Renshi Imran Jaffer 

Renshi Imran is one of the Head Instructors at the Canadian Sport Martial arts Academy, he started Martial arts at 6 years old and has been training for over 20 years. Throughout his years of Martial arts he has travelled all over the world to compete and successfully trained over 10 World Champions and continues to train more students to accomplish their goals. When Renshi Imran isn't at CSMA, he normally loves spending time with his family and his dogs. His goal is to inspire and motivate others to be strong leaders of the next generation!



Renshi Ryan Ritchie

Renshi Ryan is one of our Head Instructors has been practicing Martial Arts since the age of 3 and has well over 20 years experience practicing and teaching martial arts. A world champion in traditional Japanese karate, Renshi Ryan has travelled the world pitting his skills against other martial artists and has helped numerous  world class students achieve their goals. Renshi Ryan strives to educate and inspire his students by leading from the front, always trying to provide a role model the embodies all of the aspect of a quality Black Belt. He loves helping others achieve their goals and become the best they can be!



Sensei Danny Campbell

Sensei Danny was born and raised in Scotland before moving to Canada at the age of six. A year later he was enrolled at the Canadian Sport martial Arts Academy to improve his focus and discipline and worked his way up from young white belt all the way to a Senior Black Belt Instructor. Sensei Danny has also travelled and competed all around the world, winning many medals in both Kickboxing and Karate, and achieving 3 world championship titles in point sparring. He carries this passion for combat into his teaching, and strives to give children the same love for martial arts he has, and teach them to become their best selves and smash their goals. Having grown up with ADHD and learning disabilities, He uses that experience to guide young students who may be experiencing similar issues and show them what they could become.