No matter who you are, you must take care of yourself. Without physical and mental health, one cannot achieve true happiness. Through diligent Oom Yung Doe practice, your child will better understand this principle of life.
Through Oom Yung Doe practice, your child will develop many skills and abilities: jumping, kicking, spinning, rolling, and much more. These skills will help your child in any physical endeavor. Mentally, your child will gain the focus, patience, and determination that serve as a foundation for success in life.
One of the most important things your child will gain from practice is confidence. Confidence is the key to unlocking potential. It builds self respect, and it helps one manage adversity.
Skill and ability are important, but in order to accomplish anything, one must have the confidence to act decisively using one’s skill and ability. Insecurity leads to indecision, and indecision can turn success into failure.
The confidence gained through Oom Yung Doe martial arts practice does not make an individual more violent or aggressive. Rather, it is fear, insecurity, and lack of confidence that elicit the poor judgment that leads to violence. Someone is more likely to bully or lose patience when angry or afraid than when calm and self-assured. Oom Yung Doe training is both a mental and physical challenge. At any given time, your child will know what he or she can do. It is this self knowledge, combined with the experience gained in the practice room, that will give your child confidence. This confidence will last a lifetime.
8 Martial Arts Training
On this training program, a child will learn forms from eight martial arts, including Kong Su (Karate and Tae Kwon Doe), Aikido, Udo/Jui Jitsu, Tai Chi, and more.
Through practice, your child will develop balance and skills in a variety of areas. From a physical standpoint, students gain superior strength in major and minor muscles, ligaments, and tendons, leading to improved overall ability. This ability will improve performance in sports and other physical endeavors, and your child will learn self defense. Students also gain internal strength, developing lung capacity and a stronger immune system.
|Tuition||$125 / month (auto bill)|
|Schedule||3 times per week (45 min/class)|
|Degree||~ 5 years to reach black belt|
On this training program, a child has an opportunity to develop at a faster pace than the 8 Martial Arts Training. In addition to developing the core skills in each of the 8 Martial Arts, on Tournament Training a child specializes in at least one high-level form or skill. This higher-level specialization is called a Chung Dan Hyung, and is taught as a seminar exclusively by the Master Level Teaching (MLT) team. The MLT team is made up 8th Degree Black Belt and higher instructors, who have remarkable skill and decades of experience teaching students of all ages and conditions.
On this level of training, your child will be eligible to compete in a Traditional Martial Arts (TMA) tournament. This is one of the fastest ways to improve.
In the U.S. today most tournaments focus purely on winning over an opponent. Winning over others is victory, whereas winning over yourself is success. If you only challenge yourself to be better than someone else then you will never reach your fullest potential. You will never reach success.
If your child can win over him or herself, this is success, and it will directly improve every aspect of life. This is the main focus of Tournament Training.
|Tuition||$150 / month (auto bill)|
|Schedule||3 times per week (60 min/class)|
|Degree||~ 3.5 years to reach black belt. Students who medal in a tournament can earn a degree more quickly.|
Watch a video of tournament level movement demonstrated by adults and children:
Once a child has competed in a tournament and has the recommendation of their main instructor, he or she can enroll in Championship Coaching. On this program, a child is personally trained by a Traditional Martial Arts Master.