When I was younger, I've been studying Shaolin Kempo under Danny Masson in Verdun. I loved it a *lot*. But I moved in Deux-Montagnes and I believe she doesn't teach anymore. Now, I wan't to go back to my roots and study kempo once more... for good this time. I know of one Kempo teacher that I really like, but his school is in Beaconsfield, which is very far from where I live. I know there is also at least two Kempo schools/organizations in my region but I don't know if they are good: Kempo Karate Sunfuki (Nick Cerio's Kempo) and Serge Piché (a Student of Jean-Guy Angell which was a student of George Pesare) Are those any good? I believe that in the Jean-Guy Angell system, they don't have a curriculum as big as in the Nick Cerio's Kempo/Shaolin Kempo. But I'm not sure. I *do* like to learn a *lot* of techniques, that's what I like in Shaolin Kempo which teach "Numbered techniques", "Animals Techniques", Various Blocking system and such... I've heard that Ed Parker's Kempo also have a huge curriculum of techniques but I don't think they have schools in Quebec. Can someone help me find the best school for my tastes?