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Make New Connections at Martial Arts Georgia

Choe’s HapKiDo opens its doors to support the community in learning the value of health, self-respect, and self-defense. From students of ages 4 and up, everyone benefits from the opportunities provided through our program. With instruction available at all times during class, the HapKiDo Karate instructors and peer become large sources needed to stay motivated and inspired.

Small or tall, students are always getting their ninja on! HapKiDo is fantastic because the martial art is designed for all to learn.

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Choe’s HapKiDo classes provide great opportunities to make new friends that positively affect one’s social skills. There are always people to look forward to seeing and working with! Especially when growing up is difficult without friends, making some pals outside of school and work will boost confidence in individuals. The new set of friends will definitely inspire one to never stop trying to make friends in the future.

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You Have to Want It! – HapKiDo Karate

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You might not be involved with a martial art, but you can definitely relate to the ideals of goal reaching that’s encouraged in our studios. At Choe’s HapKiDo, self-defense and respect are strong practices. In fact, improvement occurs when an individual finds realizes to have respect for self. Then, when students start making goals, it is because of self-will, confidence, and encouragement.

Goals are great because something in your life caught attention and has pushed for fixing. You are led to the desire of action, and for a dose of responsibility. However, with each goal made, it is always good to think “why.” Did you get inspired? If not inspired, then what?

Sometimes people feel necessary to change due to emotions in response to circumstances. Maybe you feel the need to lose weight because someone commented on your figure. Or maybe the reason to tone up is a response of comparing self. Or perhaps, you plan to work harder because the feeling of incompetence increased. Or even – the need of finding a special somebody due to the pressures of being single can get to anyone’s head…Yeah?

You know, an important element to goal making is the amount of respect you have for yourself. From experience, there’s a difference when making plans because of inspiration versus being bullied into it by yourself. Sure, others can definitely initiate and add weight to your bucket of feelings, but you don’t have to fall into it. When you make goals, it should be because you want them. Otherwise, the journey to reach goals due to pressure can become a miserable one, you might even stop at some point.

Written by: Christie McGowan