Hapkido is a dynamic traditional Martial Art which teaches effective self defence in a fun and safe environment. Suitable for men, women and kids of all ages it encourages strength, flexibility, discipline and self respect all whilst learning skills that will stay will you for life.
Often the hardest part about starting a Martial Art is actually starting. Many people always want to start but may find it a bit scary or intimidating. Or they say that "I need to work on my fitness or flexibility first"....Read more
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HAPKIDO MARTIAL ARTS
Hapkido is a dynamic traditional Martial Art which teaches effective self defence in a fun and safe environment. Suitable for men, women and kids of all ages it encourages strength, flexibility, discipline and self respect all whilst learning skills that will stay will you for life. Visit our website , see our 3 session trial pass option.
Often the hardest part about starting a Martial Art is actually starting. Many people always want to start but may find it a bit scary or...Read more
Hapkido is a martial art that is fun and challenging and can be studied by all ages for both men and women.
Hapkido is a complete art of self defence and employs the philosophy of using minimal force to overcome an attack. Through Hapkido, you will train your body, mind and spirit to achieve self confidence and self control.
Pittwater Hapkido is a family friendly branch of the Australian Hapkido Association and classes are conducted by Master Kevin Brown 7th DegreeRead more
Welcome to Phoenix Martial Arts
Our mission at Phoenix Martial Arts (PMA) is to provide our students the ultimate Martial Arts experience. Since 2007 our professional and highly qualified staff have aimed to provide a wholistic approach to Martial Arts training, ensuring students are continually developing and are empowered to focus on achieving worthwhile goals, meeting lifes challenges with confidence and determination. Martial Arts is one of a few activities that brings together the energies...Read more
Martial Arts of Taekwondo for kids, or Hapkido for teens and adults.
Taekwondo teaches the athlete; respect, self-discipline, flexibility and fitness for growth and development. We also offer competition but it is not compulsory.
Hapkido uses the energy of an attack and redirects this to control this situation. It uses pressure points, joint techniques, throwing, kicking and striking. Hapkido also teaches weapon arts. It is very versatile.
SELF DEFENCE. IN THE END IT’S UP TO YOU!Read more
The Australian Hapkido Association was founded in 1980 by Grandmaster Matthew Sung Su Kim. There are many branches within the AHA which includes Narrabeen and Brookvale on the Northern Beaches.Read more
Learn Hapkido! Based in Wadalba we have classes for kid (4+), teens and adults. Our goal is to create a fun and safe environment to learn about the art and improve fitness. First class is free, send a message to see how we can cater to your goals.Read more
Overall rating: 5.0
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I've done a few martial arts before (taekwondo, karate and jiu jitsu) and Hapkido is probably my favorite because of kinetic. Instructors are super friendly and helpful, the community is awesome and the actual things we learn is also very good. You learn some things in the lower belts as a foundation for what you'll learn later on so if something seems ridiculous, it will make sense after a year. The moves are mostly very effective for real combat but like someone else said, half of them won't be allowed in MMA/UFC or in most controlled competitive settings as they could be deemed too dangerous or unfair. Some strikes are similar to muay thai, the kicks seem to be more effective and make for sense than taekwondo ones and the punches are, well punches. Basically normal boxing strikes with some chambering learnt. You will learn hand positioning and to have a good guard stance. Grappling learnt is from Jiu Jitsu and you do only learn a small percentage since you need to learn everything else but you learn enough to be able to ground fight someone and win with ease. The falling is useful but I personally find it super fun. I wish there was more sparring (we roll a lot as in grappling but not stand up sparring) since that's a good way to learn but we only do it once every 4 weeks or so. Overall super cool community and great martial arts teachings. Definitely recommend a lot.
Best Dojang Ever
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I am quite an experienced fighter. Did boxing for 2 years, did Muay Thai for about a year and a half and then tried Hapkido. I tried out at 1 or 2 Dojangs in Australia but none of them seemed anything amazing or game changing, BUT then theres Kinetic. Master Trent is a 5th dan black belt with a 2nd dan in taekwondo and purple belt in BJJ. Let me say that he is a great martial artist and instructor but all of the instructors are amazing and super friendly, encouraging and helpful. The moves they teach are insanely effective for real fights and make my boxing and muay thay experience seem like a joke wven though muay thai was still very good and boxing was very fun. Hapkido is a legendary art. I quite enjoy the falling (Catroll, backroll, sideroll, catroll into sidefall, catroll into backroll ect) and definetly works on hard surfaces most of the time. The hand strikes (punches, elbows, axes ect) are insanely hard hitting and deadly. One good shot would kill a fully grown man super easily. The kicks are amazing and powerful while being practical. Throws are unbelievably effective, joint locks are immensely painful and bone crushing and the overall fighting is 11/10, 100% PERFECT for real fights/self defense but maybe not as good for competition in a ring with protection, a crowd and a ref siince half of this is too deadly to be allowed. The instructors seem to focus a lot on fitness, strength and flexibility and I can already see myself doing a ridiculous amount of diamond/clap push ups with arm strength, leg strength, core strength ect improving by a lot. Flexibility has sky rocketed and fitness became way better. Very overpowered in a fight haha I'd feel bad for whoever broke into my house. Also the community is amazing and they have a very chill payment plan and don't seem to be money hungry at all which is nice but I've personally chosen to buy merch and stuff. Very good organisation, absolutely amazing Hapkido. Definitely recommend going in for a free trial.
Self defence Classes for Children, Teenagers and Adults. Mixed Martial Arts, Hapkido, Taekwondo, Karate, Judio, BJJ, Wing Chun, Weapons, Pressure Point Combat, Kyusho Jitsu. Fun and Friendly.
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