Principles for the training (extract from the manual for Gups)

Start your training with an open spirit. Remember that the aims of this Martial Art aren’t the same as the ones of sports. Pay attention to the following 10 principles of training, which distinguish Soo Bahk Do:

1. It is natural and reasonable to practice a martial art.
2. It is non-restrictive and expresses freedom of movement.
3. It combines civil and military arts which are both very strong and submissive.
4. It is a good practice for mental physical and well-being.
5. It is good self defense and improvement of personal health.
6. You can practice as an individual or as a member of a group.
7. You can practice anywhere.
8. Anyone can learn with a little effort and faith, regardless if they are man, woman, elderly, or young.
9. You can practice whether you have a partner or not.
10. You don’t need any instruments or special equipment to practise with.

Our schedules:

Tuesday: 18:00 till 19:00 (children, any belt), 19:00 till 20:00 (Dans)
Wednesday: 19:00 till 20:30 (combat)
Friday: 18:30 till 19:45 (children, any belt)
Costs per month (2 to 3 classes each week): CHF 70 per member

Are you interested in a try-out class (for free) or would you like to become an active member? Have you got any questions?


Soo Bahk Do Wald:
Stephanie Winkler-Spörri
Bachtelstrasse 32
8636 Wald
Cell phone: +41 76 342 80 05