Iron Eagle Classes

At Iron Eagle, we care about you! You are not just a number! Visit and see what our students and parents say about our program.

Kids Classes


But rather than tell you about them myself –
just listen to what these parents had to
say…-Master Mike

“The bully backed down.”

When Gracie was in school today, one of the other girls from another class began drawing on her paper without permission to bother her. Grace used her words and said,”Stop it right now! I know karate.”  She stood up to this bully who was  picking on her! The bully backed down.  I am so proud that Gracie stood up for herself.  I was so proud of her.
Thank you,
(- Gracie’s mom)

“Unbelievable! He is motivated about finishing his homework.”

Hey, I just wanted to tell you that my son, Michael did his homework is more focused and willing to do his homework.  It is great that you reward the students with academic excellence medals. I know it has to do with
what he learned in Hapkido class. You have an incredible program.
Thank you so much.
(Sally B.- Michael’s mom)

“She  just can’t wait for ‘martial arts days”

“I want to thank you for all the positive changes I see in my daughter that
have come about only since she has been taking Hapkido. I have to say, I was a bit surprised and concerned when my dainty little girl chose martial arts over ballet or gymnastics, but now I am so glad she did. Afterall, she’s only 6, so she never really sticks to anything. Boy was I wrong!
She gets extremely upset if we ever have to miss a class now. And I can tell she’s more focused, more attentive, and just all around happier after starting this program.”
– Christine B. (Katherine’s mom)

Adult Classes

Hapkido is the Korean martial art of self-defense. It is based upon three
principles: Harmony (Hwa), Circle (Won), and Dynamic (Lyu).

Hapkido incorporates various hand strikes, kicks, joint/wristlocks,pressure points, body throws,break falls, rolls, ground defense, weapon defense, and much more. Hapkido means the way of coordinated power. Hapkido is based upon the water principle. When water flows towards a rock, it flows around the rock. Likewise, the
Hapkido practitioner goes around an attacker. In addition, the Hapkido
practitioner takes the attacker’s energy (hard), absorbs it (soft), and then
uses it, as well as his own energy to defend an attack (hard).  The true Hapkido practitioner exposes or creates a weakness in the attack via off-balancing. Hapkido techniques do not rely on physical strength. This makes it possible for someone smaller to defend himself/herself against a larger


Come learn the sword art of Chung Suk Kuhapdo founded by Chongsanim Lim, Hyun Soo of the Jung Ki Kwan in Daegu City, South Korea.

Chung Suk Kuhapdo is a Kuhapdo style created by Grand Master Lim Hyun Soo. Kuhap stands for a cutting act while standing up from a sitting posture. In America it is translated it as quick display of the sword. It is different from the art of fencing. In Kuhapdo, the sword is always in the sword case, meaning a carrying victor. It does not permit the misuse of the sword.

An essential quality of Kuhapdo training is to reach the true spirit of sword of swordsmanship by developing a good personality and politeness towards others.

Kuhapdo emphasizes a mental expression, not an outside looking expression, believes that it is necessary to take a serious view on courtesy and that one must use sword in a right way.

Students practice with wooden swords and scabbards to begin. A sword uniform and wooden sword and scabbard is required to particpate. These are available for purchase at the school.

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