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Dragon Martial Arts

Building Skills for Life at the Best Martial Arts School in the Midwest! 

Current and Former Students: Where are they now? 

David Tillery


3rd Degree Black Belt at Dragon Martial Arts


Studied at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine


"My time training at Dragon left me with no shortage of awesome memories. It also helped me to develop a sense of discipline that drives me to this day. It's easy to get things done when motivation is present, but discipline is the extra bit that guides you when motivation is nowhere to be found. Years have passed since my first black belt promotion, but I've come to realize that the skills you learn from practicing martial arts are lifelong. Looking back, I know that my discipline helped me to become a better doctor, husband, and father." 




Sean Maston


2nd Degree Black Belt at Dragon Martial Arts


2nd class petty officer. Boatswains Mate 2nd class.



"Growing up training at Dragon laid an undeniably solid and beautiful framework for a lifestyle where I demand excellence of myself. It helped me instill a sense of self confidence that allows me to dream big, to attack fear, and to grow as a person everyday. Reminding me every single day that passion is power and impossible is nothing."

"After my time at Dragon, I spent 6 years in the military, honorably discharged. I traveled / worked internationally. Currently I live in San Francisco, Ca.! My wok and passion is in fitness and health where I practice daily the life lessons I learned growing up at Dragon. I look back with nothing but gratitude and love for the wind that experience, and my family at Dragon, put in my sails." 




Rachel Metter


2nd Degree Black Belt at Dragon Martial Arts 


Studies Diagnostic Medical Sonography at 

Baker College


" I started at Dragon when I was just five years old. I wanted to start taking karate lessons because I thought that it looked fun and exciting. Looking back now, I never could imagine all of the skills and experiences I would gain from my time at Dragon. Not only did i receive physical training that helped teach me how to be fit and active, but I also learned how to be healthy mentally. I have been able to apply what I have learned to my academics, as well as in the workplace. As one might expect, I was taught respect and discipline. I also was trained on how to take constructive criticism and use it to better myself. I learned patience from putting in years of heard work to get my black belt. I was even given the chance to express my creative side when working on construction new forms. As I advanced, I had the opportunity to teach some classes which gave me the great leadership experience and helped me become more confident. The student creed says it best, at Dragon not only are you working on become a better martial artist, but the best person you can be."