Tae Kwon Do is action philosophy. It is the Korean art of self defense. Literally translated, Tae means kick or to strike with the foot, Kwon means fist or to strike with the hand, and Do means a nonviolent art and system of complete body exercise, as well, as being a way of life. It includes physical techniques, mental discipline and a deep philosophy. By practicing Tae Kwon Do, one can benefit in these ways.
Supervision, careful stretching, controlled technique and positive attitude. Our classroom is a warm, supporting setting. The students develop trust in each other and close friendships are formed naturally as we work together to accomplish a common goal: self-improvement through this Korean Martial Art form.