Bellaire Martial Arts Academy
Bellaire Wushu Academy Bellaire ITF Taekwon-Do Academy
"Praise be to the LORD my Rock, teaching my hands the use of the sword, and my fingers the art of fighting"
Welcome to the Bellaire Martial Arts Academy.
Our school is located in Bossier City, Louisiana. BMAA(Bellaire Martial Arts Academy) offers martial arts training in the Chinese Martial Art of Wushu (武術) traditional Kung Fu (My Jhong Law Horn) Chinese Kempo, Iss-Hogai, and Combat Martial Arts, (All Competition styles), Tai Chi (太極) (Taiji or Tai Chi Chuan) and ITF Taekwon-Do. BMAA has a proud and strong lineage. BMAA is a Christian Fellowship and its instructors each dedicated to provide a high quality of teaching and training in the Chinese and Korean Martial Arts. Our Instructors specialized in many areas of martial arts. Classes are available for men, women and children.
The BMAA was founded by Dr. Randy Harper (Sifu) on Biblical principles in the Word of God. BMAA is committed to sharing Christ through the Wushu , and Christian Fellowship.
The mission of BMAA is to train leaders and to Love The Lord. BMAA also promotes Wushu and martial arts and self defense. Our goal is to encourage humbleness, restore family values and witness the gospel through Wushu (Chinese Martial Arts) and Taekwon-Do.
BMAA is an organization which is health-oriented and focuses on the values of Christ. BMAA also encourages our students to maintain good spiritual and physical health, and develop confidence and skill.
The instructors believe that through the Wushu and Martial arts, students will learn the core tenets of RESPECT and DISCIPLINE.
It is critical for students to learn Respect on three levels: (1) Respect for their Sifu, (2) Respect for the school (Home), (3) Respect towards fellow students (family/society). As the student learns respect, they will also learn the art of Discipline, through training, students will learn Discipline in three levels: (1) Discipline of one's actions (physical), (2) Discipline of one's words and thoughts (mental), (3) Discipline of one's emotions and spirit (spirit). It is important that Respect and Discipline are trained together, not separate. If a student learns only Discipline, they learn only to follow rules without respect for the rules, but with Respect and Discipline, a student will desire to follow the rules, and will be able to apply the tenets of Respect and Discipline at school, at home and in society.
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