- AdultsOom Yung Doe offers a variety of programs ideally suited to both men and women. Whether you are looking for Traditional Moo Doe training focused on mental, physical, and spiritual growth, sports programs, or therapy programs for everything from weight loss to arthritis, Oom Yung Doe has a program for you. These programs have been proven for centuries to be some of the fastest and safest ways to improve one’s condition and reverse the aging process. Introductory Programs Traditional Moo Doe Therapy Programs Individual Martial Arts Programs (Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Aikido, Udo, Samuri, Tae Kwon Doe, Bagwa, 18 Weapons) Degree Training Programs
- YouthOom Yung Doe offers a variety of programs ideally suited to both boys and girls. Whether you are looking for Traditional Moo Doe training focused on mental, physical, and spiritual growth, sports programs, or therapy programs for everything from ADHD to Asthma, Oom Yung Doe has a program for your child. These programs have been proven for centuries to be some of the fastest and safest ways for children to physically build speed, power, control, and coordination and mentally develop respect, patience, confidence, and determination. Children’s Training Junior’s Training Traditional Moo Doe Therapy Programs Individual Martial Arts Programs (Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Aikido, Udo, Samuri, Tae Kwon Doe, Bagwa, 18 Weapons) Degree Training Programs
- TrainingTraditional Moo Doe (Martial Arts) is not a common martial art. Oom Yung Doe schools were the first in the United States to teach 8 martial arts as 1 from the origin of Traditional Moo Doe. Traditional Moo Doe schools are very hard to find. Only a small number of individuals in the United States have achieved and are able to demonstrate the broad range of incredible skills and abilities needed to teach a proper line of Traditional Moo Doe. Over the centuries, Traditional Moo Doe has been proven to unite the body, mind and spirit together as one force in order to achieve incredible skills and abilities. These incredible abilities are necessary to have a proper line of learning that will benefit individuals of all ages and body types. In comparison, common martial arts are generally limited to combat techniques and they often do not focus on the individual as a whole. A practitioner must be able to demonstrate incredible skills and abilities in order to teach Traditional Moo Doe. Since the origin of Traditional Moo Doe, the only form of true recognition was a demonstration of incredible skill and ability. Similar to any professional field today, any expert…
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The children of the School of Oom Yung Doe put on a demonstration on Saturday May 15, 2011 at the Natick Health and Fitness Day. The goal of the Health and Fitness Day is make people aware of the many positive choices for better health in the Natick community. Several of the lower belts students demonstrated Coo Yung Bope – …
May 16, 2009, Natick, MA. Instructors and students demonstrated in the morning and the afternoon at the Natick Town Day, on the Natick Center Commons.
May 5, 2009, Newton, MA. Over 50 students and faculty members participated in a community lesson and demonstration in Newton, held at the Newton Upper Falls Community Center.
On April 3, 2009, Somerville, MA. Oom Yung Doe Instructors conducted an Introductory lesson and put on a demonstration for over 50 students and teachers at the Elizabeth Peabody House in Somerville. The Elizabeth Peabody House is a neighborhood center that provides a broad range of educational, social and recreational services to the City of Somerville and surrounding communities.
The School of Oom Yung Doe taught the entire first grade at the Peter Noyes Elementary School martial arts lessons as part of Japan Day – a day to learn more about the island of Japan. Instructors taught five 1st grade classes some basic movements, stressing the importance of taking care of mind and body. Instructors also demonstrated forms from …
On Saturday, July 14th, 2007 a Women’s Self-Defense Seminar was held at the Somerville School of Oom Yung Doe. Women from the Somerville area attended, along with women from Lesley University in Cambridge and Citizen Schools in Boston. Keliko Adams, a Lesley graduate student commented after the seminar, “I like to travel, and I feel much more confident that if …
It is an Oom Yung Doe instructor’s mission to accept the challenge and responsibility to teach the traditional line of Moo Doe (Martial Arts) Knowledge, as it has been taught overthe centuries. It is their hope to apply the morals of Chung Doe or Correct Path to their lives. Someone who follows the Chung Doe path fully considers the consequences …
The Distinguished Citizen Award presented at the 2005 Oom Yung Doe Banquet is a good example of changing one’s reality for the better. This particular award is most often given to someone who has exhibited tireless efforts to improve the community. This year’s honoree notonly distinguishes himself as a diligent worker at the Boston Rescue Mission, but also by receiving …