TWEED VALLEY HAPKIDO
Tweed Valley Hapkido offers a long establish Hapkido School in the Tweed Valley. Located at
Tweed Valley Hapkido has been established in the Tweed Valley for over 30 years & continues to grow stronger.
Tweed Valley Hapkido is affiliated with the Ryki Hapkido Australian Federation.
Tweed Valley Hapkido are members of Martial Arts Australia.
Tweed Valley Hapkido offers fitness & weight lost program, latest in sport since physio exercises helping with injured Joints & Muscles .
Tweed Valley Hapkido Instructors are excellent in problem solving when it comes to training, our instructors enjoy teaching & working with students. Offering a safe & friendly training environment. All of our Instructors hold a level 2,3 or 4 Instructor certification, Instructors are required to have a working with children clearance & police checks.
Tweed Valley Hapkido Instructors are credited First aid officer.
Hapkido is a dynamic Korean Martial Art that employs:
* Painful Joint-Locks
* Powerful Punches & Kicks
* Pressure Point Attacks
* Defence against any attacks
* Dynamic Throws
* Spectacular Break falling
* Grappling & Groundwork
* Vast arrangements of Weapons:
Sword, Bo-staff & Short stick, Fan, Walking-Cane, Korean Kendo & Rope
* Self Discipline & self Confidence
* Stress Relief & Meditation
Hapkido is for all ages, shape or size this art accommodates every individual no matter who you are.
Tweed Valley Hapkido offers regular training programs at different levels of exercise from low impact to high intensity work out, which will help you to achieve your goal.
Tweed Valley Hapkido we will assist you with every level of training & fitness, all of our instructors are credited holding a high certification level of excellence.
With regular training you'll gain self discipline over your mind & body this will help you with confidence in your self & with others.
Tweed Valley Hapkido also offer help in Stress Relief, with regular training, breathing & meditation we can help you to over come the stress of every day occurrences.
ABOUT HAPKIDO'S FOUNDERS
There is lots of controversy about Dojunim Choi Yong Sool life, this article is a brief description on how modern day Hapkido started. For more of an exact version click on the links below.
Choi Yong-sool - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Korea Hapkido Federation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At a young age Choi Yong Sool was taken to Japan by a Japanese merchant. (When Japan invaded Korea it was customary to take young Korean boys back to Japan so they could be used as servants or to be adopted by rich Nobel-men or both). Choi ended up in a orphanage run by Buddhist monks, this is where Choi was introduce to Takeda Sōkaku & was adopted into Takeda's family & given a Japanese name. Yoshida Asao 吉田朝男. Takeda was regarded as either the restorer or the founder of the art, Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu. Choi Yong Sool studied Daito Ryu Aiki Jujutsu for 30 Years under Takeda.
After world war ll Choi moved back to Korea & settled down in South Korea where he started a Martial art school called Daehan Hapki Yu Kwon Sool Dojang (Hangul: 대한 합기 유권술 도장),
Ji Han-Jae was one of Choi Yong Sool student with the teaching from Doju Choi Ji Han-Jae combined kicking & punching to the Art. This became known as Hapkido & using the symbol of the Eagle to represented the Art.