Taekwondo Training

At Master Lee’s Joonbi Taekwondo, it is not unusual to find mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, and brothers and sisters all signed up for classes. Taekwondo is not just a sport or another after-school activity. It’s a way of life, and once your family gets started, you’ll see how it improves everyday experiences of each family member.

Whether it’s in the way your child responds with a “yes, ma’am” or “yes, sir,” whether it’s your teenager earning the honor roll for the first time, or because you feel more focused and less stressed at work, you’ll be glad your family is Joonbi-ready!

Joonbi students advance from white to black belts by mastering the attitudes and techniques of each rank. Testing for all but the youngest children occurs every two months, offering students the opportunity to move steadily through the program. Click here to see the class descriptions and schedules.

Why choose to study Taekwondo?
A. Physical- defend your self.
B. Fitness- defend your health.
C. Mental- defend your mind.

Joonbi Taekwondo promotes several key areas that contribute to building a better person, which is the mission of Human Engineer, Master Lee. From training at Joonbi, students benefit by developing confidence, discipline, respect, self-esteem, and focus. Taekwondo promotes an active lifestyle through both physical and mental exercise, and is a fun way to explore Eastern culture.

Martial Arts is a way of life, and guides the development of the whole person by building mind, body, and spirit. Through integrating combat skills and the art form, martial arts emphasize the human trinity (mind, body, spirit), the defense system of human survival instincts, and remains in an art form as opposed to sports form.

How do martial arts differ from sports?

Competition Competing within oneself Competing with others
Focus Focus on ki-being is everything Focus on the win- winning is everything
Training Train the mind in addition to body Train the physical portion (body is priority)
Purpose Holistic-mind, body, spirit
Develop technique, character
Motive is achieving the win
Dualism- separate mind and body