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Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do is a traditional Korean martial art that teaches more than physical fighting skills. Currently being enjoyed by millions of students from all over the world, it is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing the spirit and life through the training of both body and mind. Today, it has become a global sport that has gained an international reputation and stands among the official games in the Olympics. Grandmaster Soengkono was taught directly by the Founder of Tae Kwon Do.

Beginner Classes:

Mondays

  • 6pm – 7pm (Teens & Adults)

Tuesdays

  • 6pm – 7pm (Kids)
  • 7:30pm – 8:30pm (Adult)

Wednesdays

  • 6pm – 7pm (Kids & Adults)

Thursdays

  • 6pm-7pm (Kids)
  • 7:30pm – 8:30pm (Adult)

Fridays

  • 6pm – 7pm (Adv. Kids & Adults)

 

Aikido

The Japanese martial art of Aikido is a comprehensive system of throwing, joint-locking, striking and pinning techniques, coupled with training in traditional Japanese weapons such as the sword, staff and knife. Founded in the twentieth century but following teachings that can be traced all the way back to the Samurai of old, Aikido represents a potent distillation of centuries of Japanese martial knowledge. It is one of the most widely practiced budo, or martial way, in the world.

Beginner Classes:

Mondays 6pm – 7pm

Wednesdays 8pm – 9pm

Fridays 6pm – 7pm

Pentjak Silat

Referring to many traditional fighting styles of Indonesia, the birthplace of our Grandmaster, Pentjak Silat is a combative martial art that is intensely practical, deeply philosophical and incorporates strikes, locks, and various weapons, such as the knife, bamboo sticks, karambit, etc. Known as among the “deadliest of martial arts”, Pentjak Silat is a reality-based system of combat that Grandmaster Soengkono taught to the Special Airborne Brigade and the Indonesian Army Commando Elite units.

Beginner Classes

Tuesdays 7pm -8pm

Wednesdays 7pm – 8pm

Saturdays 3pm – 4:30pm

Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese martial art that incorporates the Taoist principles of Yin and Yang to develop a healthy body and tranquil mind. Often seen as a gentle method of fitness, Tai Chi is never-
the-less a martial art in the truest sense, and we are fortunate that much of Grandmaster Soengkono’s teaching comes from the time when he learned Tai Chi in a monastery when he was a Buddhist Monk.

Beginner Classes

Tuesdays 6pm – 7pm

Wednesdays 6pm -7pm

Saturdays 2pm – 3pm

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