Hapkido Master Eric Laino Promoted to 7th Degree Black Belt Grand Master
Hapkido Master Eric Laino, the Coach of the USA Hapkido Union Competition Tean, was recently promoted to 7th Degree Black Belt Grand Master by the Tong Hap Kwan Hapkido school run by its founder, Grand Master Paul Holley. Tong Hap Kwan is a registered member of the USA Hapkido Union, Inc. the National Governing Body for Hapkido in the United States sanctioned by the Korean Martial Arts Instructors Association and the International Independent Hapkido Alliance.
Grand Master Laino has been practicing Hapkido for over 40 years and is a highly respected instructor. He is the founder of the Laino Hapkido Institute in Clayton, North Carolina and has taught students of all ages and abilities. Master Laino is also a certified instructor by the World Pro Hapkido Federation and JaeMuKwan Hapkido and has taught seminars and workshops promoting Hapkido.
In addition to his teaching and training, Master Laino is also an active competitor. He has won numerous championships in both sparring and forms competitions. Master Laino is a true master of Hapkido and his promotion to 7th Degree Black Belt Grand Master is a well-deserved honor.
Master Laino is a passionate advocate for Hapkido and believes that it is a valuable tool for self-defense and personal development. He is committed to teaching Hapkido to as many people as possible and helping them to achieve their full potential.
Master Laino’s promotion to 7th Degree Black Belt Grand Master is a significant achievement and a testament to his dedication to Hapkido. He is an inspiration to his students and a role model for martial artists everywhere.