WHO ATTENDS: The Budokon®Mixed Martial Arts program is open to all skill levels from first time Martial Arts students to accomplished Black Belts from other systems. We attract driven, educated, successful people from all age groups. There is no level of experience in yoga or martial arts required because we teach students our unique system from the ground up. An intermediate level of physical fitness is suggested to begin.
WHAT WE LEARN: Our program consists of the exclusive Budokon®Integrated living model: a combination of Martial, Yogic, and Life Coaching Arts. Incuding street practicle self defence, we focus on 6 areas of personal development: Thought, Emotion, Relationship, Nutrition, Environment, and Movement.
HOW WE ADVANCE: The Budokon system has six belts: White, Red, Blue, Purple, Brown and Black. Each belt requires a minimum of four separate 3-day phases. Training phases can be spread out over 6-24 months for each belt. It takes the typical student 1 year to achieve each belt. The Black Belt is typically achieved over a 5-7 year span.
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WHERE & WHEN: The Budokon®Martial Arts program is held in a 3-day format in cities through out the world. For a list of dates and locations click this link: SELECT PROGRAM DATES
TUITION STRUCTURE: The Budokon University is committed to building a community of people based on dedication and leadership. Therefore our tuition structure reflects that commitment by decreasing financial obligations for students as they work towards their black belts, and exchanging them for teaching, growing and supporting the University. So you will only pay BU for your education for your first 3 belts, after that it becomes a work exchange program for aspiring black belts.
Housing and Meals are not included, however we are usually successful at hosting out of town students.
International tuition varies based on geographical location and currency. *payment plans are availible upon request. Please write to email@example.com
We use the Martial Arts in the developmental areas of emotion and movement. Along with the ability to defend oneself, Martial Arts brings to the surface many underdeveloped areas in the student from physical weakness to unresolved emotional fears. There are numerous philosophical Martial Arts principles applied and taught in regard to self awareness, leadership, and service that apply to all areas of development.
The Yogic work is used both physically and philosophically as a way to identify and heal emotional and physical injuries. We teach primarily Yoga posture (Hatha Yoga) with no emphasis on yoga as an expression of religious theology.
We ultimately use the Yogic and Martial Arts as a way to measure the students physical and emotional growth throughout the course. Each system serves to elevate the student to peak physical and mental condition as well as teaching practical self defense.
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