Master Saidi is the Owner and Chief Instructor at Kuk Sool Won™ Of Dublin, Martial Arts Academy of USA and has brought a lifetime of experience to the martial arts school.

His martial arts career began at a very early age. While in Afghanistan, Master Saidi trained in many different martial arts up to the Black belt level. His travels then brought him to India where he travelled extensively performing martial arts demonstrations. In 1981, Master Saidi came to the United States and met the Grandmaster of Kuk Sool Won™, In Hyuk Suh.

Of the 35 years Master Saidi has practiced Korean martial arts, 28 have been dedicated to Kuk Sool.

Master Saidi is known for his powerful hand strikes, sword techniques, fan, pressure point manipulation, joint locks, accupressure, long staff and Korean cane techniques.

Master Saidi’s main purpose in operating the Dublin school is to provide a safe and friendly environment for his students as well as his community. Master Saidi is confident that the services he and his staff provide are of the highest quality. With Master Saidi’s guidance and teaching methods, the Kuk Sool Won™ Of Dublin school has been awarded the state championship flag, an honor given to any school winning the state tournament three consecutive years. Over the years, he has been the number one instructor for the children’s program numerous times.

Training is something Master Saidi firmly believes in. Daily training keeps the body young and very strong. Kuk Sool training also strengthens joints and muscles throughout the body. It is never too late to start training in the art of Kuk Sool Won™.

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