INSTRUCTORS

SCHOOL OWNER

  • Black Belt
  • Deputy Master (4th Dan)
  • School Owner
  • Chief Instructor
  • Examiner

Mr Barry Hampton

think Integrity Tradition holds that those who seek knowledge in the martial arts are persons of high character. In China, many of the most highly skilled “masters” had deep moral and religious belief systems. In Japan, those who were in the rank of warrior class were people of high character and lived by strict codes of ethics. In Korea, the heritage of the Hwa-Rang-Do youth group helped unify the three kingdoms of Korea in the year 688 A.D. They traveled throughout the country with the purpose of cultivating moral and patriotic ideas among the Korean youth. Those who decide to follow in the footsteps of other martial artists must be honest and pure of mind and spirit, seeking to rid themselves of vice and impure motives in their lives.

HUMILITY - INTEGRITY - GENTLENESS - PERSEVERANCE - SELF-CONTROL - UNBREAKABLE SPIRIT