MARTIAL ARTS

Usu Do Tae-Kwon-Do at NICC

Usu Do means ‘The Path of Excellence’.  Philosophically it represents the pursuit of excellence in all endeavors.  The art focuses on traditional Korean martial art forms, techniques, manners and discipline.  Usu Do also incorporates Olympic Taekwondo sparring.  Taekwondo has been an official Olympic sport since the 2000 Summer Games. Our mission is to promote self-confidence, responsibility, respect, courage and success. We have opportunities to participate not only in local and out-of-state tournaments but also in the future, to reach National Tournament.

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Program Level Contacts

  • Anam Uddin
  • Bassam Rasul

This program is 100% run by volunteers and the Program Lead is Sr Anam Uddin. If you need any further information about this program please email her: Taekwondo@noorohio.org. Or you can meet her most Tuesdays and Thursdays between 7 – 8 pm.

Our Head Instructor is Kyo Sa Eric Isaacs.  With over 35 years of experience he is a certificated martial arts instructor with the World Dang Soo Do Union and a USA Taekwondo certified coach.  He has coached Taekwondo athletes at local, state and national levels.  His philosophy is that a strong traditional martial arts foundation is the key to success in Taekwondo competition and in life.

Assisting our head instructor are his daughter and son.  Kyo Sa Madison Isaacs has 15 years experience and is a USA Taekwondo State Gold Medallist for sparring.  (Ohio – 2014, 2015, 2016)  She also won bronze at the 2016 USA Taekwondo Collegiate Nationals.

Kyo Sa Aaron Isaacs has 12 years experience and is a USA Taekwondo State Gold Medallist for sparring.  (Ohio – 2015, 2016)

Students interested for enrolment in the training session must be 7-13 years old and shall be able to read any part of the Quran smoothly, and should have memorized at least the basic Suras.  Students selected for the regular session must be taken out from regular school and be enrolled for home schooling. It is the full responsibility of parents to enroll their children in home schooling. The Noor Hifz program will neither be responsible for enrollment nor for the student’s performance in home schooling.

Onetime registration fee $50 has to be paid for enrolment in the training session. The tuition fee is $400/student/month which is subject to change, if needed, with proper notification to the parents.  After a student is selected for the training session, two months’ tuition fees of $800 has to be paid before students can start attending classes (Checks payable to AIW with memo ‘Noor Hifz program tuition’).  If a student is selected for the regular session, an automatic withdrawal of $400/month shall be established.