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Mrs MichaelWhy Learn Taekwondo?

TheĀ ATA Black Belt Academy has developed proven teaching methods that will not only help you learn the art of self-defense quickly and easily, but also provides a wide range of other exciting benefits for students of all ages and abilities.

We realize that each student possesses different physical abilities. Size and strength vary with each individual. However, once you have acquired a strong foundation in Taekwondo basics, our program will enhance your physical capabilities and maximize your self-defense skills. We train our students to the best of their abilities. All that is expected of you is a willingness to try.

Physical Benefits:

  • Improved Reflexes and Coordination increase performance in all physical activities
  • Increased Strength and Stamina boost energy, so you feel great all day
  • Increased Flexibility & Weight Control for better overall fitness
  • Great Cardiovascular Work Out keeps you in good shape physically

Mental Benefits:

  • Improved Concentration for better work and study habits
  • Stress Reduction & Increased Levels of Relaxation for a longer, healthier life
  • The Peace of Mind that comes from knowing that you are able to Protect Yourself & Your Family
  • Increased Self Confidence & Self Discipline to develop a positive attitude toward life

At the ATA Black Belt Academy, we are not interested in just teaching self defense, we are interested in the complete personal development of each student. Individual attention is a feature of each and every class, allowing all students to progress quickly and confidently toward their personal goals.

Getting Started

New beginners start class every week. Each new student starts slowly and progresses at his or her own rate of speed. You should begin by attending at least two classes per week, You may, however, attend as often as you'd like. Each class lasts about an hour. Don't be concerned if you're out of shape or if the techniques look too difficult; there'll be other beginners like yourself in class.

We really hope that you decide to join us. It was once said, "The hardest part of any journey is taking the first step." Congratulations, you have already taken it!

Last Updated on Monday, 20 August 2012 13:32