Temple Of Hybrid Martial Arts

Temple Of Hybrid Martial Arts

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6 years in business

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Teaching a Combination of Traditional Martial Arts and Sports/MMA Martial Arts.You can reach out to us at [email protected] For self defense on the Street, in the Ring, Self Improvement and Health. Best way to reach me is on my Facebook page. Temple of Hybrid Martial Arts: Combat Science. With over 25 years experience in a multitude of Martial Arts styles. Classes are for everyone who is apt and willing to learn, so there is no age limit as exercises and routines can be customized for each individual as needed. Styles include Boxing, Tae Kwon do, Hap Ki Do, Muay Thai Boran/Boxing, Shaolin Five Animals and Five Familes Fists (G.M. Ark Yuey Wong Lineage), Tai Chi Chuan, Hsing I, Tang Lang (Mantis) fist, Sanda (Chinese Kick Boxing), Shuai Jiao (Chinese Wrestling), Qi Na (Chinese Joint Locks), as well as Weapons Training.  

I enjoy being able to show those who need to have confidence in themselves, to be the anti-bully, and the chance to make a change in the world in my own way. I enjoy helping those learn their own strengths and helping them grow as a Martial artist and an individual.

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El Paso, TX 79930
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

You can reach me at [email protected] I usually have a one on one with the student and sometimes the parents. I assess their qualities and see what kind of body mechanics they are used to and try to help them improve. You can reach me at [email protected]

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've been training in Martial Arts Combat and sports pretty much all my life.Please reach out to me at [email protected] It's a huge part of me. I love to teach and I love to learn as well. There's always a way to improve oneself.... Eitherway, I started early in life with Boxing From my father and Grandfather. Our Family used to own a gym in San Francisco run by my late uncle Pedro "Petey" Alvarez, who is recorded as signing up George Foreman to fight and defeat "Smokey" Joe Robinson. So Boxing was a must, and i picked up some Jiujitsu from my father and Grandfather since my grandfather is ex military and I was always so short and had to deal with bullies and Choi is growing up. Then I met a multi-stylist (Kwajanim) Master John L. Scott who taught Tae Kwon Do (Kukkiwan Association), Hap Ki Do (World Chun Ki Association), Kenpo, Muay Thai Kick Boxing and Brazilian Jiujitsu. Who also introduced me to his teacher Grand Master Han Young Choi (The interior of Hap Ki Do of WCKA) and I got to learn from him as well for about 4 years. And for over a decade I learned from Sifu Roberto Briseño the Five Animal and Five Families systems of Shaolin of the (Grand Master) Sigung Ark Yuey Wong Lineage. As well as other variousistyles of Kung Fu/Chuan Fa/Kuen. Since then I have combined all my knowledge into my own system but still show those who want to learn specific styles and/or techniques. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

We now have a location we are subletting from. Prices vary from month to month, contract and non contract. We have group prices as well as millitary and senior discounts

How did you get started teaching?

I started about 5 years ago due to people expressing their disdain for being bullied. You can reach me at [email protected] I taught people personally and eventually taught in various locations in el paso texas but never anywhere permanent. I am still looking for a permanent location and solution. But at home is where I can say I'm always at.

What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with students of all types of Men and Women from as early as 6 years old up to some in their late 50's. You can reach me at [email protected]

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure he knows his Lineage and can show you proper techniques on a bag or on you without harming you. Make sure you do your research on a teacher and where he learned. Also research the styles he says hes going to teach so you know wether or not it pertains to you.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Wether or not your being bullied. Be honest about why you want to learn Martial Arts to yourself. I'll teach you what I know but you have to have some kind of drive or passion. It can be as simple as self defense, or to compete in tournaments, or just to improve oneself.