About — Chang Karate

Chang Karate Founders

The Founders

Chang Karate Schools

Grandmaster Chang

When you come to either one of the Chang Karate schools you will experience traditional Karate teachings by two brothers who dedicated their lives to the teachings of Karate. Unlike many chain Karate schools that come and go Chang Karate has been offering instruction and training in Karate since 1980. Our primary program has always been the way it was meant to be taught with self-confidence, focus, discipline and self-defense.

If you are looking for a real world traditional martial arts training school that is not some exercise fad or gimmick then this is the school for you or your child.


Karate Instructor Biography — Grandmaster Tong In Chang

Grandmaster Chang Grandmaster Tong In Chang holds an 8th Degree Black Belt and is a world famous oriental instructor with over 35 years of experience in martial arts.

He first served in the Korean Army as a Chief Army Instructor and later became a Korean Karate Champion in 1970. In 1980 he won Karate instructor of the year.

Grandmaster Chang
Grandmaster Chang Double Flying Side Kick

Karate Instructor Biography — Grandmaster Tong Kuk Chang

Grandmaster Chang Grandmaster Tong Kuk Chang holds a 7th Degree Black Belt and has over 30 years of experience in martial arts.

He also served in the Korean Army as a Chief Army Instructor and later became a Korean Karate Champion in 1976.

Grandmaster Chang
Grandmaster Chang performing a Split Kick
Grandmaster Chang
Grandmaster Chang performing a Double Flying Side Kick

Thought for the week (30)

"Unless you know the mountains and the forests, the defiles and impasses, and the lay of the marshes, and swamps, you cannot maneuver with an armed force. Unless you use local guides, you cannot get the advantages of the land. So, a military force is established by deception, mobilized by gain, and adapted by division and combination. Therefore, when it moves swiftly, it is like the wind, when it goes slowly, it is like a forest; it is rapacious as fire, immovable as mountains. It is as hard to know as the dark; its movement is like pealing thunder."

— Sun Tsu, The Art of War