Who We Are
At TMAA we don’t just teach how to kick and punch, We teach respect and dedication!
Tae kwon do
Taekwondo is a good exercise for developing children as well as adults who want to increase their physical endurance. Taekwondo movements require extensive use of the joints, which generally increases the limberness of the body. Since there is kicking, jabbing, and oral shouting involved, it’s also a great way to relieve stress and get a good workout.
Taekwondo as a Martial Arts Form
Taekwondo involves attacking the opponent with bare hands and feet. What sets this apart from other martial arts forms are the powerful and various leg movements involved, and that is what has enabled it to become a worldwide martial art. Taekwondo’s attack is aggressive, but at the same time the focus is more on the defense aspect. This can be a positive act for those wanting to learn Taekwondo as a way of self defense as practical purpose, even in modern times.
Taekwondo as an Educational Method
Taekwondo trains the body, but does as much to develop the mind as well. The objective of learning Taekwondo is to fasten growth, in both mind & body, in order to become a more mature human-being. Taekwondo students receive repeated etiquette lessons, as well as attack and defense skills, to build and strengthen character.
Taekwondo as a Sport
Taekwondo is an official competitive category in major world sporting events such as the Olympics, Panam Games, Asian Games, All American Games, and South American Games. Competitive Taekwondo involves safety gear, set attacks, and defenses. With safety as a top priority, competitive Martial Artists can enjoy the thrill of competing with less risks.
We have a total of 6 instructors that are CPR and AED certified , In adults children and infants . And In First Aid.