Voted Top 10 Martial Arts Schools in the Hartford Area on Expertise.
In Korean, tae means "to strike or break with foot"; kwon means "to strike or break with fist"; and do means "way" or "method"; so "taekwondo" is loosely translated as "the way of the hand and foot fighting". It combines sharp, strong angular movements with graceful and free-flowing circular motions to produce a harmonious marriage of beauty and power.
With the addition of devastating kicking techniques,
Tae Kwon Do is a complete, integrated, and unique system of self-defense and personal improvement. We focus our training and teachings on five codes have been modernized into now what we call the tenets of Tae Kwon Do:
• Indomitable Spirit.
Hapkido is a powerful and innovative Korean martial art. Literally translated, the word Hap means coordination or harmony, Ki denotes the essence of power, and Do means the art or the Way.
Hapkido incorporates powerful and precise kicking techniques; fluid and highly effective throwing techniques; and decisive and sharp hand techniques. The philosophy of Hapkido stems from three basic principles: The first is non-resistance, second is circular motion, third is the water principle.
In addition these are included in philosophy:
Tues - Juniors 4:40pm, Adults 6pm
Thurs - Juniors 4:40pm, Adults 6pm
Sat - 10am for all level Adults and Juniors Green Belt and up.
$125/month/unlimited classes combined with Hapkido.
$35 per year insurance fee.
*Private classes Zoom available per request.
3, 6, 12 month discount packages available.
Family discounts available.
Students should arrive 10 minutes before class to change and be ready to bow in by start time.
Contact GM RJ Botticello at 860-836-9062 for additional information.