Tae Kwon Do (also known as Taekwondo) is the art of self defense that originated in Korea. It is recognized as one of the oldest forms of martial arts in the world, reaching back over 2,000 years. The name was selected for its appropriate description of the art: Tae (foot), Kwon (hand), Do (art).
Marshfield Martial Arts
We love Taekwondo! We have always participated in Taekwondo as a Family. We have been doing Taekwondo for 7 years. We received our Black Belts from Mr. and Mrs. Gautreaux in Blue Springs, MO. Mrs G received a Bronze Medal in the 1992 Olympics. They were both, previously, National team coaches and National Champions and World Medialists. We were blessed to be able to learn so much from them. Now we want to pass this knowledge and the love of Taekwondo onto you!
Tiger Tots(4-6yrs) $50/month
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Tiger Tot Class
Ages 4 to 6
Mon, Wed, Fri 4:30pm
Ages 7 thru 15
Wed, Fri 5pm
Ages 7 thru Adult
Ages 14 and up
Mon, Fri 6pm
Brazilian Jujitsu Open Mat
Adults and kids
Stances: Attention, Fighting, Back, Front, Horse, Closed, Tiger, etc.
Punches/Strikes: Jab, Cross/Reverse Punch, Back Fist, Spinning Back Fist, Knife Hand Strike, Ridge Hand Strike, Palm Strike, Spear Hand Strike, Upper Cut, Hammer Fist, Elbow Strike
Blocks: High, Low, Middle, Inward and Outward
Kicks: Front Kick, Round Kick, Side Kick, Back Kick, Cresent Kick, Hook Kick, Axe Kick, Jump Kicks, and Spin Kicks.
Weapons: Bo Staff, Nunchucks, Kamas, Tonfas, Bokken, Sais, and Escrima Sticks
Self Defense: Freeing Techniques, Drops, Falls, Rolls and Takedowns, Joint Locks, Pressure Points and more
Forms: Palgwe Forms(Il Jang, Ee Jang, Sa Jang, Yuk Jang, Chil Jang, etc)
Sparring: Sparring is fought between two competitors in a square shaped, matted area. Every competitor must wear a standardized head guard, trunk-protector (hogu), shin guards and arm guards. They use a range of kicks and punches, and if successful, these attacks score points
5 Tenets of TaeKwonDo:
Courtesy (Ye Ui) - Excellence of manners or social conduct.
Integrity (Yom Chi) - Honesty and soundness of moral character; adherence to moral and ethical principles.
Self-Control (Guk Gi) - The ability to control one's emotions and behavior.
Perseverance (In Nae) - Steady persistence in a course of action especially in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement.
Indomitable Spirit (Baekjool Boolgool) - Your fortitude, enthusiasm, moral character, and determination to prevail is never diminished even in the face of what appears to be insurmountable odds.