FAQs

 

What to Expect at a Belt Ceremony

In Tae Kwon-Do, our belts are used as a label to signify the training level a student has completed. The Belt Ceremony is the final process of each level’s curriculum. It signifies that a student has completed and learned all the skills associated to that belt level and that the [...]Read more
 

Using Music in Tae Kwon-Do Practice

Music has the amazing ability to control the mood of a room. We may poke fun at dentists for playing orchestral soft rock melodies in their offices, but they know a soothing, calm environment helps eliminate the fears and anxieties of being at a dentist’s office. Department [...]Read more
 

Avoiding Tae Kwon-Do Injuries

Tae Kwon-Do is an athletic activity, which means just like any other physical sport, injuries can occur. A jogger may sprain her ankle running on a treadmill. Tennis players might pull their hamstring. Injuries and physical activity go together. But the idea Tae Kwon-Do is [...]Read more
 

How Tae Kwon-Do Can Help Aggression in Adults

A large German man named Matt came to our school. Big strong guy. He liked to fight and prove he could beat people up, a trait typically found in adolescent boys. He wanted to change and I told him Tae Kwon-Do could help. Educating a child on the differences of right and wrong, [...]Read more
 

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