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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When I went to her conference, her teachers said she was disciplined, organized, courteous and a leader.

Wow!! Danya has had an awesome year! I am so excited right now and I like to give credit when it’s due. She is a TOTALLY different kid than she was a year ago. When I went to her conference, her teachers said she was disciplined, organized, courteous and a leader. I  responded, “No, I am Danya Flood’s mother.” They responded, “Yeah, we know!”  I was convinced they were talking about someone’s kid. But conferring with the teachers, they correlated the timing when she was getting her black belt. They said your Dojang must be awesome. I agreed. But now I am seeing the reward.

Char Flood

Through Tae Kwon Do my family is better able to defend itself, is in better shape, has made new friends, become more disciplined, and has grown closer.

I thought that it was for my family until about six months later when my youngest son asked why I wasn’t also in Tae Kwon Do. I decided then to join since this was one of the few activities that families can do together. I have come to know, and be friends with, many other adults in the 18 months I’ve been at Master Gorino’s. Most are in Tae Kwon Do for self-defense reasons or to get in better shape, but I joined to relate to my sons and to stay in touch with my family. Through Tae Kwon Do my family is better able to defend itself, is in better shape, has made new friends, become more disciplined, and has grown closer.

Deborah Moore-Russo, Ph.D.

 

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