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Tai Chi and Qigong training help to strengthen the mind, body, and immune system!
We have relocated to 1831 Wehrli Rd. Naperville, IL. 60565!
Class schedules are listed below.
Thank you for bearing with us during this transition!
If you are interested in self defense, we teach a well-rounded program which ranges from submissive (Aikido) to life and death situations (Hapkido). Learn grab techniques, punch defense, kick defense, knife defense, and gun defense. All defenses come with multiple blocks and strikes.
Hello, and thank you for visiting United Martial Arts. For questions or to sign up for beginner classes, you can walk in, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (630) 369-4949 and we will be happy assist you.
Normal Operating Hours
Monday through Friday
Adult and Family Lessons:
Monday through Friday
12PM-1PM and 7PM-8PM
Childrens Lessons (age 5-10):
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
QiGong Therapy and Private Training:
By Appointment Only
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This Chinese martial art combines relaxation and exercise in a series of continuous, flowing body movements.
Bagua Zhang is an internal martial art to increase speed, power and health benefits.
Jujitsu, literally meaning the "art of softness", consists primarily of grappling techniques.
This course includes training in basic kick, punch and blocking techniques and forms.
Kung Fu forms taught include Northern Shaolin Long Fist, Hung Gar, Five Elements, Five Animals, and many more.
Weapons training is a higher form of mental and physical training.
Aikido teaches people how to calmly accept and control an attack, rather than react violently to a violent situation.
Kom Do is a modern martial art of fencing, the Korean equivalent of Japanese kendo.
Qigong is a powerful system of healing and energy medicine from China. It is the art and science of using breathing techniques, gentle movement, and meditation to cleanse, strengthen, and circulate the life energy (qi).Learn More
Grandmaster Thomas Patrick Mcgee, a registered 9th degree Black Belt of the United Martial Arts Association of America, has 46 years of martial arts training, including 43 years of teaching and consultation. He is a trained practicioner of Chinese Qigong based upon eastern philosophies.
Grandmaster Mcgee has taught state and local law enforcement in both Illinois and Florida, and provided corporate consultation in health management and self-defense. In addition to the four locations in Illinois, he has owned and/or consulted schools in Pennsylvania, Florida, California, Massachusetts, Texas, New Hampshire, and Arizona.
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