Taekwondo is a traditional Korean form of martial arts that focuses on building a strong mind and body. Classes consist of training in sparring, kicking, board breaking, poomse (forms), self-defense, and weapons.
Students enter the dojang as a no belt and work their way up to their first belt, the white belt. At every level of promotion, students are expected to learn cultural, physical, and emotional mastery of lessons provided by Grandmaster Choi, masters, and instructors. Belt advancement requires a pre-testing period in order to ensure candidacy for the next belt level. Attendance is also required in order to advance. Two classes are recommended, per week, to keep up with study. Classes are available every weekday between 3 pm and 6 pm. See the schedule page for exact times for each location. (Age group: 3 yrs. and up)
Improved muscle tone and appearance
Increased strength and stamina
Improved confidence and self-esteem
Improved agility and reflexes
Improved concentration and focus
Improved leadership skills
Fun for the whole family
C-Crew is USTMA’s elite competition team focusing on the Olympic sport of Taekwondo sparring. Established in 1999, C-Crew has produced over 200 Virginia state and national champions. Team members travel to and take part in multiple competitions in the region.
C-Crew trains 2 evenings a week and on Saturday mornings. See the schedule page for exact times for each location.
(Age group: 7 yrs. to adult. Tryouts and additional fee required.)
Super Juniors is a class focused on the little ones who don't have the attention span to carry out a regular class just yet.
Classes are 30 minutes long and are focused on fun while learning the basics of taekwondo and fundamental life skills like focus, listening, respect, stress management, teamwork, and self-confidence.
Super Juniors is held 3 times a week at select locations. See the schedule page for exact times.
(Age group: 3 - 6 yrs. Tryouts and additional fee required.)