Scott Morisset

3rd Degree Senior Instructor

Scott began his Arakan journey in 2001 when he was looking for a new style of martial art.

With focus and discipline Arakan has helped transform Scott's life and he loves dedicating his time and energy to helping others achieve the same. Scott is a very deep, intense, and passionate Instructor who loves sharing Arakan with everyone.

As an Instructor, Scott is incredibly patient and loves coaching his students to get the very best out of them. Scott loves to have a laugh, however he instils an intensity, focus and discipline during training to ensure he gets the very best out of his students. He loves pushing them beyond their perceived limitations and how this then transfers to them pushing through blocks and challenges they may have in their life.

Scott's students greatly benefit from his wealth of wisdom and knowledge from over two decades of training, along with his intensity, passion and commitment to Arakan. He is a passionate and committed Instructor who is always their for his students, and loves watching how Arakan transforms the their lives. He loves finding new ways to pass on his knowledge, ensuring his student understand and embody their new found techniques, skill sets and lessons.

He loves to train hard and imbues speed, precision and power and loves pushing himself during each and every lesson. Scott believes he is a student first and foremost, always open to learning and growing. His technical prowess, along with his intensity and passion make him a formidable Instructor, which he then loves to pass on to his students.

Some of Scott's greatest Arakan achievements to date are being awarded Instructor of the Year, seeing some of his best students grade their Orange Belts and becoming a Regional Manager for Melbourne. He believes it is a privilege to be a personal student of the Chief Instructor and learning from him each week and in turn, be able to teach this amazing art to others.

As a dedicated family man, when Scott is not training or teaching, he is spending time with his family going on adventures and creating memories with them.

Student Testimonials

Scott is an awesome instructor, he is one of the many reasons I train. Scott is an asset to Arakan Martial Art and a credit to dedication and determination.
Marcia Neaves

Thank you Scott you have helped shape the person I am today. I have changed exceptionally as a person and a woman thanks to Scott and his eternal patience and interest in my training.
Tracey McMahon

Scott has continually enabled me to remain interested in Arakan and has done this by motivation and by being able to continually deliver a completely different dynamic to a lesson that fascinates one into really looking forward to the next lesson, Thank you Scott.
Evan Zikos

Just love my lessons with Scott really hard work, but such fun. Scott considers my fitness level always and pushes me to do better each lesson.
Linda Frazer

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"Both my boys 8yr & 4yr have been training Arakan for some time now. They enjoy their lessons immensely Arakan teaches them discipline, focus & respect. I highly recommend their junior program for both boys and girls."

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