|Our school is part of the C.M.A.A The Fighting Tigers Academy started in 1972 with Korean Grandmaster Yang Song Oh who is also known as Tiger Yang. The teachings of Tiger Yang are still used today at our academy. Practice, Practice, Practice is the only way to become a solid Martial Artist. |
For over 10 years, the Chicago Martial Arts Association has played an important role in the personal growth and professional development of thousands of students locally, nationally, and internationally. The Chicago Martial Arts Association officially formed in 1999. Today we take pride in the martial art's we teach and bring to everyone .
The Chicago Martial Arts Association emphasizes technique in addition to an overall approach to the application of Martial Arts.To ensure that each student properly learns the techniques, each student receives individual attention and instruction during class.
Today there are multiple schools in our system who work together to improve the quality of training and instruction, and provide a positive environment for the students.
The Chicago Martial Arts Association would like to give a big thank you to G.J Torres from New Jersey and Ruby Camacho along with Team Camacho for their recent visit to Chicago during the week of October 16th to October 19th . We salute these brother's of ours in the Martial Arts.
We would like to thank Larry Weiss for putting on a great event and promoting Martial Arts in the Chicagoland area as well.
Below is a video of Ruby Camacho who many call
" El Maestro "