American Kenpo Karate Home Study Course

Home Study Course

I have created a Kenpo Karate Home Study Course containing all of the material for my entire system, from Yellow belt through 5th Degree Black belt.  You can visit my YouTube channel at to view examples from each belt level.

Through my system you will have the one-on-one instruction you need to achieve your goals, with the convenience of studying in your own home.  The material is arranged once according to the belt levels, and again according to the Family Groupings outline to help guide your practices and give you a deeper understanding of the relationships between the self defense techniques.  Read what some of my students have to say.

Your monthly subscription gives you access to all of the material from Yellow belt through 5th Degree Black belt.  This course contains over 48 hours of highly detailed instruction where I discuss the stances, principles, and mechanics of every technique, kick, and set.  It is available for streaming through Google drive.  You may cancel at any time by contacting  

If you do not have a google account already, you can set one up by visiting  Be sure to type in your Google account ( in the field below when subscribing.  Then use your login information to log into to view my home study course.  Note, I have to manually grant you access, after which it may take an hour or more for your Google account to synchronize.

If you are interested in testing for rank, I would be more than happy to critique your submitted video test.  For details on how to submit your testing video, visit Video Test Protocol.  


Now available, Geoff Johnson's American Kenpo (GJAK) and International Modern American Kenpo Association (IMAKA) patches!  GJAK is the tiger/dragon yin yang, and IMAKA is the globe and olive branch.  Follow the IMAKA link in the side bar to view both.  These are great for building a sense of unity and pride when practicing or participating in seminars and tournaments.  The GJAK and IMAKA patches are typically worn on the left and right lapels, respectively, of your karate gi.  They can also be added to shirts, hats, and jackets!