Great New Location @ Ina & Thornydale

Jump KickJae Kim’s Martial Arts is the premiere dojang (道場) or “school” for TaeKwonDo and Hapkido in Tucson Arizona.  Grandmaster Kim would like to extend to you an invitation to come and study these Korean art forms with us.  We are located in Northwest Tucson but serve all of Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley and beyond.

Taekwondo is Korean for “Foot (Tae) - Hand (Kwon) – Way (Do)”, loosely translated into English as ”The Art of Kicking and Punching” and is an excellent way to stay fit and flexible.  TaeKwonDo is great way to get into shape through good cardio vascular workouts, as well as to build discipline for both your mind and body.

Attention TaeKwonDo students and parents…

WE’VE MOVED!!

Our new location is in the Embassy Plaza located at

3936 W. Ina Rd. Suite #326

Come by and see our new DoJang today!
Thank you for being part of our “family” here at Jae Kim’s Martial Arts School.
We look forward to seeing you at our new Dojang.

For Kids …

TaeKwonDo is also great for kids as an outlet for them to burn off excess energy, develop good fitness practices, work on self control and self discipline, and to develop a sense of good self worth.

  Families…

Many families currently workout together here at Jae Kim’s Martial Arts.  We encourage families to participate as well, as it is always good for kids to have their parents involved with them in their interests and activities.  This forms a bond that will last a lifetime, sets an example for your children, plus… you get to get into shape and maintain a healthy lifestyle as well.

  Adults…

In addition to the kids and family classes we also offer adult oriented classes that are geared more toward the focused individuals intent on getting the most out of their training.  Which ever class you choose, the benefits of TaeKwonDo will be evident and the results will make you feel extrodinary.

Our modest facility has a waiting area that is actually part of the dojang so as to welcome visitors and family to actively watch their students, perhaps giving them a personal involvement with the student.