OMAC Response to COVID-19

OMAC Family:

On March 15, 2020, the Governor of Ohio, Mike DeWine, took the extraordinary step to close all bars and restaurants, restricting them to delivery and take out only. He came to this decision after people all over the state sent him photos and stories of crowded bars Saturday night despite the warnings of social distancing and the governor’s edict limiting crowds to no larger than 100 people.

Governor DeWine made this decision “Based upon all of this and based upon the fact of where we are at this point, in this pandemic — we are literally at a crucial, crucial, crucial stage”. Social Distancing is the best practice aside from frequent hand washing, for limiting the spread of Covid 19, and all Ohioans are being asked to do their part to reduce the need for our health services.

In response to this new development, and in the interest of keeping everyone safe and healthy, Supreme Grandmaster Choi has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel all classes for at least two weeks beginning Monday March 16th, 2020. This will affect all branches. Your contract will be extended for the length of this closure. This is being done with the health of the families of our students as the priority in this time of state and national crisis. You are all encouraged to practice at home. We are working to provide links for you to access your requirements online. Thank you; and keep healthy and happy. "Bek Gel Bulgool - Indomitable Spirit"

OMAC Vision, Mission, and Goals

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Moogong Ryu

Moogong Ryu

Holistic Martial Arts

ORIENTAL MARTIAL ARTS COLLEGE and GRANDMASTER JOON PYO CHOI
Children are the future of the world.

Moogong Ryu was founded in Korea in 1963 by Master Joon Pyo Choi and moved to the United States in 1971; the world headquarters martial arts school was located in Columbus Ohio in 1972. Senior Grandmaster Choi (now Kukkiwon 9th Dan certified) has studied multiple martial arts including Taekwondo, Hapkido, Gumdo, Karate, Judo and Kimoodo Healing Arts for over 50 years. The Moogong Ryu system offers holistic life skills focused on helping students to grow continuously as human beings. Over the years, Grandmaster Choi has trained over 20,000 students and produced over 20 national champions, world champions, and Olympic winners. He served as a coach for the USA Taekwondo team for the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

OMAC’s VISION & MISSION

Vision:
Kids Grow Up Happy & Healthy
Young become Wise & Strong
Old Enjoy Peace & Harmony

Mission:
Education, Training, Application and Teaching

Goals:
Self Improvement with the Action Philosophy of the Truth, Goodness & Beauty

CHANGING THE HUMAN EQUATION SELF IMPROVEMENT, Common Goals for All.
The extent of human potential has yet to be fully discovered. Our aim has always been one of self-improvement and we will offer a process for restoring balance to life. We provide a guide that can apply to everyday lives thereby changing the human equation.

Winter Camp - Fun with friends

THE HOLISTIC APPROACH

OMAC’s MOOGONGRYU is a holistic martial art based on Taekwondo and incorporated the benefits of other martial arts such as Karate, Kung Fu, Hapkido and Kimoodo healing art. We designed it to educate our students in life skills for attaining balance in their lives.

WORLDWIDE BRANCHES

We are an organization with branches around the World including Germany, England, Korea, and Canada. OMAC has nine martial arts branches in Columbus and Central Ohio.

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