Youth Martial Arts

Aikido Registration Required



Aikido is a traditional Japanese martial art which uses balancing and throwing techniques to disarm an opponent. Aikido is a purely defensive art, using circular movements to redirect the power of an opponent’s attack.

Butokukan Karate Registration Required



This form of martial arts comes from some of the fluid movements of the conventional Chinese styles, softening the traditional hard style from Okinawa.
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ChunJiDo Registration Required



With a strong foundation of traditional values, this class incorporates Taekwondo and Japanese/Okinawan forms. It also trains in areas of self-defense in the arts of Kempo, Jujitsu, and Hapkido.
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Hapkido Registration Required



This Korean martial arts class teaches self-defense using kicking, throwing, and joint-lock moves.
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Hapkido Drop-in Class



This Korean martial arts class teaches self-defense using kicking, throwing, and joint-lock moves. Hapkido means the way of coordinated power and is a ‘soft’ martial art, as it follows the circular and water principles.

Judo Registration Required



A Japanese martial art and Olympic sport emphasizing throwing and grappling techniques. Students learn to overcome stronger opponents through efficient use of balance, leverage, and movement.

Martial Arts Beginning Registration Required



Classes begin and end with warm-ups, stretching, and meditation. Participants learn beginning skills for striking, blocking, and movement in addition to proper falling techniques and practical self-defense techniques.
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Taekwondo Registration Required



A Korean art using hands and feet as a means of practical self-defense is recognized as the national sport of Korea as well as an Olympic sport.

Tang Soo do Karate Registration Required



Korean martial art emphasizing various blocks, punches, and kicking techniques to promote health, fitness, sport, and self-defense.
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