upcoming events

Beginners Welcome Any Time:

 

Tues./Thurs. 7-8 p.m.


Fieldhouse Room S481

 

 

 

 

Iowa Hapkido Instructors

 

 

Master Brian Hayes, 5th Degree Black Belt

Master Hayes is the Head Instructor for Iowa Hapkido.  He has been training in Hapkido since 1990 and earned his black belt in 1993 at Iowa State University under Master Yong Chin Pak. He also is a black belt in Taekwondo and has an instructor certificate in Modern Arnis.  Master Hayes is a veterinarian in Iowa City.

Beth Cody, 4th Degree Black Belt

Master Cody has been training in Hapkido since 1994.  She earned her black belt in 1999 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes.  Ms. Cody owns a retail store in Coralville.

Mark Willi, 1st Degree Black Belt

Mr. Willi has been training in Hapkido since 1994. He earned his black belt in 2005 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes. Mr. Willi is an Electrical Engineer.

Heidi Straka, 1st Degree Black Belt

Ms. Straka has been training in Hapkido since 2005 and earned her black belt in 2008 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes. Ms. Straka is a nurse at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.

Dustin Sellon, 1st Degree Black Belt

Mr. Sellon has been training in Hapkido since 2006. He earned his black belt in 2009 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes. Mr. Sellon is a Software Engineer.

David DeGeest, 1st Degree Black Belt

Mr. Degeest has been training in Hapkido since 2008. He earned his black belt in 2011 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes. Mr. DeGeest is a Doctoral candidate in the University of Iowa School of Business.

 

 

 

 

Benjamin Young, 1st Degree Black Belt

Mr. Young has been training in Hapkido since 2008. He earned his black belt in 2011 in the Iowa Hapkido program under Master Hayes. Mr. Young is a Graphic Designer.

 

 

Past Instructors:

 

Scott Williams, 4th Degree Black Belt

Master Williams has been training in Hapkido since 1994 and earned his black belt in the Iowa Hapkido Program under Master Hayes. Master Williams moved to New York City in 2010, where he works in the private security industry. He is greatly missed by everyone in the Iowa Hapkido Club.