National Training Conference
TM Martial Arts considers it an honor to host The National Training Conference for the International Combat Hapkido Federation. Founded by Grandmaster John Pellegrini, Combat Hapkido is an extremely realistic and versatile discipline of self-protection that includes an extensive variety of strikes, kicks, joint locks, pressure points, ground survival and disarming techniques. The result is a practical, comprehensive Self Defense system that is enjoyable to learn and truly effective in realistic situations. It is well suited for
men and women of all ages and sizes because physical strength and athletic abilities are not essential.
Each year, TM Martial Arts hosts the Combat Hapkido “National Training Conference.” Students and martial artists from across the nation (and beyond) travel to Joliet for this incredible weekend experience.
Grandmaster John Pellegrini teaches various advanced techniques throughout the weekend, such as ground survival, weapons disarming, close quarter combat, etc. He is joined by his wife, Master Trina Pellegrini, for a women’s only self-defense workshop.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2017 – 6:30PM – 8:30PM
“LADIES ONLY” – MASTER TRINA PELLEGRINI
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017 – 10:00AM – 4:00PM
NATIONAL TRAINING CONFERENCE – GM PELLEGRINI & MASTER GRIDLEY
*Call for more information (815) 254-6141 or Click the link below…
“I just attended the Self Defense Workshop with a good friend. We were shown and able to practice self defense moves that can help us avoid or escape a dangerous situation. I was very impressed with the informative program and the knowledgeable instructors. I highly recommend!” ~Angie Aegerter
“Went to Grand Master Pellegrini’s seminar there, Loved it. The people there were Loving and accepting. Martial arts family.” ~Jordan R. Parker
“Combat Hapkido is a very practical, modern eclectic style that still believes in the more traditional ethical mindset that is sorely missing in other MMA gyms. I strongly encourage you to take a very close look at any school that is teaching this style!” ~Chaz Turner