2019-12-11T16:54:43+00:00

Tai Chi

Tai Chi and Qigong combine slow, deliberate movements, meditation and breathing exercises. It is non-competitive and non-violent. These low impact moving meditations include standing and balancing and can be an art that is studied for all ages. The practices of Tai Chi and Qigong can be adapted to fit [...]

2017-03-28T10:28:34+00:00

Hapkido

Hapkido is “the way of coordinated power.” Your Hapkido studies will be the foundation of learning self-defense. With Hapkido, you will learn the holds, joint locks, pressure points, releases, defenses, and strikes that will enable you to defend yourself in the real world. You will also learn to focus [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:06+00:00

Okinawan Weaponry

Not only does the Omega Martial Art student learn to use their own body as a weapon and self defense tool, but they will also comprehensively learn to use Okinawan Weaponry (bo, nunchaku, sai and tonfa) in traditional martial art forms, in competition, and in self defense. Students also [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:16+00:00

Board Breaking

Board and brick breaking is a highlight at Omega’s tests and live demonstrations. Students learn to break as early as yellow belt and advance quickly in their breaking techniques through the ranks to black belt…flying, blindfolded, speed, and chi breaks are commonly seen at our tests – a truly inspiring [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:28+00:00

Brick Breaking

Board and brick breaking is a highlight at Omega’s tests and live demonstrations. Students learn to break as early as yellow belt and advance quickly in their breaking techniques through the ranks to black belt…flying, blindfolded, speed, and chi breaks are commonly seen at our tests – a truly inspiring [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:39+00:00

Sparring

Sparring is an intregral part of your martial art training, because it forces the student to think under pressure, to improvise, to consistently use proper technique and to keep their emotions under control. Students are required to have their own sparring gear, which includes head gear, forearm and shin guards, [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:48+00:00

Judo

Judo, meaning "gentle way", is a modern Japanese martial art and combat sport, that originated in Japan in the late nineteenth century. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element, where the object is to either throw one's opponent to the ground, immobilize or otherwise subdue one's opponent with a [...]

2017-03-28T10:29:56+00:00

Taekwondo

  Taekwondo is a korean martial art meaning "the way of the feet and fist." In Korean, derived from hanja, tae (?) means to destroy with the feet; kwon (?) means to strike or smash with the hand; and do (?) means "path", "way" or "method". Your studies include the [...]

2017-03-28T10:30:18+00:00

Jiu Jitsu

Jiu-Jitsu, literally meaning the “art or science of softness”, is a martial art and combat sport that focuses on grappling and especially ground fighting with the goal of gaining a dominant position and using joint-locks and chokeholds to force an opponent to submit. The art was based on early 20th [...]