9769 Fall Creek Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46256 | 317-213-5276 |

Our Location


9769 Fall Creek Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46256

We have recently moved! Come see our new location...

We are conveniently located in Geist Crossing next to Kroger off of the intersection at 79th and Fall Creek Road. That's just two minutes west from Sunnyside Road, six minutes east from I-465N (east side), and five minutes south from 96th St.

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Current Students

Our curriculum

is based on a gradual progression of both the number and quality of techniques.  This is accomplished by a belt system which is further subdivided by a stripe system.  Combined they present the student with a systematic progression of short and long term goals, in which students can easily chart their own progress without simply moving forward at the whim and favor of the instructor.

White

  1. Front, Side, and Crescent Kicks, and new blocks
  2. Tenets and Student Oath
  3. Demonstrate form (Ki-Bon)
  4. Demonstrate One Steps

Yellow

  1. Round, Spin Side, and Spin Crescent Kicks
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Dan-Gun)
  3. Demonstrate form (Dan-Gun)
  4. Demonstrate One Steps

Orange

  1. Jump Front, Jump Side, and Jump Round Kicks
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Do-San)
  3. Demonstrate form (Do-San)
  4. Demonstrate Combinations

Senior Orange

  1. Inside Crescent, Jump Inside Crescent, and Jump Outside Crescent Kicks
  2. Demonstrat previously learned kicks up to orange belt
  3. Demonstrate form Do-San with increased detail and power
  4. Demonstrate Combinations with increased fluidity and accuracy

Green

  1. Hook, Spin Hook, and Spin Heel Kicks
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Won-Hyo)
  3. Demonstrate form (Won-Hyo)
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Senior Green

  1. Jump Spin Hook, Jump Spin Side, and Jump Spin Crescent Kicks
  2. Demonstrate previously learned kicks up to Green Belt
  3. Demonstrate form (Won-Hyo) with increased detail and power
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Purple 

  1. Demonstrate Escrima Stick Blocks 1-5
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Yul-Guk)
  3. Demonstrate form (Yul-Guk
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Senior Purple

  1. Demonstrate Escrima Stick Blocks 6-10
  2. Demonstrate previously learned kicks up to Senior Green Belt
  3. Demonstrate form (Yul-Guk) with increased detail and power
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Blue

  1. Axe, Jump Spin Heel, and Butterfly (360 inside crescent) Kicks
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Joong-Gun)
  3. Demonstrate form (Joong-Gun)
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Senior Blue

  1. 360 Front, 360 Round, and Twist Kicks
  2. Demonstrate previously learned kicks up to Blue belt 
  3. Demonstrate form (Joong-Gun) with increased detail and power
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Brown

  1. 360 Side, 360 Hook Kicks
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Hwa-Rang)
  3. Demonstrate form (Hwa-Rang)
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Senior Brown

  1. 360 Outside Crescent, 360 Heel Kicks
  2. Demonstrate previously learned kicks from Blue Belt to Brown Belt
  3. Demonstrate form (Hwa-Rang) with increased detail and power
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Red

  1. Demonstrate new form techniques 
  2. Demonstrate first half of form (Choong-Moo)
  3. Demonstrate form (Choong-Moo)
  4. Demonstrate rank appropriate sparring

Senior Red

  1. Demonstrate all learned hand techniques
  2. Demonstrate all learned kicking techniques
  3. Demonstrate form (Choong-Moo) with increased detail and power
  4. Attend and complete Black Belt Preparation Class

Black

A Black Belt is considered a master of the basics and it is at this level that a students most beneficial training begins Black Belts progress in degreeā€™s from 1st to 9th degree with subdivisions of the first 4 Degrees. No stripes are earned in between the Black Belts rank testings (students are responsible for establishing their own short term goals)

Students progress at Belt Testings by demonstrating an age and rank appropriate level of ability in three areas: Forms, Sparring (or One-Steps for beginner students), and Board Breaking (for advanced students) you can click on any of the links below for more information.

Black Belt forms