Tag: Kuk Sool Won

  • So…Ukraine?

    So…Ukraine?

    Yeah. I think it’s important. No, I’m not Ukrainian. No, I don’t know any Ukrainians. And, no, I don’t think my little contribution will change anything globally.

  • How much should martial art classes cost?

    How much should martial art classes cost?

    With the state of the economy and other things considered, it is not surprising that people value martial art classes so little. If I could, I’d set the price of gasoline lower than it is, despite the fact that I would have a very hard time functioning without it.

  • Summer Camp Lesson: Balance

    Summer Camp Lesson: Balance

    When it comes down to it, martial art is about balance. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about protecting yourself from violence, getting fit, or learning to meditate; balance is the key. Questions: What is martial art? What is different about Kuk Sool Won™? What do you mean by balance? How does this apply to […]

  • Women’s Self-Defense

    Women’s Self-Defense

    We believe women and girls were made to be valued, not victimized, and even though we might not know you yet, we think you believe that too.  Even so, the current global statistics ….

  • No Fighting

    No Fighting

    I’ve talked in the past about the term “fighters” and how Muncie and East-Central Indiana have produced some of the best full-contact fighters in the world. I’m not here to take anything away from them or combat sports.

    I need to make it clear, however, that that is not what we do. I’m not a coach, I’m a martial art teacher. People have come to me looking to crosstrain, to find something that will give them an edge in the ring. I don’t accept them into the school. In my opinion, combat sports are separate from martial art.

  • Family Martial Art

  • Scholarship Program

    Scholarship Program
  • What is Kuk Sool Won? How do you pronounce it?

  • Dojahng Protocol and Ancient Lessons

    Dojahng Protocol and Ancient Lessons

    This article was originally published in our June 2007 newsletter.  Dojahng Protocol is confusing for many students and parents. Why? Simply put it is all foreign to them. The art we teach and all of what we do is related to Eastern philosophy. A person who has never studied these concepts will have a difficult […]

  • March 9th is the WKSA New Year

    March 9th is the WKSA New Year

    It’s time to set your goals! The ninth of March is the anniversary of the founding of Kuk Sool as the traditional martial art of Korea. Fifty-nine years ago, our Grandmaster, In Hyuk Suh, organized and systematized Korea’s indigenous martial arts, becoming one of the most important figures in Korean martial art history. This anniversary is […]