Mu Han Total Martial Arts
Mu Han Total Martial Arts has been changing the lives of athletes for years. Our goal is not only to create the next generation of martial artists, but to build a better world. We cultivate the confidence and skill set of every student that walks through our doors, whether it’s your first class or you’re already a black belt. After going through our curriculum, you are bound to grow immensely as both a martial artist and a person. We are here to help you with the next step of your journey!
Programs offered at various ages:
Little tigers- Ages: 4-6
Junior Beginner/Advanced- Ages 6-12
Teen- Ages 13-17
Adult- 18+View Offers
The sport of wushu is both an exhibition and a full-contact sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts. It was developed in China after 1949, in an effort to standardize the practice of traditional Chinese martial arts.
Jing Wu Kung Fu
Master and Wushu legend Huo Yuanjia. Huo Yuanjia founded the Jing Wu Sports Federation and is called one of China’s historical sports heroes, and lived from 1868 to 1910.
Kukkiwon as the World Taekwondo Headquarters has vitalized Taekwondo in the form of the leading martial art by globalizing it since its foundation 1972.
A.K.A "Professional Taekwondo"
Moon Moo Kwan TaeKwonDo
The tentatively named Moon Moo Kwan was established in 1956 with a temporary meeting at the Air Force Unit, and around 1966, the president of the International Taekwondo Federation, Choi Hong-hee, suggested what to do with the name Moon Moo Kwan, and the name Moon Moo Kwan was used.
Gyeonggi-do Taekwondo Association was organized in June of 1962. The group was in charge of Taekwondo administration for 20 years in Incheon, As Incheon city split as a metropolitan city from Gyeonggi-do on July 25th of 1981
Martial Arts Program
At our Taunton location.
- MA State licensed from EEC and eligible to be accepted State Voucher
- Door to door Transportation program available
- Staff certified CORI/ BRC screened and finished 2 years Mu Han Instructor’s course
- Yearly certified First Aid and CPR from American Heart Association
- Continue proper respect learned from Martial Arts Class
- Stay physically fit program
- All day Camp for Public School Vacation
- Low ratio of Instructors and students ( 5 students 1 instructor)
- Learn right manner for home and School
Mu Han Total Martial Arts Program
1. Regular Class
- Age 4 and up (however Class will divide)3 different age groups for best lesson. (4-6/6-12/13+)
- The most formal class structure is based on a balance of Mentality, Technique and Physical activity.
- This class suits people who are looking for stress reduction, gaining physical strength and basic fundamental knowledge of ancient Martial Arts philosophy.
- If anyone comes to class regularly, you will reach your goals!
2. Mu Han Taekwondo Sparring Class
- Focused on sports competition to develop athletic point of Martial Arts
3. Mu Han PT Class
- Focused on fitness aspects of Martial Arts which flexibility, tone muscle, endurance and weight control
4. Team Mu Han
- Goal to be a National Taekwondo competitor
- Taekwondo is Olympic Sports
5. Instructor course
- To be a Mu Han Total Martial Arts Instructor
- 2 years/ 4 semesters curriculum
What are people saying about us?
Not only did I go there yrs ago at the 1st school in Attleboro, but I know have my 6 yr old daughter going. She absolutely loves going.
Master Oh is not only a master in Taekwondo, but he is a master in motivating his students. He definitely gets the best out of all of them! I highly recommend Mu Han!
The instructors all know the kids by name and do a great job teaching respect and discipline while also keeping it fun.
You know when you don't have to drag your child to an activity, that says a lot. Thank you Master Oh and team at Mu Han. Respect and confidence.
Mu Han and its team has been amazing for sending my daughter's confidence and overall demeanor into the stratosphere. An easy recommend from me.
Role models are important. I was looking for the Best Martial Arts, a place where my grandson would not only learn this type of Martial arts but grow in every way possible.
Tae Kwon Do
Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training our body and mind. Today, it has become a global sport that has gained an international reputation, and stands among the Official games in the Olympics.
