Shotokan Karate Dojo

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Miran Reynolds began training in the martial arts in 1975. His first instructor had black belts in Kenpo and Shotokan. Miran Reynolds later trained in Goju Ryu Karate, and Wing Chun Kung Fu.

Eventually, Miran Reynolds began training with Charles J. Gray. Charles Gray Sensei trained in Shoto Kai and Shotokan. Miran Reynolds earned his first degree black belt and later earned his 2nd degree black belt under Charles Gray.

In 1980 Miran Reynolds began teaching martial arts. He has taught in Sacramento at the Way of Japan Karate School. During the time he also began training in Kenpo karate. He also taught when he was in the Air Force at Beale AFB, and at the Shotokan Karate Schools Inc. in Oroville, CA.  He has owned and operated previous karate dojos in Susanville, CA and in Alturas, CA.

In the 1980s Miran Reynolds studied Kenpo karate and earned a first degree black belt in this style.

Charles Gray Sensei later became the head of The U.S. Shinote Karate Association through the Shoto Kai. Charles Gray also had a sister organization called The U.S. National Karate Confederation Inc. Miran Reynolds then earned his third degree black belt under Charles Gray in 1990. Miran Reynolds holds black belts in Shinote, Shotokan, and Kenpo. He has placed in many martial art tournaments in California, Nevada, and Oregon. He was a member of the International Martial Arts Competitors Federation as a competitor and as an official. He was also a member of the Nevada Coalition of Martial Artists.

In recent years Miran Reynolds has taught several students privately for their senior project required for graduation. Since May, 2014 he has been teaching at the Shotokan Karate Dojo in Alturas, CA. He is affiliated with the Independent Karate Schools of America (IKSA) and with the Norther California Karate-Do Federation (NCKF). He is also the West Coast National Director for the U.S. Shinote Karate Association.


Independent Karate Schools of America

Northern California Karate-Do Federation

U.S. Shinote Karate Association

My instructor, Charles J. Gray.