Randy Hann - 5th Degree Black Belt
Mr. Hann began studying Karate in 1974 and has been a Black Belt since 1977. He offers classes in Napoleon (Parks/Recreation department) and the Bowling Green Community Center. He has also conducted classes at the University of Findlay, and at BGSU. He has worked with both adult and children programs and promoted numerous students to Black Belt rank. In addition to teaching regular classes, Mr. Hann has also developed and conducted womens only programs for purposes of self-defense and anti-rape training. Aside from teaching Karate, Hann has spent numerous hours studying grappling, tuite, and kata (both empty hand and weapons.) His classes focus on understanding of technique, and developing useful training methods. His students learn a manner of practicing Karate so that they can exercise, compete in tournaments (if they want to), and apply their knowledge in self-defense situations.

Pam Hann - 3rd Degree Black Belt
Mrs. Hann began studying Karate in 1984 at the University of Findlay. She achieved the rank of Black Belt in 1988 and currently is a 3rd Dan. She has been an assistant instructor for the Findlay children’s program, Napoleon Parks and Recreation, and BG Youth programs.  She currently co-instructs at Napoleon and BG.  Mrs. Hann has presented demonstrations at most Wood County schools, libraries, and various park events. She has also conducted self-defense seminars for women.