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Moo Duk Kwan in NYC

Welcome to Queens Soo Bahk Do, New York City's Moo Duk Kwan certified school for the traditional Korean martial art of Soo Bahk Do. Conveniently located off Grand Avenue in the heart of Maspeth, Queens, we offer all levels of karate classes for kids and adults. 

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Classes for the Whole Family

We train at 69th Lane Studio, a Maspeth health and arts center. Queens Soo Bahk Do members benefit from adult Yoga, Tai Chi, and Pilates classes at our facilities, as well as family discounts. 

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New Classes Enrolling Now

Queens Soo Bahk Do offers a non-competitive environment to learn traditional martial arts.  Small classes, a distinguishing feature of our karate program, ensure quality instruction and personal connection.  There are no contracts or testing fees, and new students receive a free uniform.

Every journey begins with a first step!

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Congratulations to these ladies of Queens Soo Bahk Do who tested for their black belts this weekend! Your dedication is inspiring! Great job--we are proud of you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to these ladies of Queens Soo Bahk Do who tested for their black belts this weekend!  Your dedication is inspiring!  Great job--we are proud of you!
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Hi, my name is Selma Trevino. I am the owner of 69thLane Studio in Maspeth, Queens, New York. I have been teaching Pilates (MAT 10; Reformer 3) for 10 years, and I have my studio for 5 ½ years. I am also a dancer. I decided to get certified in Pilates because I used in my training and I saw how much it helped my body to stay healthy with a heavy load of rehearsals. If it helped me, it could also help others. My teaching slowly went to the path of rehabilitation and a starting point for whom never had exercise before their 60’s. In the 5 years of studio I was challenged with different situations and I always say my students are my best teachers! Nicola, was one of them. When she came to me in January 2017, I told her we would have to learn how to adapt some of the exercises together, especially the ones in the Reformer. Nicola was born with her left arm under developed. The left clavicle, shoulder and arm bones are smaller. But the distance between shoulders and elbows are the same in both side, so we start aligning her, when in the floor and for arm work by the elbows. Little by little we created a dynamic and efficient series allowing Nicola to perform most of the exercises available. We still keep researching and finding ways, but I would like to share here some of our findings. Some of them can look really simple, but when it is necessary to keep the alignment and rhythm to get the exercise benefits, even the simplest modification is a lot of work… ... See MoreSee Less

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Well done Nic proud of you 😍

Selma thank you so much for this I love it !!! Thank you for been a great teacher and willing to teach me . I Look forward to the class every week ( except when you say table top 😜 ) x

Love 69th lane studio ... Miss my private classes with Selma & aikiko 🧘‍♀️

Amazing! Selma’s is the best there is! Miss you, no one can align me like you!💕

Nicola, you are very beautiful and brave. Keep going on your way!

Bravo! Good job!

Fair play to ya Nicola nothing would stop you girl!!!😉😉😀

This is awesome!! I do barre and make it work for me. I’m missing my left forearm. I use 4 wedges stacked to make up for the height when planking. Works perfectly!! 🙌🙌. You guys rock!!

This is so awesome to hear! I’m a yoga teacher from Jersey— I’d love to come to a class of yours sometime!!

Please consider Sunday morning classes for those of us who work 6 days 🙏🏻

Parabens Selma Trevino

Thank you so much for helping this fat old lady!

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