What is Tae Kwon Do?

It is the Korean martial arts that native Korean have developed over a period of 2,000 years. It is also an officially recognized Olympic sport, attracting competitors from all around the globe.

Tae Kwon Do creates spiritual balance through physical activity. It originated from the efforts to balance mind and body through harmony of power, actions and the need to control the mind. Families can take Tae Kwon Do together; it is a great way to strengthen family bonds, as well as motivating children to focus better, and work on respect and discipline.

Through our commitment, experience, and expertise Ki Martial Arts has established a nurturing relationship with our students that will last a lifetime!

Benefits for Children

Tae Kwon Do is a total learning activity. Lessons are tailored to your child’s age and skill level. Tae Kwon Do increases your child’s physical coordination, flexibility, balance and mental acumen.

Benefits for Women

Self-defense is the ability of a person to handle situations that are life threatening. The most common dangerous situations women face are robbery and assault. To face these potentially hazardous circumstances and survive will depend on many factors. The things that a woman must consider are technique, courage, awareness, precautions, physical fitness, and self-control.

Benefits for Adults

Self-control is learning how to control one’s emotions. Keeping a level head and a clear mind will allow prior training to surface when needed. Fear cloud’s perception and stimulates physiological activity. Fear must be overcome so that solutions can be realized. Fear can be a tremendous source of power. Channeling the power generated by fear is the key to self-defense. Turn panic into power, turn a negative into a positive and any self-defense situation can be handled.


What Our Members say about Tae Kwon Do

“Tae Kwon Do is more than just a sport, it teaches valuable lessons for your whole life!”
Kevin Carters

“Tae Kwon Do helps conquer difficulties in life, such as weight gain, anxiety, ADHD, and depression!”
Luiz Santos

“KI Martial Arts have many Masters and Instructors that are professionally trained as 8th, 5th, 4th, and 3rd Degree Black Belts.”
Colin Parker

“I love that I can work out and learn Tae Kwon Do with my children. Together as a family, we strive to achieve our Black Belts!”
Brandon Clark