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I practice Martial Art for almost 40 years - 7 of them with Master Kim. His expertise is outstanding, his skills absolutely amazing and he is one of the kindest and most patient person I have ever met. Whatever level you are - he will make you better, brings the best out of you, helps you with confidence issues, self defense, weight loss, fitness and you will have fun as well! He is a wonderful teacher for kids, too. With him they will learn social skills, discipline, self control, respect and how not to be bullied in school - all this with fun, laughter and playtime. The prizes are very reasonable and he will accommodate to your busy schedule - the entire family is welcome to practice together. His school is beautiful, clean, spacious and easy to reach. You can bring small kids too, he has a play room for them. If you are a Martial Artist and already a Black Belt: he will bring you to high performance and you will learn from one of the best!
Dynamic Self-Defense is a mixed martial art taken from both traditional martial arts and modern military combatives. Our curriculum is designed to teach practical self-defense to civilians, regardless of past martial arts training, age or physical ability.
'On The Defense' provides discreet hands -on defensive security training for our clients.
I work with anyone training in physical health of the body through cardiovascular endurance and strength training including low resistance to high resistance. Whether your preference is to lose weight, build or tone muscle, improve cardio health or increase flexibility, I can help. I am also trained in yoga and tai chi for low-impact and flexibility training. I am certified to teach a variety martial arts such as tae kwon do, karate, judo, fencing, and professional wrestling.
Do jung ishu (Mandarin Chinese for "The Art of Fighting") provides fighters with a style-less style, unburdened by tradition or useless techniques and absorbed in a high-intensity environment that incorporates a great deal of live drills and sparring. Inspired by the philosophies of Jeet Kune Do, DJI takes the effective elements of various martial arts (wing chun sticky hands, TKD and tang soo do kicks, boxing punches, fencing footwork, savate low-line kicks, judo throws, muay Thai elbows and knees, and so forth) and modifies them so that they are realistic, utterly efficient, and full contact. That sort of adaptation informs all of DJI -- adaptation of each technique to each student, adaptation of each class to each group of students, and adaptation of each fighter to each opponent. The ultimate goal is to be able to apply one's fighting skills in moment-to-moment adaptations within a fight. A few reach that point, but those that do understand the freedom of true fighting in a way that stylists never can.