Welcome To Pineda’s Kenpo Karate



Kenpo Karate

Is an American form of martial arts that uses 80% hands and 20% feet techniques for self-defense.  It emphasizes street self-defense for men¸ women¸ and children. Read More.

Student Portal Is Now Open:

Ever forgot part of a form or a technique? Students now have the opportunity to watch techniques and forms online here. The student portal is an additional aid to the class room to help in getting ready for a test or a tournament. Ask Sifu Jim for details about signing up. Print your registration form Click Here.

Tournament Season:

April 1st: Inter-School Tournament Location: Lincoln Middle School.
Scenes from the Inter-School

Congratulations to Jesse Kniep, Karson Hanson, Pam Rael, Austin Collar, and Trenton Collar for winning Grand Champion.

April 22nd: 31st Annual Western Montana Karate Classic. Location: Missoula Montana. Click Here for Tournament Information.

April 29th: Cowboy State Games. Location: Casper College, Casper Wyoming, Liesinger Hall Gym
Click Here to print your registration form or Click Here for online registration.

The Promotions Keep Coming

Congratulations to: Austin Collar (Blue Belt), Logan Giles (Yellow Belt), Niki Liscomb (Yellow Belt), Damon Summa (Yellow Belt), Garrett Gilmore (Blue Belt), Dennis Laughlin (Yellow Belt), Karson Hansen (Orange Belt), Andrew Bozner (Orange Belt), Christian Oswald (Purple Belt), Cole Gilmore (Blue Belt), Devin Bobbitt (Blue Belt), Pam Rael (Purple Belt), Courtney Wilde (Yellow Belt)

Everyone give all these students a big hand. Since December 2016 through March 2017, Team Pineda has had 20 students promote to the next belt level. Great Job all, keep up the hard work.

Promotions Photos

Family Karate Class: Hard Work Paying Off

Niki Liscomb and Dennis Laughlin joins, Michelle Bozener and her husband Karl Bozener as the first yellow belts from the Family Karate Class. The family class started in October 2016 and the hard work from the students is paying off. If you or a family member would like to check things out? Come out on Wednesday evenings from 5:45 to 6:45. Lots of fun for the whole family.