4 Winds Martial Arts

4 Winds Martial Arts

"For many students, the most difficult step in the Marital Arts journey is the initial step of courage needed to walk into a Martial Arts school for the first time; in hindsight, even the long road to Black Belt pales."

Hello my name is Sifu Bob Melander, owner and head instructor of 4 Winds Martial Arts. If you are new to martial arts and have no experience, or you have martial arts experience and looking for a new challenge, you owe it to yourself to at least take advantage of our 3 FREE Lesson offer and see if our program is a good fit for you .

At 4 Winds Martial Arts there are no expensive, long term contracts, just quality instruction at a reasonable price. The classroom is always a very positive and friendly environment; where student/instructor interaction is always encouraged. Because the class sizes are limited; no more than 6 students per class, each student is guaranteed to have all of the individual attention required to fulfill his/her martial arts goals.

We train in Kajukenbo Tum Pai, a true Mixed Martial Art that is comprised of Kung Fu, Kenpo (Karate), Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Judo, Jujitsu and Escrima; this combination of martial arts makes it a perfect balance between the internal and external arts. Additionally, Kajukenbo is well known as one of the most efficient street self-defense systems around.

Ages 13 and older. Private or Group Classes are available.

If you are interested our Tai Chi Program, the Yang Style is the discipline taught at 4 Winds Martial Arts. Our curriculum includes the following:

• Yang Short Form (a.k.a. Yang 37 Form)

• Yang Long Form (a.k.a. Yang 108 Form)

• Weapons (Straight Sword, Broad Sword, Walking Cane, and Bo Staff)

• Qi Gong (a.k.a. Chi Gung - generating Chi)

• Push Hands

• Sticky Hands

• Meditation Techniques

Ages 18 or older. Private or Group Classes are available.

Call or text 623 910-1675 or E-mail me to claim your free classes!

"No one is born a Martial Artist, just as no one is born average. We can either commit to excellence, or accept mediocrity - it is our choice."