Classes Available Martial Arts & Fitness



Combat Hapkido is an extremely realistic and versatile discipline of self-protection that includes an extensive variety of striking, joint locks, pressure points, grappling and disarming techniques. The result is a comprehensive self-defense system that is practical and most of all 100% effective.

Combat Hapkido’s dynamic concepts are based on scientific principles of anatomy and bio kinetics as well as psychology and strategy. It is well suited for men and women of all sizes because physical strength and athletic abilities are not essential. The emphasis is on the redirecting the assailant’s aggression and power back towards them with little effort and minimum force on your part.

The essence of Combat Hapkido is pure self-defense. It’s the synthesis of dynamic concepts, scientific principles, and realistic applications for everyone.

Taught by Master Sage and Master Tyler both 5th Degree Black Belts in Combat Hapkido.

Traditional Tae Kwon-Do and Competition Team

le  Group class including all ages and belt levels focusing on fundamentals of Tae Kwon-do.

Axiom teaches the physical techniques of Tae Kwon-do including forms, sparring, self defense, board breaking, blocking, kicking, punches.  As well as the mental and ethical aspects; self confidence, discipline, etiquette and respect.

 For  students wanting to put their skills to the test we offer Axiom  Martial Arts Competition Team. Geared for competitive sparring and forms  students, this program builds its core on fitness and  training athletes for year-round tournament level participation. The  team competes in both poomsae and fast-paced Olympic style sparring, exercising learned skills in the gym and in the ring.   

Class taught by Coach Caleb and Masters Sage & Tyler


Little Kickers

  Tae Kwon-Do classes for children 3-5 years old.  Focusing on self defense, safety awareness, youth development, discipline and beginner Tae Kwon-Do skills. 




Mix of cardio and strength training using Tae Kwon-Do and Hapkido techniques.

Circuit training along with bag kicks and punches round out the work out.