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#stayathome Online Dojang

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Melbourne Hapkido Academy #stayathome online training update. We are extremely advanced in our online #stayathome training resources. Currently in the online dojang for students there are:

👉Over 60 training videos;
👉Full length Hapkido classes (x9);
👉Full length Hapki-Sundo classes (x3);
👉Live Zoom classes scheduled all week;
👉Kahoot’s, exercises and activities;
👉Active Facebook student group;
👉with more things added daily.


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World Music

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In today’s world where #stayathome, physical distancing and apprehension are changing everything around us, those that we sometime do not take the time to go see and listen to, make music during these extraordinary times for us to listen to now. We might be physically distant but we are not social and culturally isolated.


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Black Belt Grading 2020

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Hapkido Black Belt Grading

KwanJangNim Cairney

would like to announce that

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

will be holding a some time in the near future a

Korea Moo Moo Kwan Hapkido Association

black belt grading

when #stayathome restrictions are lifted.

Keep safe, wash your hands and #stayathome.

More details closer to the event.


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Taekwondo Times

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Melbourne Hapkido Academy tour of South Korea mentioned in Taekwondo Times.

Grand Master Cairney led a team of instructors and black belts to South Korea on a training and cultural tour.

The trip was recorded in the international publication Taekwondo Times. Click here for your subscription to Taekwondo Times.


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Hapki-SunDo

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Bring balance and energy back in to your body and life with Hapki Sundo.

Bring balance, vitality and mindfulness back in to your life.

 

Hap Ki Sun Do – Way  [‘do’] of coordinating [‘hap’] Zen [‘sun’] energy [‘ki’]. 

Born out of Korean zen mediation and Hapkido traditions, Hapki-SunDo (Hapki-Yoga) is a Korean Zen meditation and movement, bringing Ki (Chi) – Universal Energy – back in to balance.  Hapki-SunDo will enable you to access more energy for your busy life.  Unlike Indian styles of yoga, Hapki-SunDo is more dynamic and incorporates Zen Buddhist temple mediation traditions, including prostrations. Born out over 3 millennium of tradition and of the martial arts, Hapki-SunDo can be likened to Tai Chi or Qigong, Zen temple meditation combined in a dynamic, invigorating and movement based art.

Become more flexible, develop a stronger more balanced body with improved posture. Restore the balance that we all seek in a busy modern life.

Beginners welcome, every class allows everyone to benefit immediately.

Grand Master Craig Cairney has over 40 years of martial arts experience including 20 years practising Sundo.

New Hapki-SunDo 5 week introduction course starting Tuesday 3rd March 2020.

Book below when registrations open:

 

HapKi-Sundo

Ki is the word for universal energy that is known in Korea and Japan.  It is also known as Chi in China, Prana in India (Sanskrit). An acceptance of the existence of Ki is fundamental to the Asian philosophical concepts, such as Yin-Yang and Taoism and Seon/Zen.  Martial arts (including Hapkido), creative arts (such as painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, calligraphy, music and dance), medicine, and all practices that emphasise the connection between mind, body and spirit, such as SunDo, all rely on and utilise Ki energy. 

Ki is energy that is the basis of everything in the universe. It is therefore sometimes described as universal energy. 

Hapkido, literally translates to the way of unifying with/harmonising with/joining with Ki energy, Hapki-Sundo is an extension of Hapkido:

  • Hap – unify/join/harmonise/coordinate
  • Ki – Vital Energy/ Energy of the universe
  • Sun – Korean for ‘Zen’ of ‘Chan’, simplicity and meditation
  • Do – the way/ the discipline/ the art

Specifically, Hapkido training seeks to understand and access the power of Ki (energy) to maximise the potential for survival in a threatening situation where physical techniques can be used to overcome an aggressor.

However, our greatest enemy is ourselves.    

Fundamentally, when we are born we inherit an original amount of life force that we must use throughout our life.  Additionally, we gain energy through food and through breathing.   

