Our certified black belt instructors have all progressed through the ranks at one of our schools. They have been carefully chosen and trained to instruct children, teenagers and adults. Most started as a ninja-tot and have been training for over a decade. Our instructors are held to the highest standards and recognize the needs of a four year old differ than those of a sixty year old. Martial arts have become a lifestyle for our instructors. Leading by example, being a positive role model, and offering individualized training are distinguishing traits of our staff. They are energetic, motivating, empathetic and knowledgeable. Each of our instructors are constantly upgrading and learning the newest and most effective methods of teaching children, teenagers and adults. They too are students and they show courtesy and respect to an adult or a ninja-tot, as each is entitled to be treated fairly and professionally. All of our instructors are taught to be proactive in recognizing and addressing any concerns from parents or students. You will be greeted with a smile and made to feel like you belong to our martial arts family.

Surround yourself with good people and good things will happen.

Head Instructor, Owner

Craig Hroncok is a graduate from U of T with a degree in physiology. He was a sergeant with the O.P.P. Auxiliary Unit and is a certified First Aid/CPR instructor with St. John Ambulance. Craig has been involved in martial arts for over forty years. He started judo at the age of eight and attained his green belt. He studied kung-fu, kickboxing, tae-kwon-do, jiu-jitsu and karate. Craig is a sixth degree black belt in Shaolin kempo karate and has studied under master Al Robinson and Soke Grandmaster Victor Arnold. Craig is also a brown belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Master Royler Gracie and Professor Danny Moroney. He has attended numerous seminars and courses with such notable martial artists as three time Abu Dabi winner and four time world champion Royler Gracie, UFC and Pride champion Royce Gracie, Pan Am champion David Adiv, world renowned muay thai trainer Ganyou Fairtex, two time world karate champion Chris Rappold and Bill Underwood, the inventor of Defendo.

Craig has taught self-defense courses to elementary students and to the Ontario Provincial Police auxiliary and regular members. His focus is on ensuring the defendant is able to protect themselves first and foremost and not at beating the opponent. A realistic and practical approach forms the basis of his techniques, so the smaller and less physically dominant person is not at a disadvantage. Craig teaches the karate, jiu-jitsu, MMA and self-defense classes.


Tyler started his martial arts training at the age of three and a half. He has continued with karate to the present day, obtaining his fourth degree black belt. Tyler also has a purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and has competed in adult tournaments. He conveys the message that strength is not a prerequisite to succeed in martial arts. He has trained with Brazilian jiu-jitsu sensation Rob Drysdale, IFC welterweight champion Jay Herein, and legends Royler and Royce Gracie. Tyler`s almost twenty years of karate and nine years of jiu-jitsu experience is a valuable asset to our school. He teaches karate and jiu-jitsu, MMA and also does the ninja-tots program.


Amanda has over fifteen years of karate training and now holds a fourth degree black belt. She teaches the karate classes and the ninja-tots program. Her strength is in katas, in which she has competed and placed first and second. She is always very motivating, full of positive energy and welcomes everyone with a smile. Amanda is a full time student.