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Discipline. Dedication Desire. Top-notch martial arts training is available for everyone from beginner level to the competitive athlete. Programs for youth and adults.
Learn how to use your strength effectively, maintain cardiovascular fitness, improve flexibility and coordination. Embracing the mental and spiritual element of martial arts will improve the minds focus and enable you to develop self-control, build confidence and manage stress.
Aikido is a peaceful martial art developed in Japan 70 years ago. A warm, spiritual mood permeates the practitioners. Aikido is for everyone. It does not depend on physical strength, weight or height. You rely on your ability to blend with your partner's incoming energy to redirect it. It builds self confidence and teaches harmony of movement and defensive strategies that can be used when needed.
Top-notch martial arts training is available for everyone from beginner level to the competitive athlete! Our instructors place strong emphasis on self-discipline and building self-esteem. They will teach you how to use your strength effectively, maintain cardiovascular fitness, improve flexibility and coordination, as well as tone the muscular system.
Krav Maga is the most effective self-defense system offered today. Krav Maga is easily learned and implemented quickly. This system is accessible to anyone interested in learning self-defense techniques in aim to protect themselves and their surroundings.
Many Americans believe that Kung Fu is a term which describes a single martial art, much like Taekwondo, Judo, or Aikido. In reality, Kung Fu is a general term which includes hundreds of styles of Chinese martial arts. Some examples of Kung Fu styles are Long Fist, Eagle Claw, and Taiji Quan.
Qi = vital energy. Gong = method. QiGong means energy method or 'working with one's life force'.
QiGong is a powerful Chinese system of healing and energy medicine. It is a subtle art that combines breathing, controlled movement and meditation to circulate, cleanse and focus the Qi (Life Force) in the body. QiGong practice promotes physical well-being, mental tranquility and inner contentment.
Tae Kwon Do means: "The art of unarmed combat". The sport has been founded in Korea and is one of the popular modern martial arts. It is characterized by fast, high and spinning kicks. The objectives of Tae Kwon Do are to improve self confidence and self esteem; help to gain composure and self control; to improve concentration; to learn discipline and goal orientation; and to learn respect towards self and others.
Tai = big or great. Chi = ultimate energy.
Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise consisting of slow, beautiful, relaxed movements that develop a sense of balance and harmony between mind and body.
Say goodbye to sweating, puffing and panting and say hello to feel cool, calm, refreshed and energized.