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안녕하서Annyeonghaseo, #stayathome For Melbourne Hapkido students who are not enrolled online for #stayathome Hapkido training, please send us a Facebook friends request with your Student Id. 감사함니다 … See MoreSee Less
As you will be aware, the Australian government announced on Sunday night (22nd March) tough new social distancing rules that include the closure of many indoor activities from midday Monday 23rd March 2020.
Sadly, it is therefore necessary to close the dojang until the closure restrictions are lifted.
Let’s support each other and draw on the lessons of Hapkido to lead a positive and harmonious life especially during challenging times.
PLUS when you join before Saturday 29th February 2020 we will take the $20 OFF your joining fee.
Melbourne Hapkido has a once-off joining fee that includes your uniform, badges, belt, insurance, membership, with exclusive access to Sundo and weapons training, as well to Web and Facebook students groups (containing a wealth of videos and materials to help you along your journey). For more details refer to the Web site.
Melbourne Hapkido is Melbourne only purpose built permanent Hapkido dojang, fully climate controlled for year round training.
Annual Korea Moo Moo Kwan Hapkido Association event. KwanJangNim Craig Cairney has attended and soon a few more of us will be there. Join Melbourne Hapkido Academy, get to black belt and come with us to South Korea for an awesome experience. … See MoreSee Less
Travelling home from Broulee to Wollongong on Friday 4th once the roads opened. A trip that takes normally 3 hours took 10 hours. Estimated 100,000 people evacuated north on one road. … See MoreSee Less