Kong Shin Bup International LLC - 1928 Robinwood Drve, Warrington PA  18976 - 971-645-1152 - kevin_janisse@hotmail.com
Kong Shin Bup International The Ultimate Martial Art

We can give credit to Grandmaster Choi, Yong-Sool

for many of the principles and techniques taught in

HapKido. Many of these principles can be traced back

to his study in Daito-Ryu Aiki Jutsu. It is also believed

that the name HapKiDo was first used by GM Choi

and GM Ji.

Hap Ki Do

What is Hap Ki Do?

The common translation is:  "Way of coordinated power". What does this mean to the martial artist? It is to push when pulled or pull when pushed. It is to use your opponents energy and redirect it against him. It is to use the movement of your whole body to transmit maximum power with minimum effort. Though the concepts sound simple it takes many years to develop these principles.
The popularity of the name HapKiDo can be credited to Grandmaster Ji, Han Jae and also  to the late Han, Bong Soo who both studied under Choi, Yong-Sool.
Do Ju Nim Ji with Grandmaster Janisse in 2006.
Grandmaster Kevin Janisse first met Grandmaster Ji and started learning from him in 2006.  Since then Grandmaster Janisse has had the privilege to continue learning from Do Ju Nim Ji and develop a  close friendship with his Sin Moo Hap Ki Do inheritor, Grandmaster Ken MacKenzie.
Grandmaster Ken MacKenzie & Grandmaster Janisse
Training together on the road
Kong Shin Bup International LLC - 1928 Robinwood Drve, Warrington PA  18976 - 971-645-1152 - kevin_janisse@hotmail.com
Kong Shin Bup International The Ultimate Martial Art

We can give credit to Grandmaster Choi, Yong-Sool

for many of the principles and techniques taught in

HapKido. Many of these principles can be traced back

to his study in Daito-Ryu Aiki Jutsu. It is also believed

that the name HapKiDo was first used by GM Choi

and GM Ji.

Hap Ki Do

What is Hap Ki Do?

The common translation is:  "Way of coordinated power". What does this mean to the martial artist? It is to push when pulled or pull when pushed. It is to use your opponents energy and redirect it against him. It is to use the movement of your whole body to transmit maximum power with minimum effort. Though the concepts sound simple it takes many years to develop these principles.
The popularity of the name HapKiDo can be credited to Grandmaster Ji, Han Jae and also  to the late Han, Bong Soo who both studied under Choi, Yong-Sool.
Do Ju Nim Ji with Grandmaster Janisse in 2006.
Grandmaster Kevin Janisse first met Grandmaster Ji and started learning from him in 2006.  Since then Grandmaster Janisse has had the privilege to continue learning from Do Ju Nim Ji and develop a  close friendship with his Sin Moo Hap Ki Do inheritor, Grandmaster Ken MacKenzie.
Grandmaster Ken MacKenzie & Grandmaster Janisse
Training together on the road