Since 1980


Authentic Korean & Chinese Martial Arts Studies

40 years of experience

Traditional Martial Arts
Tang Soo Do - Chen Tai Chi - Gung Fu - Chi Gung - Boxing


The Path To Black Belt - Private One on One or Private Group Only 

Tang Soo Do is an ancient martial art which originated 2,000 years ago in Korea. It is a method of empty hand, foot and weapon fighting; based on the scientific use of the body in self-defense using the principles of yielding, circular motion, and penetration. Although the system has adjusted to the physical needs of modern lifestyles the techniques and philosophy are still taught as they were in ancient times. Most of all, this mysterious art is designed to develop individual character, mental strength, integrity, and respect for others.

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Introduction to Karate for Kids
Starting October 4th - age 6 - 10
Tue 4:30pm to 5:00pm & Thur 4:30pm to 5:00pm

"6 week course - $150.00"


As parents, we want our children to live a happy and healthy life. A healthy life means guiding them to incorporate healthy, lifelong habits, including daily physical activity. The current H.H.S. “Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans” recommends for children ages 6-17, 60 minutes of daily moderate to vigorous physical activity.

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Tang Soo Do | Tai Chi | Gung Fu | Kido Kickboxing | Meditation | Bully Prevention | Self - Defense

Tang Soo Do’s ranking system is used to validate the completion of curriculum for each rank received. This includes training hours, physical technique’s, terminology, forms, self defense and fighting techniques.


White Belt to Orange Belt

10th - 7th gup


Green  Belt 6th - 4th gup

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Red Belt 3ed - 1st gup

TSD - See Course Outline

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Tai Chi - Gung Fu - Chi Gung

Chen Wang Ting (1580-1660), a Ming Dynasty officer is the founder of Chen Tai Chi. He was an accomplished martial artist and famous for his skills and defensive maneuvers in combat. He studied and used the 32 postures of General Qi Jiguang He and recorded them in his well-known “Canon of Boxing”. Chen Wang Ting incorporated the philosophy of Tao Teh Ching, the ancient Dao Yin exercises, Tuns exercises along with the theory of Chi flow through the body. This series of sophisticated movements and unique synthesis became the birth of all Tai Chi styles.


Chen Tai Chi uses hard and soft, fast and slow movements that can be used for offense and defense. The postures of Tai Chi are bound by the rule of continuous movement-action upon reaction, reaction upon action. Tai Chi is moving meditation which improves mental focus and quietness, reduces stress, improves balance, flexibility and overall health.

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