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The Lenix Family

The Lenix family wanted to offer Traditional Marital Arts training for the entire family, so they founded Universal Martial Arts in 1993. We felt that since the family lives together, why they shouldn't be able to train together. we truly believe that the family that kicks together sticks together. Also we treat each of our students as a member of our extended family; we call them our Martial Arts Family.

Master Bill Lenix

Master Bill Lenix fell in love with the Martial Arts in 1966 and has earned a black belt in five separate disciplines. He has devoted the majority of his life to teaching the way of the warrior to others and in 2000 was rewarded for his efforts by being inducted into the USMAA Millennium Hall of Fame. Master Lenix proudly served his country in the US Army for over 20 years,

Master Candy Lenix

Master Candy Lenix has been training in the Martial Arts since she was 5 years old. She began her training in Thailand in the art of Muoy Thai and has since earned the title of Master in The Martial Arts and the rank of Chodan in Judo. She is also a Certified National level Referee & Coach in Taekwondo and The Primary Trainer of Master Mitt-Chai Lenix & UMA.

Master Mitt Chai Lenix

Master Mitt began his training in 1987 under his Mother, Master Candy Lenix and continued until his untimely death in 2012. He earned the title of Master in The Martial Arts and the rank of Chodan in Judo. During his career in the Martial Arts, he has gathered together an ever growing list of accomplishments, 10 time Georgia State Champion, 5-time National Champion, and won the ISKA World Creative Breaking Championship Belt 5 times. He also holds the ISKA World record for the highest board break with a kick. (9ft 4 in). Master Mitt proudly served as a Combat Medic In the US Army for 4 years.

RIP Master Mitt 6 December 1983 - 15 May 2012 

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