A Korean martial art system developed over 20 centuries ago,
is a body exercise designed for unarmed self-defense. It teaches discipline and
respect for yourself and others, while raising self-esteem and lowering anxiety.
Proper training increases stamina, builds and maintains muscle tone, and
channels internal and external energy toward constructive uses.
JUDO - A Japanese form of self
defense derived from Jujitsu, involving throwing, choking, arm locks, foot
sweeps, and ground fighting.
CAPOEIRA - (pronounced "Cap-w-eta") A
unique style which developed in Angola from a dance, was brought to Brazil over
400 years ago. Under the watchful eye of slave masters, African slaves
ingeniously transformed what was once a dance into a martial art. Capoeira
combines the grace of song and dance with the precision of attack and defense
movements, as well as stunning acrobatics.
JU TRAP BOXING - With roots in Small Circle Jujitsu, Ju Trap Boxing also incorporates fundamentals of Boxing, Jeet Kune Do and Filipino martial arts into a comprehensive, practical approach to self-defense. Ju Trap Boxing covers all fighting ranges. An emphasis is placed on understanding trapping and locking while moving and transitioning. Techniques are taught as drills that enhance muscle memory, timing, and ease of use.
KAJUKENBO - A blend of 5 Asian
martial arts forms.
SELF DEFENSE - This includes escape
techniques, take downs, submission holds, and power blows.