USIMA-Menifee teaches Tae Kwon Do, the Korean martial arts of self-defense. It is not only the ultimate in self-defense skills and physical fitness, but also a philosophy in action centered around five key principles: Courtesy, Integrity, Self Control, Perseverance and Indomitable Spirit.
Master John Park is Head Master for USIMA here in Menifee. He has trained since 1977 and received his Black Belt in 1984 at the Kukkiwon in South Korea. Master Park has won major tournaments including 1st place in All State Taekwondo Championships in 1988 and a two-time winner in 1992-94. In 1997 he returned to Korea to train with the National Korean Olympic Team and Junior Olympic Team.He received a high honor in 2007 when he was selected to be Head Master of USIMA and in 2010 he was made VP of the World Martial Arts Master Mission Federation.Master Park now dedicates his time to train and teach true traditions of Tae Kwon Do to students in Menifee. His vision is to have all his students become successful not only in the Do-Jang but in life as well.