Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do is the traditional Korean martial art which literally means the "art of foot and hand fighting". Tae Kwon Do is considered to be one of the "hard" forms...

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Hapkido

Plano Martial Arts introduced Hapkido to it's students in the spring of 2000. It's effective approach to self-defense and variety of techniques...

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Kendo

Kendo (The Way of the Sword) at PMA is not taught as a competitive style.  A close examination of the style places it somewhere between Kendo and Kenjutsu...

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Aiki JuJutsu

The style of Ju Jutsu taught at PMA is a traditional Japanese style, not Brazilian.  We teach Jujutsu as a method of self-defense, not a style for competition.

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Wing Chun

Practical Wing Chun is a new approach to Wing Chun, spending most of the training on the Phon Sao techniques. Although, in Practical Wing Chun ...

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Okinawa Kubudo

Kobudo means "old martial ways". This usually refers to a system of weapons converted primarily from agricultural (farming tools)...

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