Through Hapki-SunDo we seek to sense and enhance our natural ability to experience the flow of energy within our bodies, removing blockages. The basis of energy flow throughout our bodies is understood in the same manner as in oriental therapy systems.  There are twelve meridians or rivers of energy (Kyung Rak) that flow through our body, with specific points that can be accessed to provide treatment such as in acupuncture, acupressure or Ji-Ap (Shiatsu). These meridians are linked to the major organ systems.  Theoretically, a body that is free of blockages in these meridians can achieve optimal health. 

Some areas along theses energy lines are referred to as chakras.   These are energy centres that can be focussed on in training.  The main energy centres for training in Hapki-SunDo are located on the centreline of the body ( see diagram below) .  These are widely understood by the term “chakra”. The most important chakra in Hapki-SunDo is located just below the navel and is called the Hadan-DanJeon (lower level energy centre). It is here that we aim to focus our mind and bring fresh energy into our bodies and accumulate it.  

By attaining flexibility in our body we can reduce blockages in the energy pathways and achieve better energy flow, leading to natural balance.

Training consists of:

  • Warm up and loosening exercises
  • Stretches
  • Postures
  • Deep breathing exercises
  • Slow movements
  • Meditation
  • Exploration of oriental thought systems including Taosim, Seon (Zen/Chan) and Buddhism that have influenced the development of Hapkido historically.

Introductory Workshops are offered to enable students to understand the basic concepts and nature of the subject.

Hapki-Yoga course terms and conditions.

Open to ages 18 and over. Registration will require full payment and completion of a membership form. Discount only applies to Web registrations using valid discount code before 11:00pm Sunday 26th August 2018.

Refunds: Our policy lasts up to 24 hours prior to event starting. If event starts with in 24 hours we can’t offer you a full refund. A 50% booking fee is applicable to late refund requests.
In the case of you not attending the event unfortunately no refund will be given.
To complete your return, we require a receipt or proof of purchase.
Refunds (if applicable)
Once your cancelation is confirmed, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your cancellation. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund. Melbourne Hapkido Academy will always consider exceptional circumstances when rejecting any refund request.
If you are approved, then your refund will be processed, and a credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment, within a certain amount of days.

Late or missing refunds (if applicable)
If you haven’t received a refund yet, first check your bank account again.
Then contact your credit card company, it may take some time before your refund is officially posted.
Next contact your bank. There is often some processing time before a refund is posted.
If you’ve done all of this and you still have not received your refund yet, please contact us at info@hapkido.org.au.
Melbourne Hapkido Academy reservse the right to reschedule the event.


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Facebook Feed

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Melbourne Hapkido Facebook Feed.

Get the latest news, events, videos, pictures and all the days action here on our Facebook page. All the action right here (students click here for more):

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3 weeks ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

해피 어머니의 날,
to all our mum's with #kidsathome, #schoolathome, #workfromhome, #hubbyathome and all the other challenges of #stayathome we celebrate your fortitude, patience, resilience, hope and love on this iso mothers day. And thank you for your enduring support. Warmest wishes to all our mums.
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해피 어머니의 날,
to all our mums with #kidsathome, #schoolathome, #workfromhome, #hubbyathome and all the other challenges of #stayathome we celebrate your fortitude, patience, resilience, hope and love on this iso mothers day. And thank you for your enduring support. Warmest wishes to all our mums.
감사함니다

3 weeks ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

생일 축하 Happy Birthday Chingu,
who turns 5 years old today 7th May.
생일 축하

p.s. this photo was taken on the last day at the dojang before the #stayathome restrictions.
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생일 축하 Happy Birthday Chingu,
who turns 5 years old today 7th May.
생일 축하

p.s. this photo was taken on the last day at the dojang before the #stayathome restrictions.

