2014 KMAM-HOF TRAILBLAZER INDUCTEEJuerg ZieglerGrand Master Juerg Ziegler is the permanent all European Headmaster and representative for Dojunim Ji, Han Jae since 1990. He is the senior Sin Moo Hapkido Student of Dojunim Ji, and the Sin Moo Pioneer for Europe since 1990. In 1992 he also became the permanent Headmaster and Representative for all Middle Eastern and Eurasian countries for Dojunim Ji. In June 2010 he was the first ever Non Korean and 2nd person worldwide to be promoted to 10th Dan “Golden Belt” in Sin Moo Hapkido.Other Grand Masters he studied with are: GM Kang Ban Chuan (Southern Shaolin Lohan Kung Fu, Chinese Medicine), GM Quek Heng Choon (Southern Shaolin Lohan Kung, Chinese Medicine), GM Low Koy Tho (Southern Shaolin Lohan Kung Fu,Chinese Medicine), GM Austin Goh (Wing Chun Kung Fu, Ng Mui Pai, Chi Kung, Siu Lam Pak Tui, Tai Chi, Human Energy, etc.), GM Ernst Zbinden (SEZ-Jitsu), and many more.A Swiss native, born 1963 in Switzerland; started Martial Arts at 10 years of age, began teaching Martial Arts in 1982, opened his first own Martial Arts School in 1986 (Juerg Ziegler Martial Arts Centre – JZMAC). In the meantime he became true Pioneer for Martial Arts in all Europe, Middle East, East Europe and Asia and has students in more then 54 countries worldwide. Many of his students became Instructors, Masters, Senior Masters and Grandmasters in their own rights. Besides his own schools he is member / representative / advisor of more then 90 organizations worldwide.In 1990 he set up the European Sin Moo Hapkido Association (ESMHA) and in 2002 he became Vice President of the new World Hapkido Association by Dojunim Ji. In May 2008 he established the World Community Sin Moo Hapkido (WCSMH).Books published by GM Ziegler:Wing Chun Kung Fu (1985)Chi Kung (1988), Guide for Breathing & Meditation (1988)Flying Eagle Hapkido (1988), Sin Moo Hapkido (1990)Self Defence (1987), Guo Lo Wing Chun Kung Fu 1 & 2 (2002)In 2011 he was the Co-Star in the Hollywood Movie “Extreme Counterstrike” and was nominated for the Pasadena Film festival 2012 in Hollywood in “Best Supporting Actor” Category. As is evident, GM Ziegler has a very diverse background in martial arts.