Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art, which requires the use of hands and feet without weapons. The ultimate goal of Tae Kwon Do is to achieve total mind and body unity.

Aims to Achieve

Theory of Power

  • Courtesy
  • Perseverance
  • Self-Control
  • Integrity
  • Indomitable spirit
  • Speed
  • Concentration
  • Reaction force
  • Equilibrium
  • Breath Control

Korean – A guide to the words we use in class and their meanings.

School Rules – A list of our school rules.

Forms – A list of our forms (hyungs) or choreographed patterns.  This link features video and descriptions of each form.

Belt Levels – A basic guide of our belt requirements.

Sparring – Information about our free-sparring and detailed descriptions of our 3-step and 1-step sparring techniques and our Hapkido and knife defenses.

Exercises – A detailed list of the calisthenics and stretching exercises that we do during our 30 minute warmups.

Contemplations – A link to “Following the Path”, a martial arts blog featuring some of the contemplation topics discussed in our class.

Traditional Training in Korean Martial Arts