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Note: You can also Contact The American Institute of Kenpo to register of this class.

CPR & First Aid

The American Institute of Kenpo provides an annual CPR & First Aid Class every February.


This class is taught by Lee Muscarella, a Battalion Chief with Golder Ranch Fire District, and his son Shay Muscarella who are both senior AIK Black Belt. In addition to being senior AIK Black Belts, these two exceptional men are fire fighters, paramedics, and comedians (or at least they think they are). For decades these men have been providing valuable life saving training to our instructors, friends, and families.


This CPR & First Aid Class provides participants American Heart Association certification. In addition to teaching the required information, Lee and Shay Muscarella are able to incorporate stories of their real life experiences providing valuable context seldom found in other classes. All this combined with their sense of humor makes this a must attend class that is fun, informative, and extremely entertaining.

Class Requirements:

Must be 12 years old


Saturday, February 8th, 2025


Starts at 1:00pm


The American Institute of Kenpo
7320 N. La Cholla Blvd. #164
Tucson, AZ 85741


$50.00 per participant

  • Make sure to fill out a registration form and submit it to AIK.

  • Wednesday, February 22nd is the last day to register for the class this year.




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Last Updated On

February 10th, 2024

12:00 PM

Class Reviews

Monica Chavez

Whenever the time comes for me to renew my CPR & First Aid credentials, I do not hesitate to sign up for the course taught by Lee & Shay Muscarella. It is thorough, on point, fast paced, and engaging. 


As a bonus, I get to join my friends and colleagues in the Kenpo community, of which the Muscarellas belong, making the time entertaining and fun. I highly recommend this course.

~ Trinity Johnson

The CPR training really focuses on the big picture. Shay and Mr Muscarella both are fun teachers. They go through how to approach a person that might have a problem and how to deal with said person. They always emphasize that safety is the most important part especially for yourself. They welcome questions and walk through scenarios with you. And they also play music to help you catch a rhythm when practicing CPR.

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