Program, our goal is to empower candidates to develop a life of being of service to others, build self-confidence, discipline, increase fitness and health, along with enabling them to live an extraordinary life and imparting this knowledge on to our members.

During the intensive program and once they have shown their potential, candidates are invited to join other instructors to ‘track’ or ‘shadow’ students lessons to further develop their skills. After a required number of hours have been achieved, these candidates then have the opportunity to teach complimentary lessons so that they can obtain ‘hands-on’ experience.

If the candidate successfully progresses through this comprehensive and dedicated process, they are given the honour of becoming an Arakan Martial Art® Instructor.

It’s a long road to become an Arakan Martial Art® Instructor however the rewards of being of service to others, making a positive impact in their lives and having the privilege to impart this knowledge and be a part of others journey towards empowerment, far outweigh the years invested.

Our Instructors

 

Chief Instructor


Robert Kyaw
Chief Instructor


Gold Coast


Richard Burkett
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Josh Grimsey
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Jayson Osborne
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Scott Morisset
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Nathan Hinga
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Andrew Serpell
2nd Degree Senior Instructor

Josh Cheeseman
2nd Degree Senior Instructor

Ben Ho
2nd Degree Senior Instructor

Pat Melling
2nd Degree Senior Instructor

Anthony Forrester
Senior Instructor

Tom Gerathy
Senior Instructor

Jonathan Hampson
Senior Instructor

Grant Cosgrove
Instructor

Senior Instructor
Tom Wilson

Riley Delanoue
Senior Instructor

Nick Stowell
Senior Instructor

Matt Bright
Instructor

Xavier Corless
Instructor

Aida de Demko
Instructor

Corey Davies
Senior Instructor

Daniel Lin
Instructor

Brandon Boske
Instructor

Nick May
Instructor

Jamie Thorne
Instructor

Alex Jameson
Instructor

Mohamed Aly
Instructor

Liam Walker
Instructor

Ben Fulton
Instructor

Taylan Isler
Instructor

Brad Herring
Instructor

Brisbane


Josh Grimsey
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Senior Instructor
Tom Wilson

Daniel Lin
Instructor

Brandon Boske
Instructor

Mohamed Aly
Instructor

Liam Walker
Instructor

Melbourne


Scott Morisset
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Josh Cheeseman
2nd Degree Senior Instructor

Riley Gunner
Instructor

Jordan Ranieri
Instructor

Shea Murray
Instructor

Sydney


Richard Burkett
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Jayson Osborne
3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Instructor
Carlos Ortega

Jack Germain
Instructor

Scott Sperring
Instructor

Jake Comarmond
Instructor

Aaron Moses
Instructor

Perth


Mark Boulten
Senior Instructor

Canberra


Jack Germain
Instructor

Turning your health around with Arakan Martial Art

My journey started when I shared some medical results with my son. I had been diagnosed with cirrhosis of the Liver, ultimately if untreated it would lead to further health complications and diminished quality of life. I asked my doctor what was the cause, I was told it was related to me being over weight (Girth Size). I asked what treatment I needed. I was told "Just lose weight".
I spoke to my family about my condition and what the doctor said. My eldest son , who also does Arakan, said "I have just the thing for you". READ MORE

Stuart Norris - Yellow belt grading

Almost three years ago I received a call from my instructor Corey asking if I’d like to have a complimentary lesson with him. Almost three years ago I had my mind blown away. I’d just witnessed someone moving in a way I’d never seen before and carry himself with a confidence and humbleness I only ever dreamed of having. I never realised that along the way I’d stop dreaming and start acting to become the person I always wanted to be. READ MORE