How Tae Kwon-Do Helps Relieve Stress

I’m a firm believer the mind controls the body, and the body controls the mind. When we get them working together, amazing things happen. Being physically fit relieves stress on your body. Having a strong core will ease the work on your joints and help the body relax. Even just [...]Read more
 

How Tae Kwon-Do Helps Develop Leaders

Everything we do helps people become better leaders. It begins on your very first day when we teach you how to shake hands. We apply a firm grip and look people directly in the eye. This creates a bond with a person and builds trust. Leaders convey confidence. When someone asks, [...]Read more
 

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
 

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