Meet Our Instructors

Master Keith Wilkes

5th Dan Kukkiwon
Master Wilkes began his Taekwondo training at the age of 15 within the International Taekwondo Federation in Denver, Colorado. A published author and speaker, he is one of the first 100 martial artists to pass the Instructor Certification requirements of the American Council on Martial Arts Instructor Certification program. Master Wilkes earned an A.S. in General Studies from Vincennes University in 1980 and a B.A. in Broadcast Communications with a minor in Psychology from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 1990. Besides the martial arts, he enjoys gardening, playing golf and spending time with his wife.

Shaun Clark

2nd Dan (Kukkiwon)
Originally starting with Fear Knot as a Little Ninja in 2005, Shaun had spent several years away training and fighting internationally. Ranked in the top 5 nationally and top 100 internationally in Taekwondo (Olympic) fighting, he returned to Fear Knot because this is where he started, and Taekwondo has been such an integral part of his life. Shaun has always enjoyed working with and being a role model for the students. When he’s not training or teaching, Shaun says he likes to sleep. Don’t we all.

Daniel Morris

1st Dan
Dan joins FEAR KNOT with a MBA from Eastern University. He also spent time in the marine corps and has background in law enforcement security and business management. A life-long dream of teaching martial arts led Dan to join the team. He especially enjoys working with younger students because of the impact martial arts had on him as a child. Outside of the school, Dan enjoys movies and cooking with his daughters, going to bookstores, tubing, shooting, & "lifting".

Junior Instructors

Mark Walter

2nd Dan Kukkiwon
A 9th grader at Elizabethtown Area High School, Mark has been with Fear Knot since he was a Little Ninja. He joined the instructor corps to teach the students not only martial arts skills but the skills they'll need outside the school to become successful adults. Mark also points out that Taekwondo training promotes good habits like responsibility and discipline. When he's out and about, Mark enjoys cycling, skateboarding, and taking the horse out for a ride.

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