CLAIM YOUR FREE MONTH OF TAEKWONDO CLASSES

 

This video will give you a better idea of what we are all about at our Dojang.

 

What do you want to BECOME?

 

The easiest way to get started is to come and take a month of free classes. This will give you a chance to experience our Dojang and see if it is a good fit for you and your goals. Our classes will cover self-defense, fundamentals, and provide you the foundation of our program. The free classes are appropriate for adults and children.

 

To claim your free month, call us at (716) 836-5425 or fill out the form below.

 
 

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My husband and I are so grateful to have found a program with an instructor who takes such care to support us in raising a dedicated, respectful, and honorable child.

My son has been studying with Master Gorino for 3 1/2 years, and the change we have seen in him is amazing. He is physically stronger and more flexible. He has a confidence beyond his years. He has amazing mental stamina that others his age seem not to have. For example, he worked all day at school on his mandatory state aptitude tests, and then without complaint went to the dojang and spent 2 hours rigorously being tested for and subsequently passing his black belt test qualifier! My husband and I are so grateful to have found a program with an instructor who takes such care to support us in raising a dedicated, respectful, and honorable child.

Florence Vecchione

It teaches my son to defend himself, being polite to me and everyone that he knows. It also teaches him to be responsible.

When my son started Tae Kwon Do for the first time, he was scared to attend class as he continued taking class; he felt confident and love it. This motivates him to be the best. It teaches my son to defend himself, being polite to me and everyone that he knows. It also teaches him to be responsible. He even does chores around the house. Now he chooses to go to class instead of staying home playing video games.

Melissa Tran


 

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