The meaning of Taekwondo is composed of three parts as shown in the English spelling, though it is one word in Korean. Tae means foot, or step on, Kwon means fist or fight, Do means the way or discipline.
Taekwondo is the right way of using Tae and Kwon (fists and feet). However it is also a way to control fights and keep the peace. This helps us build a more peaceful world.
Grand Master T.H. Park approaches the sport and discipline of Taekwondo with passion and excellence. He encourages the instructors and students to exceed their own expectations. The school is dedicated to the instruction of not only the kicks, punches and blocks in a safe environment, but also to the philosophies of taekwondo. The five tenets of Taekwondo are incorporated into every lesson:
Courtesy – Integrity – Self-Control – Perseverance – Indomitable Spirit
Children of all ages will enjoy the friendly atmosphere and the rewarding activity of this sport.