The Youn Wha Ryu Martial Arts Association has martial arts academy locations in Missouri, Alabama, Illinois, Kansas, Tennessee, and Hong Kong China. Farmington Martial Arts Academy is the largest academy in the Youn Wha Ryu Martial Arts Association and the headquarters. Our other academies are located in the Missouri towns of Lesterville, Jackson, Frederictown, Perryville, Bismarck, and West Plains, the Alabama town of Fairhope, the Illinois towns of Chester and Glen Ellen, Giles County Tennessee, and Hong Kong China! The Youn Wha Ryu Martial Arts Association family continues to grow.

Joining any one of the member academies of the Youn Wha Ryu Martial Arts Association will allow you to train at any of our academies.

For driving directions to a Youn Wha Ryu Association Academy near you visit the academies page on this website.

You can also visit our Martial Arts Academy's Facebook Fan Pages at:

Missouri
Youn Wha Ryu Martial Arts Association Facebook Page
Farmington Martial Arts Facebook Page
Leadington Martial Arts Facebook Page
Fredericktown Martial Arts Facebook Page
Perryville Martial Arts Facebook Page

Illinois
Chester Martial Arts Facebook Page

Kansas
Baldwin Martial Arts Facebook Page

Tennesssee
Giles County Martial Arts Facebook Page

There are several other groups teaching the Youn Wha Ryu system and we encourage you to look into the system in your area:
American Youn Wha Association
Traditional Youn Wha Ryu Organization
World Youn Wha Ryu Association

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The Youn Wha Ryu system focuses on mental and spiritual training as equal to that of physical development. The martial arts are a craft of the mind as much as of the body. Having a well-centered mental state can only enhance an individual’s success in the martial arts as a sport and increase the effectiveness of self-defense techniques.

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Visit one of our Martial Arts Academies or contact us through our Contact page!
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