Taekwondo is physically very dynamic with active movements that include a mirage of foot skills and principle physical movements are in sync with that of the mind and life as a whole. It also possesses dynamic poses from another perspective.
Taekwondo pursues harmonious growth and improvements of life through its unique activities. This is why one could say Taekwondo is a way of life. To ultimately enable ourselves to lead more valuable lives, we would do well by finding the guiding principles deeply hidden in Taekwondo.
All our Instructors, Masters and Black belts are certified from Korea Taekwondo HeadQuarters. Grand Master Chang Kang holds an International Referee license.
Mu Han Total Martial Arts Program
We acknowledge that students and parents come to Martial Art Schools with different goals, improvement of physicality, mentality, fitness, competitive sports, self-defense and so on.
Mu Han Total Martial Arts wants to meet all personal goals our students have. Supported by our goal setting structure, delivered through our class curriculum.
Moo Hak (Professional) Taekwondo
Moo Hak Taekwondo was founded by Master Young Park in Korea. Moo Hak Taekwondo has been developed into a format of battle strategy rather than sports strategy. This means striking techniques have explosive impact. That makes this Art not suitable for beginners or normal students but suitable for the Special Force, West Point, President body guard detail and Police 707 Special Task Force Team in Korea.
Master Jin Oh taught and demonstrated at the above places and he also served as Head Master in Korea’s Professional Taekwondo Federation.
Hap Ki Do
Hap Ki Do includes a vast variety of arm and leg joint locks, weapon techniques, throws, kicks, hits, and nerve pressure techniques. Hap Ki Do is no martial sport but a Martial Art, which is outstandingly suitable for self-defense. It can be learned both by men and by women, regardless of their age.
Grand Master Chang Kang holds 5th degree Black belt and Master license from Korea Hap Ki Do Association.
Kyuk Too Ki
Kyuk Too Ki was founded by Master Gui Jin Kim. Style of Kyuk Too Ki is similar to Kickboxing so it is often called Korean kickboxing. This Art is a dynamic and athletic point of Art. Kyuk Too Ki will suit for intense contact sports, however, it can be used for conditioning practice without sparring.
Grand Master Chang Kang holds 5th degree Black belt in Kyuk Too Ki and he served as Je Joo State committee member.
Ship Pal Gi
Ship pal Gi (Korean: 십팔기 Chinese: 十八技 lit: “eighteen techniques”) is a Korean Martial Art comprised of a system of eighteen traditional military practices followed in Korea. First organized in 1759. These methods are classified into three categories (thrust, slice, and strike) and reflect strong influence from Chinese Martial Arts and the tactical military situation of the 16th and 17th centuries before firearms and modern military technology replaced bladed weapons as primary-use in the Korean Army.
Master Jin Oh Martial Arts journey begins with Ship Pal Ki and holds 4th degree Black belt.
The sport of wushu is both an exhibition and a full-contact sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts. It was developed in China after 1949, in an effort to standardize the practice of traditional Chinese martial arts, although attempts to structure the various decentralized martial arts traditions date back earlier, when the Central Guoshu Institute was established at Nanking in 1928. The term Wushu is Chinese for “martial arts” (武 “Wu” = military or martial, 术 “Shu” = art). In contemporary times, Wushu has become an international sport through the International Wushu Federation (IWUF), which holds the World Wushu Championships every two years; the first World Championships were held in 1991 in Beijing.
The forms comprise basic movements (stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps, sweeps and throws) based on aggregate categories of traditional Chinese martial art styles and can be changed for competitions to highlight one’s strengths. Competitive forms have time limits that can range from 1 minute and 20 seconds for some external styles to over five minutes for internal styles. Modern Wushu competitors are increasingly training in aerial techniques such as 540 and 720 and even 900 degree jumps and kicks to add more difficulty and style to their forms.
Master Jin Oh was 1st place in Southern Fist Form, 1st place Spear weapon division and 1st place – 75kg Sparring division in 1992 and he served on the Seoul National Team.