Walking the Path
The path that Supreme Grand Master Ro, Byung Jick traveled to learn and train. His path was named Song Moo Kwan. Not many had gone before him. It is also the path that Sensei Ueshiba took.The path continued and grew as Grand Master Hyon, Jun Sun traveled along with Supreme Grand Master Ro. Nearby Sensei […]
Life IS martial arts!
“Tradition is tending the flame, it’s not worshiping the ashes” – Gustav Mahler, a 19th century conductor and composer. I came across this quote when reading another blog that talked about people missing the point of keeping traditions. His take on it was quite accurate. You shouldn’t keep things just to say they are tradition. […]
Re-connecting to Song Moo Kwan!
Well, that is to say that the martial arts principles and strategies can be applied to everything in daily life as a way to solve problems easier and create greater success. Most people do many of these things already but haven’t recognized it. Through martial arts training or (non-physical) coaching these principles an be explained […]
4 Things to Help Your Martial Arts Training
Song Moo Kwan Taekwondo is one of the most prominent and influential original schools that developed in Korea. The founder, Supreme Grand Master Byung Jick Ro, has built a strong reputation for himself and Song Moo Kwan through his dedication to training and the roles in developing Taekwondo. This is evident in his Supreme Grand […]
(feature post by U.S.A. HDGD Assoc. Master and WTSDA Black Belt Justin Koivisto) There are many things that attract people to martial arts training. Each potential student has their own reason for being interested. There are a number of important points about training from why do it to how to do it. Since martial arts […]