Our Taekwondo and Martial Art Instructor
Master Milad Bahrami
Master Milad Bahrami, like most lifelong Martial Artists, got involved in Taekwondo as a kid who loved watching martial arts movies. His passion only grew stronger during his teen years, as he competed in Olympic Style Taekwondo on a National level.
During University, Master Milad also worked full-time as the youngest Head Instructor of Grand Master Ji Sun Choi’s “Choi’s Martial Arts”. He continued to excel in the role as Head Instructor for Master Tony Kook’s Academies: North Shore Taekwondo, West Vancouver Taekwondo, and Bowen Island Taekwondo.
Master Milad’s key philosophy is that Taekwondo has something to offer for everyone; Taekwondo is a vehicle for developing your potential. Training will relieve stress, improve focus, and instill confidence that will reflect in daily life.
Master Craven Denison
Master Craven Denison is a Certified Level 1 Taekwondo Instructor. He holds a 4th Dan Kukkiwon Black Belt and is also a certified OFA level 2. Master Craven has been a Martial Arts instructor for over 14 years, working with all age groups, including children and teens with special needs and disabilities. He is avid practitioner of the Martial Arts, with experience in Hapkido, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Western boxing, Muay Thai/ kickboxing, Krav Maga, and Kali. He is also, a former Team BC member (Taekwondo Olympic Sparring)
Master Riley Arnold
When Master Riley started Taekwondo 15 years ago, he never thought that he would be where he is at today. Taekwondo has influenced his life in so many positive ways. As a child he dreamed of being the best, so he perused the path of becoming a sparring competitor. Training in multiple worldwide Olympic training centres, having specialized training in Korea, and competing in multiple different countries. His competitive career was filled with many hardships but also many triumphs. Aside from sparring, he has also competed in Patterns (Poomsae) on a National Level.
“Being trained originally with many different styles, such as hapkido as well as Taekwondo, I have learned so much through the years and I am truly grateful for all of the knowledge that has been passed down to me. I wish to continue the age long tradition and be able to spread Martial Arts throughout the community, and positively impact as many peoples lives as possible.”