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I Love Martial Arts Georgia – We Can Help You Find Happiness!

Within each belt test, our HapKiDo students experience an overwhelming flow of thankfulness by the time they achieve a new colored belt. They had just seen all of their hard work paying off, they greet their instructors and family/friends afterwards, and there’s this celebratory expression of joy that is seen on all faces. For these students, passing a HapKiDo Karate test is an example of happiness that they will remember in the long run.

A martial art program like Choe’s HapKiDo can add happiness to any individual’s life because the classes guide all through actions that promote good health:

1) Exercise

2) Meditation

3) Socializing with family and friends

4) Relieving stress

5) Developing self-respect

Having a positive outlet that encourages all of these practices can be the difference between a bad and a good week. They all produce certain levels of happiness, and they definitely help people sleep better at night. Especially if there is something to always look forward to throughout the week, life suddenly become enjoyable!

For more information on Choe’s HapKiDo, visit here.

I Love Martial Arts Georgia – Teens and Karate

chkd5Reflecting back, growing up between the middle school/high school era challenged everybody – and it still does! Everything is changing during this phase: relationships, interests, hormones, emotions, beliefs, and much, much more. It’s a life defining moment. The teenage years can be brutal, but there are things that can be done to make them better.

1) Be Around Friends

A part of the teenage years is trying to find a place to belong. While some people make friends easily, others struggle with this area. By helping teens find their niche, they will naturally link with other people who share their interests.

2) Develop Self-Respect

One of life’s valuable lessons is learning how to respect yourself. As it is easier to listen to negative comments produced by others and self, it’s not healthy. When teens can develop that respect muscle, only good can from it. They learn to be fair and love themselves for how they are.

3) Be Around Positively Influential People

Good development can come from being around positively influential people. Teens are like plants – they will absorb everything that goes on around them. Place them around people like sport coaches or music teachers, and it will affect them positively during the teenage years.

All of these aspects are offered at Choe’s HapKiDo. We love to watch individuals grow and to be a part of their lives. Students may come into our studios with the day’s grit on their shoulders, but they leave our classes with a new boost of confidence. They know that they have found a community to relate to, and it’s a great place to let off steam!

For more information on I Love Martial Arts Georgia, visit here.

I Love Martial Arts Georgia – We Love to Share Success!

Our motivation to teach HapKiDo Karate comes from the continuous success from our students. When we see children, teens, and adults grow physically and mentally, it makes us happy. We see that our mission to help the surrounding communities is working. We get excited there is continuous growth because it is wonderful to envision a world full of inspiring leaders.

Check out these awesome success stories by parents and students at Choe’s HapKiDo!

Choe’s HapKiDo in Cumming

HapKiDo Assistant Instructor likes self-defense and teaching peers!

Choe’s HapKiDo in Grayson

Proud HapKiDo dad has seen the great impacts of the program on his kindergartener!

Choe’s HapKiDo in Duluth

Choe’s HapKiDo student’s big sister has enjoyed watching her brother transform while being in the karate program. In addition to being more involved with school activities, this program has also helped him with focus and discipline.

Choe’s HapKiDo in Loganville

HapKiDo Dad has watched his son grow in class. From learning about respect to advancing in belts, he believes Choe’s HapKiDo has done great things for his son.

Choe’s HapKiDo in Flowery Branch

HapKiDo Mom shares how Choe’s HapKiDo has positively influenced her 5-year-old. He has grown in self-confidence and other areas in character development.

For more information on I Love Martial Arts Georgia, visit here.