Classes We Offer:




Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do is both an ancient Korean Martial Arts, and a modern international Olympic sport. Tae Kwon Do is a mental and physical discipline perfected for over 2000 years with the ultimate goal of enhancing the mental and physical well-being and health of the student. Tae Kwon Do serves as a means of self protection, giving one the assurance of being able to do so if the need arises. Our program is styled to keep the body conditioned, and the mind clear. It provides confidence and self control.




Kum Do

Kum Do, or Asian fencing is over 3000 years old, and was at first practiced only by Korean royalty. Kum Do, teaches you how to protect yourself effectively with a stick, cane, umbrella, or other such everyday items. Kum Do, is neither a martial art nor sport, but a spiritual discipline. It's purpose is to settle the problems of life both physical and mental.




Hap Ki Do

Hap Ki Do is a Korean form of self defense that utilizes joint locks and pressure points. Hap Ki Do techniques are to absorb the force of an attacker and turn that force against the attacker. Hap Ki Do is the "soft or gentle" martial art of Korea and is taught along with the traditional Tae Kwon Do.




Classes For Children

We specilize in teaching children starting at 2 years old. Our intention is to make children feel good about themselves, and be in physical and mental control. Our teaching methods are sensitively tailored to meet the needs of individual learning differences. All children are taught at thier own pace and are never pressured to perform beyond their capabilities.




Families And The Martial Arts

It is one of the most beautiful things in the world to watch parents and children training side by side. Parents glow at their children's accomplishments...like the execution of a good side kick, or the breaking of their first board. The greater satisfaction, however, comes from the bond of love, friendship, understanding, and repect that develops between parent and child. Both parents and children share in each others hardships and accomplishments. Parents feel younger, healthier, and greatly fulfilled, and their children become more mature, confident and well behaved. Families in the Martial Arts are very fortunate indeed!