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New Shirts!

Check out the students wearing our new school shirts! 


February 2017 Newsletter

Don’t forget there is no class Monday, February 20th. Master Humbel may come help teach class Wednesday, February 22nd.

When I was a kid one my favorite shirts was of my Taekwondo school.  Here is a picture of me with a bad haircut rocking my school shirt!

To continue this tradition, I have worked with Master Pearson to create a shirt for our school.  Here is a sneak peak of the design we will be rolling out!


We will be creating a sign up sheet in the next couple of weeks for a large order.  I’ll send an update with the price after I receive the test sample.

Mark Your Calendars! Master Sean Pearson Will Be Teaching In Buffalo

Master Sean Pearson, who has been my Taekwondo instructor since I was 8 years old, will be flying to Buffalo from Las Vegas to teach our Wednesday’s Taekwondo class, 01/11/17.  This is a very rare opportunity to train with my instructor and an internationally recognized martial artist!  If you are scheduled for Monday’s class on 1/9/2017, you are invited to attend the Wednesday class that week so you can train with Master Pearson.  We will still have our scheduled Monday class if you are not able to attend on Wednesday.

Here is a little background on Master Sean Pearson:

Throughout his career, in an effort to become a truly well-rounded martial artist in both practice and philosophy, Master Pearson has studied a wide variety of martial arts: Taekwondo, Hapkido, Kali, Kyudo, Iaido, Aikido, Judo, Jodo, Bando, Wing Chun and Tai Chi. He holds instructor ranks in six of these arts and master ranks in three of them. To this same end he has studied and achieved national recognition as a wilderness survival instructor, a certified hypnotherapist, and a lecturer in Neuro Linguistic Psychology. His work in many of these areas has been recorded by national and international media and he continually strives to make both the physical and mental practice of martial arts part of his daily life and that of his students.