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Doboks & Custom Uniforms

I am looking to order some custom Doboks for the HIA Australian National HAPKIDO Championships in April 2012.Can anyone recommend a good supplier, with reasonable prices, that could fill a small…Continue

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Can we Unite Hapkido?? Are Hapkido Styles only seperated by ego!
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I've been reading forum comments, etc, on this website for a few weeks now, and I have decided to put in my 2 cents.As a lowly 3rd Dan, about to undertake my 4th Dan Grading, and as someone looking…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Adam Oct 31, 2010.

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Other arts you've trained in:
TaeKwonDo, Judo
What do you love about your art?
That there is more to Martial arts than just fighting and techniques, it's about self control.
Where do you study or practice?
2011 - Opening my own Dojang in Canberra, after 5 years training under Grand Master Jung Hyuk (Bermas) Kim, founder of the Hapkido International Association.

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The Hapkido Instructor's Way

Hapkido – “The Instructor’s Way”

The Hapkido Instructor's Way is a way of incorporating the "Hapkido Way" into all aspects of your life - while training, teaching or existing within the community.

It's away of life that co-ordinates your mind, body & spitir in such that not only will you

be a better martial artist, but a better person and member of the

wider community.



Posted on October 22, 2010 at 8:30pm — 2 Comments

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At 9:34pm on October 22, 2014, Wael said…

You need to change this page theme. The white text on a white background is not working.

At 9:32pm on October 22, 2014, Wael said…

Happy birthday, Tom. How's training going?

At 12:55pm on December 19, 2010, Chief Master Instructor Harrison said…

Hi will it be ok for me to copy and past this in world so i can pass it on to my students i will not make any changes and i will leave you name as the wrighter for the report because i am trying to get my students to understand more about our Martial Art check out our web site www.hhapkido.com send me a photo/ your school information and i can add you to our affiliates if you like.

At 11:15am on December 19, 2010, Chief Master Instructor Harrison said…

Harrison Hapkido Mission Systems/Chief Master Instructor: Benny Harrison nice report on the Hapkido Way.

At 2:02pm on October 5, 2010, Daniel McCullar said…
Wael means, I got a big mouth ;)
At 2:01pm on October 5, 2010, Daniel McCullar said…
Well, the older I get, the stronger i feel about my opinions and thoughts. A man who wants to make change does not idly sit by and gripe. They speak up to invoke thought and debate. If there is one thing Hapkido needs is change. If not it will eventually be unrecognizable.
At 1:49pm on October 5, 2010, Wael said…
Ha ha, no, not only Daniel, but he's definitely part of the core cadre of the site. I usually comment frequently but I've been sick the last few days (still am).
At 8:42am on October 5, 2010, Daniel McCullar said…
Plus, Wael comments more than me ;)
At 8:41am on October 5, 2010, Daniel McCullar said…
Well, I look at it this way, "That is what this site is for." Plus I am becoming less passive every day. I believe that if you feel strongly about something then let your feelings be known. Sharing your thoughts and not bottling them up will not only help you develop through feed back, but when you vocalize your thoughts and opinions, it is easier to analyze, criticize and question your own thoughts and beliefs. Keeping things inside can also keep the truth hidden from you. Making them public can force you to confront your thoughts and feelings.
At 11:34am on October 4, 2010, Wael said…
Thomas, welcome to HapkidoNetwork.com. I'm glad to see more Australians joining this site, you guys are an important part of the Hapkido world.



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