Roz Curran

  • 1st Degree Black Belt – Bok Fu Do
  • 1st Tuan Black Sash – The World Kuoshu Federation
  • Instructor Level 3 - International Bok Fu Do Association
  • Began Training: November 1996

 

Represented the United States Team in Forms and Weapons World Competition:

  • 2012 – 4th TSKSF World Championships, Malaysia

 


Represented John Ozuna's KO Kung Fu in National Competition:

  • 2014 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2013 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2012 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2010 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2009 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2008 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2007 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2006 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
  • 2005 - International Koushu Championships, Baltimore, MD
 

Awards & Recognitions:

  • Inducted into the Order of the Cobra - 2012
  • Inducted into the Bok Fu Do Hall of Fame - 2012
  • Gold Medal - Advanced Senior Kenpo Weapon – TWKSF World Championships, Malaysia - 2012
  • Tournament Coordinator for numerous regional Kuoshu Tournaments
  • K.O. Kung Fu Karate “Outstanding Performance” – 2009
  • K.O. Kung Fu Karate “Instructor of the Year” – 2007
  • “Outstanding Support & Enthusiasm” - From KO Parents - 2004


Brief Bio:

Roz Curran began her Bok Fu Do training in 1996. Never having had an interest in martial arts, it was watching her sons train at K.O. Kung Fu Karate that sparked her interest. Roz and her husband Tom began introductory lessons together in November 1996 under the guidance of Master John Ozuna. What began as a sport and family activity became a life changing journey. For Roz, teaching has been a means of giving back. Helping students go beyond their comfort zone and realize goals they had once seen as unattainable, continues to motivate her as an instructor. She has the deepest regard and respect for her teacher, Master John Ozuna, who has taught her to be comfortable outside her comfort zone, to view challenges as gifts leading to self improvement, and most importantly that martial arts is a way of life.