Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training our body and mind. Today, it has become a global sport that has gained an international reputation, and stands among the official game

  • Students are taught from the first class to stand straight, to answer with manners (yes sir) and to respect those around them.
  • Students are taught that the hardest move in all of martial arts is to stand still and control themselves. 
  • As a child gains physical control, they will learn control over their mind as well.  Numerous studies have shown that the structured traditional environment of taekwondo benefits children in the classroom.
  • The main purposes of Taekwondo is to teach you various different ways of defending yourself.
  • Taekwondo can definitely teach you to focus on a given task at hand, and that is something which can translate to your everyday life.
  • Another upside to practicing Taekwondo is that it works to increase your flexibility. This is because before and after you do a Taekwondo class, your instructor  will have you go through a series of stretches
  • Practising taekwondo on regular basis make you feel happier because the exercises done in it produces some chemicals that fights away depression and anxiety.
  • Taekwondo strengthens our muscles .Taekwondo also has the advantage of being a bone building exercise. This is a martial art that involves a lot of kicking, jumping, pushing with your arms and legs, punching, and landing on your body as you spar with your opponents. All of these actions do technically count as weight bearing exercise. Weight bearing exercises by nature are crucial for helping you build stronger and better bones.
  • Taekwondo helps to burn our calories and keep us fit.