Grand Bay Tae Kwon Do

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Contact Information
Office Phone 506-647-9915
E-Mail tkdnb@nb.sympatico.ca
Website www.town.grandbay-westfield.nb.ca/municipal-office/recreation/facilities/youth-activities/
Primary Contact Master Allan Morris; Phone: 506-647-9915; Email: tkdnb@nb.symatico.ca
Mailing Address Westfield Elementary School
Description & Services
Description of service(s) What is Tae Kwon Do? 
TaeKwon Do is an unarmed self defense which originated in Korea. Tae means to kick, strike or block with the foot. Kwon means to punch, strike or block with the hands. Do means the way, art or technique. TaeKwon Do uses hand techniques of Karate and Kung Fu and foot techniques of ancient Korean Taek Kyon. 
 
Benefits of TaeKwon Discipline - We enforce good rules of behaviour inclass. 
Channel Aggression - Gives children a positive outlet for all their energy. 
Assertiveness - We teach confidence building drills in class. 
Self Defense - Practical, proven self defense method that could save your life. 
Fun! - We make the class fun and students learn much faster 
Self Esteem - When kids earn their belts, it gives them a sense of accomplishment that really improves the way they feel about themselves. 
 
What DoYou Learn in TaeKwon Do? 
Students will learn discipline, improved body coordination and strengthening of muscles. They will also learn the "can do" thinking that will build self esteem and confidence. They will make good friends and have fun. It is much more than self defense. 
 
Courtesy 
Integrity 
Perseverance 
Self Control 
Indomitable Spirit 
 
Who Can Learn TaeKwon Do? 
Anyone can learn TaeKwon Do, from children to seniors. Children should be 5 years or older to participate with parents. You don't need to be physically fit to take TaeKwon Do. Students progress at their own pace.
Areas Served Grand Bay - Westfield
Eligibility Ages: 5 year(s) and up
Languages English
Location information
Located In Community Grand Bay - Westfield
Subjects
Service Categories Martial Arts

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