Styles We Teach

Muay Thai is one of the most powerful and effective martial arts in the world. Developed over thousands of years, this ancient martial art of Thailand is known for its tremendous power, maximum efficiency, and raw simplicity. Muay Thai utilizes a beautiful symphony of kicks, punches, clinching, knees, and elbows techniques with fluidity and grace. It is one of the handful of martial arts in the world that has been undeniably battle-tested, street-certified, and ring-proven for real-life encounters. Muay Thai is also infused heavily in rich tradition and Thai culture as it is the national sport of Thailand.
Jiu-Jitsu (From Japan/Brazil) - Literally meaning the "art of softness", and originally developed in Japan by the Samurai. Over the years, Jiu-Jitsu has spread throughout the world. Today Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is popular. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), Judo and Aikido all originally come from Japanese Jiu-Jitsu. Today Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has proven to be one of the most effective fighting styles when in close-quarters or on the ground. Regardless of the size and strength of your opponents, students will learn the mechanics of how to utilize leverage, positioning and timing to submit their opponent through joint manipulations, chokes and holds.

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), the fastest growing sport in the world, is a dynamic combination of the world's most effective martial arts. Popularized by the UFC, it is battle tested and based on empirical evidence, most experts agree that a combination of Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Wrestling, and Boxing create the perfect martial art for the reality.

Boxing is one of the oldest and most efficient of combat sports. Utilizing punches, footwork, and head movement, boxing is the "Sweet Science" of hitting without getting hitting. Through proper body mechanics, boxing is efficient as it is smooth in generating powerful punches and beautiful evasive defense. Boxing has Undeniably best hands. Unlike Tae Kwon Do which focuses on kicking, we integrate Boxing to create balance in our students martial skills.
Tae Kwon Do comes from Korea and is referred to as "The way of the hand and feet". Tae Kwon Do is an official Olympic Sport and is one of the "Best Kicking Arts" and has some of the best footwork. This style focuses on fast, powerful kicks and movement. Great for students that would like to develop fast feet, improve flexibility, coordination, balance and stamina.
Karate means 'Empty Hands" is a traditional martial art from Okinawa and Japan. There are many styles of Karate like Shotokan, Shito-ryu, Goju-ryu, Wado-ryu, Shorin-ryi, Uechi-ryu and Kyokushinkai. Each style has its own uniqueness, but, overall, Karate is known for its hard powerful and fast strikes, punches, block, sweeps, take-downs and footwork. Some are more circular versus linear or hard versus soft.
Kung Fu comes from China and can refer to any skill achieved through hard work and practice. There are hundreds of styles of Kung Fu. The style that we teach at Blue Dragon's is Wing Chun. This is one of the more modern systems to evolve in China and one of the most practical for self-defense. This was the original system that Bruce Lee learned before creating his own style "Jeet Kune Do". This system is a very practical style that emphasizes economy of motion for street defense.
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