What are your goals?
TAE KWON-DO & MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES FOR FAMILIES IN BUFFALO & WNY
YOU WANT TO BECOME A CLOSER FAMILY
“Smart phone” can be an ironic name at times. Sure the world is at your fingertips but it comes at the price of basic human interaction. As we become “smarter” it seems like we become more distant as well.
Sometimes you just need a break from the social networks and have some genuine human interaction. At our Dojang, we offer family classes that help to strengthen the bonds of your most important relationships, the one with your kids.
If you are interested in learning more about our family classes, register for our trial program today!
*Disclaimer* no cellphones of any kind are allowed on the Dojang mats. You’ll thank us later 🙂
WHAT OUR STUDENTS ARE SAYING
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.
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.