Welcome! The Korean Martial Arts HapKiDo Academy (KMA), which is affiliated with Global HapKiDo Association, provides some of the most comprehensive martial arts training available today. KMA was founded in 1979 by Senior Grand Master Hee Kwan Lee. HapKiDo is a practical and effective method of self-defense which can be customized to suit the athletic abilities of its practitioners. The style incorporates techniques and training geared toward making a practitioner effective in each of three zones – standing, grabbing or clinching and on the ground. Strikes, joint locks, throws, chokes and pressure point targeting are taught throughout the curriculum, with the ultimate goal of making a practitioner truly effective in modern, realistic survival situations.
As a traditional martial arts system, HapKiDo also incorporates a focus on the development of positive personality characteristics, such as self-discipline, self-improvement, compassion and respect for others and control over one's actions. Our instructors seek to develop each student's self-confidence by showing them patience and respect, and by cultivating a positive learning environment. Younger students who may be apprehensive about beginning a martial arts program will find themselves at ease very quickly in our school. Our students develop bonds of friendship with each other and constantly urge one another to perform at their best.
The Korean Martial Arts Hap Ki Do Academy is the home of the GLOBAL HAPKIDO ASSOCIATION, an international martial arts organization, founded by Senior Grand Master Hee Kwan Lee. The Korean Martial Arts Hap Ki Do Academy located in Battle Creek, Michigan USA.
Join us on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 12:00pm until 3:00pm for our Women's Self-Defense class. We welcome females from ages 13 and up to participate for a small fee of $25. The class will concentrate on physical self-defense techniques as well as environmental awareness. Dress comfortable, so you
can move without restriction. We look forward to seeing you there. Register now as space