Mo Duk Pai (“martial ethics method”) is a comprehensive martial art that emphasizes self-defense with ethical behavior. The Mo Duk Pai system was founded in 1983 by Professor Fred King. Mo Duk Pai draws from Professor King’s experiences in traditional Kung Fu, Boxing, Karate, Jiu Jitsu, Arnis and other martial disciplines. It has evolved into the well-rounded fighting style we study at NEPMA today.
Physical. Emotional. Mental. Spiritual. Most people rely on one or two of these four human components. They compensate, often to their own detriment, the benefit of a whole, peaceful being. At NEPMA we develop the mind, body and the spirit. We incorporate all of these aspects into our daily lives, creating a harmonious balance.
Instructor: Sifu Sean Kelly is a second degree Black Belt in Mo Duk Pai. He trained under Sifu Kyle Alexander, formerly of The Academy of Kung Fu (now Southeast Portland Martial Arts). Sifu Kelly is also the owner of Kung Fu Outreach, a program that helps kids learn practical life skills through the training of Kung Fu. He leads P.E. and enrichment programs in several Portland Public schools, and is a mentor for at risk youth.