Choe’s HapKiDo in Duluth helps people of all sorts. Especially if you have finished school, or find yourself stuck in life, this place provides great distraction. There is always something to look forward to, and you are definitely not wasting time when learning an ancient martial art while also becoming part of a cool community.
First, there are the peers. You bow in and out of class together, you help each other improve, and you even fight each other – in the most respectful way possible! You develop respect for everyone, and you learn to work with all kinds of people.
Then there are the parents. Whether it is your parent or somebody else’s, you still connect. As your peer’s parents are watching their kid(s), they have been watching you too.
Class would not be the same without the assistant instructors. These students drive the class, induce positive energy, and provide a good example of what to work towards.
And of course, everyone likes the instructors and the head instructor. These people influence everyone around them. They always have good advice.
HapKiDo students from other branches is always fun. From belt tests to competitions, meeting other people who also share your martial arts passion is eye opening.
These people become a part of your life in the best way possible. You see them so often, that you cannot help but to like them all.