At Kempo Academy, our mission is to provide the tools and information our students need to succeed, even beyond karate.

Meet our Instructors

George Wolff

Chief Instructor - 2nd Degree Black Belt

VP of New Development for Kempo Academy of the Martial Arts

Sensei George Wolff is the owner, manager and head instructor of the Kempo Academy of Ridgefield. He has been studying martial arts since 2000 and joined the Kempo Academy organization in 2013; he has been under the guidance of Master Scott Craigue ever since. Soon after Sensei Wolff completed the Instructors College for the teaching of Martial arts (ICMA, 2014) he received his 1st Degree Black Belt in August 2014 followed by his 2nd Degree Black Belt in August 2016, both in Chinese Kempo. Sensei Wolff for years has served the Kempo Academy organization teaching various after schools programs throughout Fairfield County for towns including Westport, Darien, Fairfield, Ridgefield and Wilton.

Presently, Sensei Wolff operates his school in Ridgefield along with teaching Kempo Karate at multiple preschools, private schools and public schools in the Ridgefield area. Among Sensei Wolff's many tournament accomplishments, one of the most prestigious awards include a 2nd place title at the National U.S. Open Tournament in 2006 for the sparring division. Sensei Wolff continually strives to better himself not only in the martial arts but also, in teaching young children by continually educating himself to become a better instructor. Sensei Wolff is currently nationally ranked as a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Chinese Kempo and TaeKwonDo. He is also working toward his Black Sash in Tam Tui Wah Lum Kung Fu.