1 month ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Here is something to enjoy, one of our students Max on electronic guitar in Baker Boys Band playing 'Touch' by Noiseworks (arranged by Jeremy Diffey).
즐겨 Enjoy

Keep safe, wash your hands and #stayathome
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2 months ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Melbourne Hapkido Academy #stayathome online training update. With stage 3 restrictions continuing until 11th May 2020, Melbourne Hapkido Academy is extremely advanced in our online #stayathome training program. Currently in the online dojang community there are:

👉Over 60 technique training videos;
👉Full length pre-recorded Hapkido classes for everyone - 4 solid weeks worth of training;
👉Full length Hapki-Sundo sessions - 6 weeks worth of wellness and mindfulness;
👉Training videos for non-student family members.
👉Live #stayathome Zoom classes scheduled all week;
👉Kahoot's, exercises, workbooks, art and activities;
👉Active exclusive Facebook student group;
👍with more things added daily.
Enjoy.
Keep safe, wash your hands, #stayathome.
... See MoreSee Less

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Melbourne Hapkido Academy #stayathome online training update. With stage 3 restrictions continuing until 11th May 2020, Melbourne Hapkido Academy is extremely advanced in our online #stayathome training program. Currently in the online dojang community there are:

👉Over 60 technique training videos;
👉Full length pre-recorded Hapkido classes for everyone - 4 solid weeks worth of training;
👉Full length Hapki-Sundo sessions - 6 weeks worth of wellness and mindfulness;
👉Training videos for non-student family members.
👉Live #stayathome Zoom classes scheduled all week;
👉Kahoots, exercises, workbooks, art and activities;
👉Active exclusive Facebook student group;
👍with more things added daily.
Enjoy. 
Keep safe, wash your hands, #stayathome.

Some awesome precision. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

해피 어머니의 날,
to all our mum’s with #kidsathome, #schoolathome, #workfromhome, #hubbyathome and all the other challenges of #stayathome we celebrate your fortitude, patience, resilience, hope and love on this iso mothers day. And thank you for your enduring support. Warmest wishes to all our mums.
감사함니다
See MoreSee Less

해피 어머니의 날,
to all our mums with #kidsathome, #schoolathome, #workfromhome, #hubbyathome and all the other challenges of #stayathome we celebrate your fortitude, patience, resilience, hope and love on this iso mothers day. And thank you for your enduring support. Warmest wishes to all our mums.
감사함니다

3 weeks ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

생일 축하 Happy Birthday Chingu,
who turns 5 years old today 7th May.
생일 축하

p.s. this photo was taken on the last day at the dojang before the #stayathome restrictions. See MoreSee Less

생일 축하 Happy Birthday Chingu,
who turns 5 years old today 7th May.
생일 축하

p.s. this photo was taken on the last day at the dojang before the #stayathome restrictions.

1 month ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Here is something to enjoy, one of our students Max on electronic guitar in Baker Boys Band playing ‘Touch’ by Noiseworks (arranged by Jeremy Diffey).
즐겨 Enjoy

Keep safe, wash your hands and #stayathome See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Melbourne Hapkido Academy

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Melbourne Hapkido Academy #stayathome online training update. With stage 3 restrictions continuing until 11th May 2020, Melbourne Hapkido Academy is extremely advanced in our online #stayathome training program. Currently in the online dojang community there are:

👉Over 60 technique training videos;
👉Full length pre-recorded Hapkido classes for everyone – 4 solid weeks worth of training;
👉Full length Hapki-Sundo sessions – 6 weeks worth of wellness and mindfulness;
👉Training videos for non-student family members.
👉Live #stayathome Zoom classes scheduled all week;
👉Kahoot’s, exercises, workbooks, art and activities;
👉Active exclusive Facebook student group;
👍with more things added daily.
Enjoy.
Keep safe, wash your hands, #stayathome. See MoreSee Less

안녕하서Annyeonghaseo,

Melbourne Hapkido Academy #stayathome online training update. With stage 3 restrictions continuing until 11th May 2020, Melbourne Hapkido Academy is extremely advanced in our online #stayathome training program. Currently in the online dojang community there are:

👉Over 60 technique training videos;
👉Full length pre-recorded Hapkido classes for everyone - 4 solid weeks worth of training;
👉Full length Hapki-Sundo sessions - 6 weeks worth of wellness and mindfulness;
👉Training videos for non-student family members.
👉Live #stayathome Zoom classes scheduled all week;
👉Kahoots, exercises, workbooks, art and activities;
👉Active exclusive Facebook student group;
👍with more things added daily.
Enjoy. 
Keep safe, wash your hands, #stayathome.

Some awesome precision. See MoreSee Less

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