At Choi, Taekwondo is taught through the practice and memorization of forms, kicking techniques, self-defense techniques, and board-breaking techniques. Each class also includes some general fitness activities – these vary from class to class.
The Choi’s Dragon taekwondo program challenges its students mentally and physically in a respectful environment. Children not only become more active but they also learn respect for themselves and others. They will gain self-confidence, improved concentration and learn self-discipline and self-restraint.
Taekwondo teaches students patience and perseverance through the learning and memorization of forms and techniques and the requirement to pass a test to advance to the next belt.
Adult and young students practicing taekwondo engage in a fun and invigorating workout that reduces stress and improves concentration. They will improve their balance, flexibility, strength and coordination.
Practicing taekwondo together as a family is a great way to bond and connect with your child. With the skills you learn from the practice you will gain respect for one another and improve communication. Engaging in an active lifestyle along with your child will set a positive and lasting example.
Learning a martial art benefits students in so many ways… They learn respect for themselves and others. Their self-confidence, concentration, self-discipline and self-restraint all improve — often right along with their academic performance and school grades!
Get in the best shape of your life! Improve your strength, flexibility, a real boon both at home and at work and overall health. Our adult students also discover that Taekwondo reduces stress and increases self-confidence and concentration.
Learning a martial art is one of the best ways to spend time together as a family! Taekwondo builds mutual respect and improves overall communications. Children and adults alike can practice together, encourage each other’s development and celebrate each other’s accomplishments!