Meet the Team

Our team of instructors has a combined total of over 30 years of experience teaching individual and group lessons. 

  1. Mr. Breshears
    Mr. Breshears
    Mr. Breshears began taking lessons at the age of four. In 2000, he achieved his junior black belt and then in 2005 earned his adult black belt. He currently holds a 4th degree black belt.
  2. Ms. Breshears
    Ms. Breshears
    Ms. Breshears is currently a 3rd degree black belt. She has been instructing since 2005. She achieved her junior black belt before completing the adult system. She also competed in the Long Beach International Karate Championships in 2008 where she received a first place in self-defense and in sparring. Now teaching students these skills, she believes that Kenpo is both a lifestyle, and a complex art that one can study for a lifetime.
  3. Mr. Koch
    Mr. Koch
    Mr. Justin Koch began his martial arts career when he moved to Idaho in 2002. He then began taking lessons at Idaho Kenpo in 2005. Mr. Koch achieved his junior black belt and is currently a 2nd degree Black Belt. He believes Kenpo is a good way to stay active and keep a positive outlook. Mr. Koch is always willing to aid any student and help them grow and is constantly gaining new knowledge to aid students. He loves studying and teaching Kenpo.
  4. Ms. Schroeder
    Ms. Schroeder
    Mrs. Lisa Schroeder began training Kenpo Karate in 2012, with the goal of learning self-defense. She believes that practicing Kenpo has given her mental focus, self-confidence, discipline, and has helped her reduce work stress. She trains with her two youngest daughters, and they continue to have fun and grow together while working hard to achieve their Kenpo goals. Mrs. Schroeder teaches youth group classes, and loves helping students learn Kenpo and watching them grow into future leaders!


Mr. Hagood

Mr. Hagood began his marital arts study in 1980 by taking lessons during his lunch-hour at a park. When his ambitions took him to the tournament ring, he was discouraged by the level of training he was receiving. He decided to seek a more professional approach to his martial arts training. That search lead him to the Idaho Karate Kung Fu Association in 1981. He achieved his black belt in 1987.

Mr. Dye

Mr. Dye began his Kenpo career in the Fall of 1972 at the Dave Hebler's Kenpo Karate Studio in Glendora, California, which is about 15 miles east of Mr. Parker's historic Pasadena Studio. Mr. Dye was instructed by Mr. Jim Thompson who was a fourth degree black at that time. After 18 months of sheer determination and hard work, Mr. Dye obtained the rank of Black Belt from Grand Master Parker in 1974.