Tang Soo Do
Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean martial art. Tang Soo Do is an excellent program for developing self-discipline, confidence, and personal self-defense. A traditional martial art, Tang Soo Do focuses on striking (punches and kicks) together with basic throws and joint locks and forms (kata) to develop healthy, strong, confident people. Tang Soo Do is an excellent system of self-defense.
Jiu Jitsu is a Brazilian system of ground grappling. Made famous by the Gracie family, Jiu Jitsu focuses on the use of technique and leverage to allow students to defend themselves against a much larger and stronger opponent. An excellent form of exercise and self-defense, Jiu Jitsu is a great stand alone martial art or addition to any striking art. It develops core strength, self confidence and the ability to remain calm under pressure in a manner unlike any other martial art.
Hapkido is a traditional Korean martial art that focuses on throws and joint locks. With strong connections to Judo and Aikido, Hapkido uses leverage and redirection to unbalance an attacker. Designed to control, unbalance and subdue an attacker, Hapkido is an excellent addition to both Tang Soo Do and Jiu Jitsu.
Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese martial art that uses slow, intentional, and soft movements to produce strong bodies and calm minds. Tai Chi is an excellent method of rehabilitating life's physical and mental aches and pains. The Yang Long Form is taught at Chosen Martial Arts Academy and is a fun, relaxing way to grow physically and personally.