Taekwondo is the most practiced form of martial arts in the world. The word Taekwondo means "technique of kicking and punching" and the emphasis is on the kicks. It originated in Korea during the 1st century BC. Although practiced for centuries, Taekwondo underwent a tremendous revival after WWII as part of a national effort to instill patriotism and unity. It became mandatory in military training and was introduced into schools. Rules for the art were standardized by the Korea Taekwondo Association, founded in 1961. The International Taekwondo Federation (ITF) was established in 1966. The World Taekwondo Federation, now World Taekwondo (WT), was established in 1973.
Yes, definitely! Our classes are suitable for everyone regardless of their levels.
It depends on each individual child. However, we recommend school-age children beginning at the age of 4 to start our classes. Good listening skills and attention span are required, as well as ability to use the washroom on their own.
We do not put a limit on how old an individual can practice taekwondo. And it's never too late to learn the art of Taekwondo. However, if you are unsure, please consult your physician.
Frequent attendances will help improving your fitness and skills. Most of our current students attend classes 2-4 times a week.
Yes. We offer family rate to our Monthly/Combo pass holders.
Yes. We offer a free trial class to all our new students. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your trial class.
Absolutely! You can purchase our E-Giftcard for your friends or families to use at our online shop.