Beginner-friendly Korean Jiu Jitsu North York classes at
T.H.A Martial Arts (near Bayview-Eglinton)
1666 Bayview Ave, #200, East York, ON.
M4G 3C1, Canada. (416)440-2828
Yes. Jiu-Jitsu schools in North York and Toronto are very popular.
But let’s be honest.
The truth is… most adults are simply not looking to becoming professional mma fighters or jiu-jitsu champions.
You are probably interested in a rewarding and exciting martial arts experience that tests their physical and mental boundaries, while gaining practical self-defence skills, and enjoying an amazing workout.
Does this sound like you?
What makes Hapkido – our Korean Jiu Jitsu North York Classes – at T.H.A Martial Arts different?
Fun, safe, beginner-friendly classes.
Have you have been curious about taking up Judo, Jiu-jitsu, Aikido or any similar grappling type of martial art?
We have you covered :).
And don’t worry – you’ll never have to worry about being beat up or getting hurt at this Korean jiu-jitsu North York Toronto school. Everyone here supports and look out for each other.
Flexible memberships and trial options.
We know that one size usually doesn’t fit all. That is why we do our best to offer a variety of membership types, and trial options to suit your needs.
Start by scheduling a free trial class and get to know us better.
Our committment is to serve you, so we pride ourselves in being very transparent with our tuition fees and fair membership options.
Practical skills… with a touch of tradition.
The thing is… there are also many forms, styles, and approaches to Jiu Jitsu out there.
We teach Hapkido – a Korean form of Jiu-jitsu with a beautiful symphony of effortless takedowns, skillful joint manipulation, with devastating strikes and kicks, fused in a cohesive system of self defense.
At T.H.A we believe in authentic, safe, and progressive training methods while honoring traditional martial arts values.
Take the first step
Sure you can! Scroll down and click on the button to book a trial. We will follow up to assist with scheduling your first visit.
If you prefer a long trial period, you can enrol for our no-obligation 3-week trial with complementary boxing gloves.
Yes! We also have a caring team of instructors to work hand-in-hand with you during your first couple of classes, until you get more comfortable.
All our classes are beginner friendly and the lessons are organized to be progressively more challenging with time, and accommodating to newer members.
Short answer: Hapkido is an ecclectic martial arts discipline with a coheasive set of principles that explores the relationship of human physiology and self defense.
It incorporates striking, kicking, throwing, joint locks, take-downs, chokes, traditional weapons, etc, as tools in exploring this relationship.
Self defense is simply one of the many by-products of martial arts training and is not the only focus in Hapkido. At its core, the art embodies a holistic approach to mind-body fitness, personal growth, and self protection.
In consideration of our members’ privacy, we’ve had to discourage walk-ins coming to watch.
It’s quite understanding that some people would feel uncomfortable with visitors sitting in to watch them sweating their butts off in class 🙂
We are happy to schedule a visit to check out the school or meet with a member of our staff. If you are simply curious about martial arts training, we have lots of class footage on our social media channels.
We are all about service, and do not believe in long-term contracts.
As professionals we hold ourselves to high standards of committment to offering the best possible experience for our members at all times.
In return, we also ask for a small level of committment from you that we feel is fair. We use a billing company with short-term membership agreements that allow to cancel with a 30-day notice. No questions asked.
Yes there are. Women make up a good size of our staff and instructor team.
We also have lots of amazing female martial artists in our classes.
It is part of our core values to offer a workout environment that is inclusive and not gender dominated.
What type of Jiu-Jitsu is this?
Jiu Jitsu has gained a lot of popularity for it’s effectiveness in Self Defense and grappling competitions. There are also more Jiu Jitsu North York Schools opening up in the last few years.
What sets Hapkido apart is that it offers a complete self defense system that teaches you how to handle opponents while standing, confined to close-quarters, or on the ground.
We committed our efforts in creating an adult-friendly environment, with training methods that are practical, safe, exciting, and great for beginners.
What Else Do Members Love About Our Korean Jiu Jitsu North York Classes?
Our culture is one where everyone supports and look out for each other.
Add all that to well-organized and cutting edge training methods that are reality-based, and you’re in for the most exciting, sweat pouring, martial arts lesson in every class you attend.
And don’t worry… being beat up or getting hurt is something you will never have to be concerned about while training at Toronto Hapkido Academy. Our community is one where everyone cares, and looks out for one another.
Korean Jiu Jitsu North York school.
We believe in a progressive and street-smart approach to self protection, and honor traditional martial arts values such as humility, kindness, self-control, and respect.
Our classes are fun, safe, and beginner-friendly.
If you want an adult Jiu Jitsu North York class that offers functional workouts, a welcoming mature environment, with practical skills taught safely and responsibly – we are a great fit for you!
In our classes, we incorporate an engaging, safe, result-driven workout with our adult members in mind.
Hapkido is one of the few self defense systems that embraces functional training… with a touch of tradition.
The goal – to help you achieve a leaner, stronger, and more alive body while developing amazing martial arts skills.
We get a lot of positive feedback from our members telling us how much they enjoy their classes because they are lots of fun, engaging, and the people here are great.