Teaching the arts of:
Kosho Shorei Ryu Kempo
Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iaijutsu
21 N Centre St | Pottsville PA 17901

Driscoll Biography

Jeff Driscoll has been a student of the martial arts for 35 years. He has been the owner and chief instructor of the Driscoll Institute of the Martial Arts since 1986. Knowing that in order to be a good instructor, one needs to remain a student, Driscoll has sought out and trained under some of the finest instructors in the U. S.. Driscoll currently holds various degrees of black belt, in arts such as Kosho Ryu Kempo, Ryu Kyu Kempo Karate, Eishin Ryu Iaijutsu (Japanese swordsmanship), and Tae Kwon Do.

Since 1980, Jeff Driscoll has spent his life studying and training in the disciplines of the martial arts. He has spent a great deal of time traveling around the country, and has studied under such well-known martial arts teachers, as Master George Dillman of PA, Shihan Tony Annesi of Boston, MA, as well as his current teachers, Hanshi Bruce Juchnik, the 22st generation Headmaster of Kosho Ryu Kempo of Sacramento, CA and Hanshi Masayuki Shimabukuro of San Diego, CA, and Shihan Carl Long of Wilkes-Barre, PA. In 2005, Driscoll spent time in Japan, training and meeting Hanshi Takeyuki Hidefusa Miura, the 20th generation Grandmaster of Eishin Ryu swordsmanship, as well as visiting many historical martial arts sites.

In 2010, Jeff Driscoll was given the title of Kyoshi by Hanshi Bruce Juchnik, the current Headmaster of Kosho Ryu Kempo. .

In 2010, Driscoll Sensei published his first book, Ultimate Kempo: the Spirit and Tehnique of Kosho Ryu, which delves into the principles and concepts of the art of Kosho Ryu, as well as the philosophical principles which can lead to a more fulfilling life.

Jeff Driscoll has dedicated his life to teaching people how to enhance their lives through the philosophies of the martial arts. Driscoll truly believes that training in the arts instills the qualities of respect, discipline, enhanced focus. concentration, honor, and goal setting.
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