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Evolution Training
from 23 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 29 hires on Thumbtack
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Ryan S.
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Very flexible with schedule. Can help identify problems with form and swing immediately. Has great deals on packaged lessons. I signed up for 10 lessons, completed my first, and look forward to finishing the rest and getting a lot better! I will probably sign up for more in the future.

Jessica Nguyen
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  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
James H.
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Jessica is great! She's patient, knowledgeable, and fun to be around. My lessons with her have quickly become something I look forward to week to week. If you're thinking about getting into martial arts at all I would highly recommend cantacting Jessica!


I take a very personal approach to each student, and capitalise on their individual strengths. I provide a variety of options that will give each new pupil a chance to discover what suits them best. The martial arts are a passion of mine, and I hope that shows in every lesson. It is my privilege to share them with every pupil, and teach them something extraordinary.


My work stands out from others because I am willing to travel to my students agreed upon location. Most Sifu (Kung fu teachers) require the students to travel to their place of business. Also, I have a keen sense of detail, that when mixed with the students determination and training regiment places my students kung fu abilities above many. I enjoy most teaching my student and watching them become fluent in self defense and ving tsun Kung fu


I teach firearms, CCW, pistol, shotgun, rifle, personal self-defense/subject control, chemical agents OC, and impact weapons (collapsible baton) as well as women's self-defense using the Pro-Tect curriculum as well as being a personal protection agent.


How is HWA RANG DO different from Karate or Tae Kwon Do? HWA RANG DO has been compared to Tai Chi and Chi (Qi) Gung due to it focus on breathing techniques and therapeutic exercises. Because of it’s throws and deflection techniques it has been compared to Aikido, HapKido and Ju-Jitsu; and because it had kicks and punches it has been compared to Tae Kwon Do and Karate. But Hwa Rang Do is all of that and more; it has been called a “complete martial art”.

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