OMAC SUMMER SPECIAL

Oriental Martial Arts College Columbus Ohio Headquarters

  • OMAC Martial Arts Fall Camp 2015 10/16-10/18

    Oct 16 2015 5:30 pm
    Oct 18 2015 12:00 pm
    America/New York

    OMAC Fall Camp 2015
    October 16-18 (Fri 5:30pm - Sun 2pm)
    ONLINE REGISTRATION AND SCHEDULE COMING SOON!

    Yellow Belt 9th Gup & up may participate. Free upgrade test (Brown belt & up full time campers)

    Special Training for OMAC Halloween inner School Championship, Competition, Refereeing , Coaching, and more...
    Cost: $129.00 by 10/03/15, $149.00 after 10/03/15

    Includes: Foods, Drinks, all Instruction, Water Bottle, Certificate. You may sleep at the school, Movie night for Children
    Part Time Camp Available: Daily Fee Fri. $45.00, Sat. $75.00, Sun. $35.00, Food & Beverage included

    Taekwondo - Kimoodo - Karate - Gumdo - Hapkido - Nunchaku - Long Staff - Cane - Breaking - Instructor Training - and more...

  • 2015 Events

    Jan 1 2015
    America/New York

    OMAC 2015 Schedule of Events

    OMAC 2015 Schedule of Events

  • Black Belt Test Prep Class

    Feb 8 2014 1:30 pm
    Feb 8 2014 3:00 pm
    America/New York

    Black Belt Test Prep Class (2nd Gup and up)

    SPECIAL CLASS taught by Sr Instructor Andy Choi (no extra fee!)
    Every Saturday at OMAC-HQ (1349 Brice Rd.) from 1:30pm-3pm

    PERFECT YOUR TESTING REQUIREMENTS and LOOK YOUR BEST ON THE BIG DAY!

  • ONE LIFE

    Dear friends,
    It is hard to believe that I have lived this long and also hard to believe that I have lived ONE LIFE for only Taekwondo Martial Arts for over half of a century.

    I thank my parents for my birth and for raising a troubled kid during the chaotic Japanese occupation and during the Korean war.

    I thank my wife and children who bear with me ONE LIFE in Taekwondo with trust and love.

    I thank my teacher who opened the door for ONE LIFE in Taekwondo and guided me to 10th dan black belt "THE SUPREME".

    I thank all of my Taekwondo friends who supported me for ONE LIFE in Taekwondo.

    I thank all of my students who stayed with me in good times and tough times for 51 years of ONE LIFE in Taekwondo with faith and compassion.

    I thank the "MIGHTY BEING" for allowing me to be who I am. I am so blessed for everything I have received in this life, ONE LIFE for Taekwondo.

  • Congratulations again to our very own Supreme Grandmaster Joon P. Choi, 10th Dan Black Belt!

    The 30th Annual Oriental Martial Arts College - Moogongryu Martial Arts Summer Camp of 2013 was EPIC!

    Spectacular Curricula, Energy, and Spirit were seen and felt throughout camp and in all of our great athletes!

    Not only did we have an AWESOME camp, we had a chance to witness a Historical Event at this camp's
    Moogongryu Main Rank Promotion Test!

  • 10 Reasons Martial Arts Benefits Kids

    Kenny Myers, a child care expert from Texas, has a great article at http://www.kenneymyers.com/blog/10-reasons-martial-arts-benefits-kids/. Kenny is not a martial arts instructor or school owner, just a child care expert, so his article focuses on children. However, in many respects I would go so far as to say the title should be "10 Reasons Martial Arts Benefits Everyone".

    Without reposting his entire article, the 10 reasons he lists are:

    1. Fostering Self-Discipline
    2. Boosting Socialization Skills
    3. Encouraging Physical Activity
  • Grandmaster Joon Pyo Choi Biography: To Haeng, part 12

         During the summer break, I would travel just as I had as a youth. I had no money, so I hitchhiked across the country, seeking the Buddhist temples, so that I might extend my knowledge of Zen, Tao, and Confucianism. These three had come through China to Korea. Confucianism of course started in China. Zen came there from India, but through China first. Buddhism became very strong in Korea.

  • Grandmaster Joon Pyo Choi Biography: In the Navy, part 11

         The college I attended trained its students to enter the Navy or the Merchant Marines. Even though I was on that course, I wanted to fulfill my military duty. So in 1967, I joined the Navy. Korea was very poor at the time, and we had just ended a horrific civil war. Military duty was brutal. The Korean military still used the Japanese techniques for training the recruits. Often, they would be killed during the training, it was so harsh. Technically, the south was still at war with the north. Entering the armed forces meant you were most likely going to war.

  • Grandmaster Joon Pyo Choi Biography: Dragon and Chicken, part 10

         One summer, when I took off from school, I travelled the country to visit the masters, grand masters, and spiritual leaders I could find. In 1966 I visited one famous spiritual mountain, Gyeryongsan Mountain. Gye means "chicken" and Ryongson means "dragon". Thus the mountain was called Chicken and Dragon Mountain. On this famous mountain was a temple that had been there for 1000 years, called Kapsa. Kap was its name. Sa means "temple".

  • Grandmaster Joon Pyo Choi Biography: Visitor, part 9

         In my eagerness to study martial arts, I often visited other schools to learn from the masters and students there. On one occasion, I visited a school down by the harbor. Pusan is a harbor city, famous at the time for its smugglers and gangs. This school was on the second floor of a building down by the ocean and was affiliated with a gang of smugglers. I did not know this at the time.

  • Oriental Martial Arts College World Elite Performance Team
  • Moo Sung Choi Breaking Demo 2008 Summer Camp
  • OMAC Yellow Pages Video
  • Grandmaster YP Choi Advertisement
  • Honorary Blackbelt - Arnold ABOC
  • Grandmaster YP Choi Sword Demo
  • BOC 2008 Form Demo
  • Mooshim 1-5