Our Instructors and Staff
Senior Master Chris Miller, Owner and Master Instructor
I started on this journey of Martial Arts in Junior High, studying the art of Jeet Kune Do and Taekwondo. Since then, I have trained in various styles for over 20 years. I have a 7th Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and a 7th Degree Black Belt in Kajukenbo.
Overall, I am a well-rounded instuctor that will provide you with a safe and knowledgeable training environment. I am passionate about sharing my Martial Arts knowledge with those wanting to learn and grow in this amazing art.
Along with the vast knowledge I have in Martial Arts, I am also associated with organizations (Global Taekwondo Association, Shinjimasu, AOK, KOA) that will provide many opportunities for your advancement and reaching of goals.
Master Miller has been nominated and inducted into the Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame for 2013 Instructor of the Year, the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame for 2013 School and Instructor of the Year, the Global Taekwondo Association Hall of Fame for 2015 Instructor of the Year, and the Universal
Martial Arts Hall of Fame for 2018 Martial Artist of the Year.
Stephanie Miller, Owner and Membership Director
I want to welcome you into our school as a member of our family. My goal is to ensure that you are always informed of the activities and great things we have going on. I am always available for any and all questions that you may have.
Stephanie has been awarded 2015 Administrator of the Year from the Global Taekwondo Association and Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
Master Andrew Miller, Master Instructor
I started in Taekwondo when I was 11 years old. I was a very active boy, and needed something to help me learn control and discipline. Taekwondo soon became a very important part of my life, I found that I had a great passion and infinity for it. Throughout the years, I have studied other arts to enhance my Taekwondo. I am currenlty a 4th Degree Black Belt. My passion is for teaching traditional Taekwondo and developing the art within my students. I enjoy sharing my knowledge and like to see the growth in each student as they find their passion in this great art. My goal is to be a mentor and guide to everyone who steps into our building.
Mr. Andrew has been awarded 2013 Instructor of the Year from the Global Taekwondo Association.
Emily Ingalls, Master Instructor
I am a 4th Degree Black Belt and one of the Lead Instructors at Champions Way. I am also a 1st Degree Black Belt in Kajukenbo. I found Taekwondo at the age of 10. At the age of 14, I earned my 1st Degree Black Belt in the ITF. I earned my 2nd Degree Black Belt at the age of 16. I moved to Texas shortly after and started training under the WTF, earning myself a 1st Degree Black Belt at 17. I decided to turn my passion of sports and fitness into my career. I have a Bachelors of Exercise and Sport Science with a Minor in Business from Texas State University - San Marcos. I have a Masters in Sports Management from LSU and a Masters in Business Administration from Texas State University - San Marcos. I worked in the health and fitness industry for 10 years as a Certified Personal Trainer, group exercise instructor, and Program Coordinator. After having my 4 children, I decided to stay home and raise them. In 2015, I enrolled my two oldest boys at Champion's Way Martial Arts. A few months later, I began training in Taekwondo again and haven't looked back.
Emily has been nominated and inducted into the Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame for 2018 Instructor of the Year.
Candice Miller, Lead Instructor
I started Taekwondo at the age of 12, with the goal of being able to defend myself. What started as taking some classes for basic learning, turned into a passion for Taekwondo and the drive to get a Black Belt. I am now a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo and a 1st Degree Black Belt in Kajukenbo. I am so blessed and honored to be an instructor. I love to help others and absolutely love children. I want to do everything I can to help them in achieving their goals and becoming the best they can be.
Eathan Tapia, Junior Instructor
Danny Link, Junior Instructor