You Won’t “Find Yourself” at Our Dojang

My father passed away when I was seven years old. Immediately, kids at school started asking me about it, and seemingly never let up. At home, roles switched as I had to start taking care of my mother, who just lost her best friend. And now, I had to step up and get a paper […]Read more

Is Tae Kwon-Do Good For Everyone?

Tae Kwon-Do is good for everyone. Not everyone is good for Tae Kwon-Do.  In other words, not everyone relates well to Tae Kwon-Do. More importantly, not everyone relates well to the style and culture we have at our school. Let’s talk about the tenets of Tae Kwon-Do: Courtesy, [...]Read more

People Skills & Tae Kwon-Do

The very first thing we teach you in Tae Kwon-Do is to bow.  We bow to the dojang itself to say “I am here to do Tae Kwon-Do. This is a sacred place of training, and I am going to empty my mind of everything so that I can train fully here. I respect this […]Read more

Five rules to turn resolutions into results.

We don’t make resolutions at our school. We set goals. The difference? Well, a resolution is nothing more than a dream. A goal, though, is a dream with a deadline.  People often forget that the root of the word “resolution” is “resolve.” Without resolve, you will never fulfill [...]Read more

Tae Kwon-Do’s Impact on Parenting

What do you as a parent want for your child? Some basics might be: To be respectful and kind to themselves and to others. To be in control of their mind and their body. To do the right thing even if they could get away with cutting the corner. To see things through, especially [...]Read more

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