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FREE MONTH CLASS TRIAL!!! No long term contracts! TIME TO GET IN SHAPE AND DEFEND YOURSELF! Shins Academy located INSIDE Prairie Life Fitness Center 2275 South 132nd street Self Defense Taekwondo - Hapkido ( CLASS TIMES listed on the PHOTO ) Shin's Academy is proud to offer free martial art classes for THREE weeks WOW for PLF Members and PLF non-members (general public) are eligible for this offer. Since 1972, Shin's Academy has been instructing in the martial arts of Taekwondo & Hapkido. Our students receive instruction from dedicated and experienced instructors that take the time to teach self-defense as well as self discipline. We offer Adult classes in Self - Defense. Our instructors have a combine knowledge of over 100 years of knowledge. Learn, have fun, stay in shape and find out what martial arts can do for you. Feel free to stop in to participate OR watch a class if you like. All of our classes are located in the Kids Gym. Beginners welcome! Simply ask the front desk for more details. **Taekwondo The art of hand and foot fighting! This art focuses on kicking, punches and forms and of course sparring! Our students train and participate in tournaments while still learning traditional TaeKwonDo. Disipline and Self Defense with Fun! Student **Ages 6-70**!!! **Hapkido The art of Coordinated Power This art is a self defense art that Does Not focus fighting in a tournaments but rather defending yourself from 1 on 1 or multiple attacks. The Special Forces in Vietnam even trained in Hapkido because it focuses on in close fighting and does not require big muscles to be effective. Some aspects of this art is kicking, punching, throwing, ground fighting, joint locks, taking down an appointment and chocking techniques as well as much , much more. Ages: 16 to 65. (Note: Hapkido does use wrist locks and throws using wrist locks, which can damage young joints, 15-16 is minimum and is up to the sole discretion of Senior Instructors) Call Bob Elic, Instructor for more detail!