Adult Martial Arts Classes at the JCC Indianapolis
Learn Korean self-defense and combat disciplines Tae Kwon Do, the way of the foot and the hand, and Hapkido, the way of harmony at JCC Indianapolis. Practice traditional kicking and punching techniques in Tae Kwon Do, and try more advanced joint locks, grappling, and throwing in Hapkido. Students must participate in Tae Kwon Do class to take Hapkido.
Benefits of Adult Martial Arts
Adult Tae Kwon Do strengthens the body and the mind. While you learn practical self-defense skills with real-world applications (which hopefully you never have to use in those settings), you’ll also improve your focus.
What to Expect from Adult Martial Arts
These self-defense classes for adults are held in the 4,264-square-foot, middle school regulation size Schloss Gymnasium.
Classes are twice a week, 6-8 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays (6-7 p.m. Tae Kwon Do, 7-8 p.m. Hapkido) for 12 weeks. Promotion tests to move up to the next Tae Kwon Do belt are given at the end of each session.
Current and upcoming sessions are as follows:
$212 / $175 for JCC Members. Classes must be paid in full at the time of registration.
All self-defense classes for adults can be purchased at the Welcome Desk, or purchase online now.
About Master Jean-Pierre Decaudin
Master Jean-Pierre Decaudin has been teaching adult martial arts for about 40 years, all but two of which have been at the JCC. Originally from France, he was motivated to make self-defense his career after seeing the 1974 Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon. Aside from teaching adult Tae Kwon Do, he is retired, and is proud to have served the people of Indiana and the U.S. as part of the Indiana Guard Reserve.