Martial Arts – Christchurch Choi Kwang Do!
Now is the time to start to get your health back and learn practical skills!
Choi Kwang Do – “The Modern Martial Art”
is changing people’s perceptions of Martial Arts. It provides
unique Health & Lifestyle benefits
unheard of with traditional Martial Arts.
Located in St Albans, Christchurch. Choi Kwang Do Christchurch offers you:
- A science based Martial Art System backed up by medical endorsement
- Practical Self Defence Skills
- A non competitive & positive training environment
- A Martial Art system that is based on Biomechanics – so its friendly to the body
- Contra lateral movement exercises both the body and the brain
- Teaches sequential motion for Optimum Health & Longevity
- Safe for all ages & conditions from 5 years.
- Excellent for learning difficulties & conditions such as Autism, Dyspraxia, Aspergers, ADD/ADHD and Dylsexia
- Qualified Instructors and internationally affiliated
- Our principles promote healthy exercise, social development, practical skills & longevity.
Chief Instructor & School Owner
Christchurch Choi Kwang Do
“As a former school Principal and teacher with over ten years experience I have been very impressed with the programme offered by Choi Kwang Do Christchurch. A programme I believe holds great promise for young people who wish to develop a sense of self-discipline, humility and commitment. I feel that the principles taught allow students to experience discipline in a setting with firm boundaries and clear guidelines. The non-violence and non-contact nature of the programme ensures that all students can participate in an environment structured for success.
The patterns and repetitive nature of the movements involved in the programme will stimulate brain development and aid concentration in areas outside of the Choi Kwang Do setting. Having led a school with a high number of students with behavioural needs, I firmly believe that a programme of this nature would have been extremely useful in providing my students with an experience that would have helped them to develop greater self-awareness and self-control.”