Mark Kline is a professional martial artist specializing in the study of Kyusho Jitsu (Pressure Point Fighting) as related to martial arts, not for health, but for real life protection. Mark Kline founded Kaizen Martial Arts in 1992 under the name State of the Arts Karate. At that time the specialized blend of Ryukyu Kempo, Small Circle Jujitsu and Modern Arnis was truly State of the Art. Always the student, Kline is constantly refining his techniques having trained with some of the world's leading martial arts masters. He is the first person in the world to hold Individual Black Belt Ranks from George Dillman, Wally Jay and the late Remy Presas. Since 1996, Master Kline has trained people in the following countries this ancient method of martial arts: Italy, England, Scotland, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Slovenjia, France, Australia, and Denmark. In 2002 he was part of a body guarding detail, hired by the United States Olympic Committee, to watch over the US Jr. Team at the Jr. World Fencing Championships, held in Kemer, Turkey. Master Kline has 25 DVD's and 1 book that have been distributed world-wide. Master Kline has appeared several times on the cover and inside several national and international magazines and was inducted into a martial arts Hall of Fame in 1993 for Martial Arts Dedication.