Master Larry Klahn Ph.D owner/head instructor of the academy.

Since 1973, Master Larry Klahn Ph.D has achieved an extensive record among the martial arts community. Earning himself a 7th Degree Black Belt in Taekwon-Do, 6th Degree Black Belt in Kyuki-Do, 3rd Degree Black Belt in Judo, and a 1st Degree Black Belt in Hapki-do. His other skills derive from being a La Crosse County Deputy Sheriff as a Law Enforcement Instructor – Certified by the State of WI to teach – DAAT, EVOC, Firearms, Vehicle Contacts, Patrol Procedures and Interviewing Techniques, Emergency Response Team (ERT) member/Lead Instructor, and US Army Close Quarters Combat (CQC) Instructor. Master Klahn also designed, implimented and instructs classes in W.I.SE., T.A.A.C.T, and CQC.


TaeKwon-Do is the technique of unarmed combat for self-defense involving the skilled application of punches, flying kicks, dodges, and interceptions with the hands, arms, and feet in order to effectuate the rapid destruction of an opponent.


Judo was founded in 1882 by Professor Jigoro Kano. Judo utilizes the techniques of throwing, pinning, grappling, choking, and arm bars. Judo was introduced to the U.S. in 1902 and is an Olympic event.


Hapki-Do is the art of bringing together energy. It is distinguished by three essential techniques: passivity when opposing force, countering and attacking with circular movements, and absolute penetration of an opponent’s defenses the “wake” (water) principle. For example, if an attack is strong, one must receive it gently. Likewise, if the attack is gentle, one must counter powerfully. This complementary manner of reacting establishes a perpetual liquid rhythm as well as constant mobility – the hallmark of Hapki-Do.