Louis Toledo, 10th Dan
Chief Instructor

97 Baker Street, Maplewood, NJ 07040

(973) 996-8066
info@maplewoodkarate.net

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Female instuctor Team
peggy

Peggy Excell

Shihan (Godan)

kim

Kim Simoniello

Sensei (Sandan)
Ellie

Eleanor Jaworski

Sensei (Nidan)
Jill

Jill Gergel

Sensei
charles

Charles Kliment

Sensei
Kevin

Kevin Evens

Sensei
John

John Guidera

Sensei


Teen instuctor Team
mason

Mason Stern

Sensei (Shodan)
justin

Justin Motsamoto

Sensei (Shodan)
gabe

Gabe Jaworski

Sensei (Shodan)

Instructors


Chief Instructor, Louis Toledo

10th Degree Black Belt

Louis
(Hanshi)

Louis is 58 years old, a father of five, four girls and one boy. Louis started his martial arts training in 1975 and holds multiple black belt degree’s in Japanese and Okinawan karate systems. Louis is a two time I.A.M.A Hall of famer where he received the Master Martial Arts Instructor of the year award two years in a row, 2008 and 2009. Louis was just resently awarded the Life Time Pioneer award

In May, 2010 Louis received the who’s who in the martial arts international pioneer award, for decades of martial arts commitment, dedication and production of fine upstanding students. Louis is a former full-contact karate competitor and a United Nations Champion. Louis is the founder of Shura Jutsu fighting arts.

Louis was inducted into the WHO’S WHO IN MARTIAL ARTS INTERMATIONAL HALL OF FAME, on November 20th 2010 he received the respected title of FOUNDER OF THE YEAR . More recently November 15, 2014 Louis was awarded the Life Time Pioneer award from the WHO’S WHO IN MARTIAL ARTS INTERMATIONAL HALL OF FAME making him a four-time hall of famer.

Master Peggy Excell re-entered karate training in 2011 at Maplewood Karate under Hanshi Toledo and was promoted to black belt in May of 2012.

Peggy began her karate training in Atlanta in Cuong Nhu, a Vietnamese style incorporating 7 different styles of martial arts, such as Shotokan and Jiu Jitsu. She studied there for 4 years. She also trained for several years in Moo Duk Kwan, a Korean style with a heavy focus on traditional Japanese karate, attaining the rank of senior red belt. Peggy now holds the rank of Godan (fith degree black belt under Hanshi Toledo)

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