- Kung Fu (Goong Bu)
- Kong Su (Tae Kwon Do/Karate)
- Ai Ki Do/Hap Ki Do
- 18 Weapons (Ship Pal Gae)
- Samurai Sword (Kom Do)
- Tai Chi Chung
- Bagwa Chung
Moo Doe movements are taught in a holistic and balanced way that is transformational for any age or condition. Students starts wherever they are and progress at their own pace. With 8 martial arts styles taught as 1, there is movement that will help all students to reach their highest potential.
November 14th - 17th -- Master Level Training
Redmond Oom Yung Doe -- 7858 Leary Way, Redmond WA 98502
The Master Level Training (MLT) Team will be in town offering Dan Hyung (Beginning Level), Joong Hyung (Intermediate Level) forms and championship training. Training from a 9th Degree, Master Level black belt is a great opportunity to improve your personal skill and understanding. Students who take training from the Master can gain the development that would usually take years into the space of months. This is a special round where students can get into any form offered this year. The forms available are:
Pal Bek Gae (8 Military
Disciplines Form) – Pal Bek Gae develops
the upper, middle and lower body while combining offensive and defensive
techniques. The footwork, stances and body control developed while attacked
with closed or open hands, elbows and feet creates a strong foundation for
Ship Sa Gae – This form is an open hand foundation for the Ship Pal Gae (18-Weapons) style of movement. Practitioners develop coordination, flexibility, timing and strength throughout the upper, middle and lower areas of the body.
Dong Bong (Short Staff) – This weapon is a short wooden staff approximately the length of the practitioners forearm. The primarily linear movements develop the wrist, forearm, elbows and shoulders. Training with the Dong Bong can be transferred to using many common items for defensive or offensive purposes.
Tuksuli (Eagle Form) -- This Kung Fu Style form mimics the powerful attacking claws and graceful flight of the eagle. This from emphasizes development of the upper and middle body and is suitable for all ages.
Yun Chung Doe (9 Ring Chinese Broad Sword) -- This weapon has nine steel rings attached to a heavier than normal broad sword. Movement with this weapon requires the practitioner to utilize their entire body, an ability which transfers to other forms and self-defense. This weapon may not be suitable for younger practitioners.
Kum Gung Kwan Bope -- This form is based on attacking and defending in a rock strewn landscape. Agility coordination, timing, flexibility and body control in the lower body are emphasized with this form as practitioners learn offensive and defensive movement from many positions.
Pal Ja Kwan -- This internal form is based on Pal Gae. It has the external strength benefits of Pal Gae in developing all the joints in the boyd, including the tendons and ligaments supporting the joints, combined with Nae Gong (internal) development. This form is a great form for any student to get into to to build a foundation of internal and external strength as well as mental focus and patience.
Pu Chae (Chinese Fan) -- This weapon mimics the movement of the wind. Movements can be light and airy like a summer breeze or powerful like a typhoon. This form is a powerful way to build hand strength and develp accuracy for self defense applications. Students must be at least 10 years old to learn this weapon.
Chung Yung Doe -- Chung Yung Doe is a long staf with a sharp blade on the end. The weight of this weapon teaches the practitioner how to move through the middle body. Controlling the momentum of the weapon builds tremendous strength both externally and internally. Due to the size of this weapon, this form is not suitable for younger students.
Udo (Jijitsu) -- Udo develops the ability to fall safely, perform effective take downs, and builds tumbling skills useful for both offensive and defensive techniques. This form uses precise placement of the feet and strong hand grips to turn an opponent's strength against him to exectue proper take downs. This form is well suited to younger practitioners.
November 18th -- Tai Chi and Stress Relief Seminar @ 11:30am
Kirkland Oom Yung Doe -- 11506 124th Ave NE, Kirkland WA 98033
Join us at the Kirkland School of Oom Yung Doe to experience the benefits of our Tai Chi Chung and Stress Relief Seminars. You will enjoy lower levels of stress and anxiety just in time for the Holiday Season. You may also see improvement in balance, flexibility, strength and stamina and with added practice, the benefits range from lower blood pressure, improved heart health, reduction of inflammation, to a renewed body condition and overall physical and mental strength. Invite a friend and take one, two, or all three free seminars. Space is limited so reserve your place today.
Seminars are also available on December 2nd and December 16th.