Our instructors and belts are certified by Kukkiwon, the World TKD Federation. Athletes with Kukkiwon-certified belts can compete at that color in any competition world-wide.
The Best Ratio
Classes are always under a 8:1 student-to-instructor ratio.
Our staff consists of, and has produced numerous State, Collegiate, Pan Am, National and International Champions.
The Best Curriculum
NTA boasts one of the highest levels of belt curriculum for juniors in the state. Students have a choice between traditional classes or sport TKD.
My passion is to help students grow into a productive person. Its a great satisfying to see young students improve in their skills, reach their goals, be more confident person.
I love to teach them the steps/process of achieving their goals no matter whether in school, in college, looking for job.
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I would first evaluate their physical ability such as:
1. mobility/stability/ and range of motion
2. I would ask if there is there existing injury that I need to be aware of.
3. Do warm up with dynamtic stretch
4. Teach the student basic taekwondo techniques
I have 30+ years experience in the art of Taekwondo, 25+ years of teaching Taekwondo. My credentials is following:
-Certified 5th Degree Black Belt by Korean Kukkiwon institute
-World Taekwondo Federation International Poomsae Referee
-Certified USA Taekwondo & Texas State Poomsae and Sparring Referee
- Texas State Taekwondo Association - Vice Chairs in Poomsae Referee
- USA Taekwondo Poomsae Team Assistant Coach
These are just to name a few.
Please go to a studio/school and watch a class. Watch how the teacher interact with students. Watch if the teacher correct the students errors. Does he she is the teacher or a friend/peer? Is the teacher have control of the class room?
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