Tae Kwon Do
What is Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwan Do is a martial art that focuses on both hand and foot strikes. It teaches self-defense through different blocking and striking sequences. It is also a sport that includes sparring, cardio exercise, bag workouts, and forms (patterns of movements). In taekwondo you will progress through ten belts before reaching the black belt. With each belt rank, you will learn a new form, strikes, and board breaking technique. Tae Kwon Do is designed to promote self-discipline and confidence.
About PCC Tae Kwon Do
We believe every student should have the opportunity to learn self-defense as well as the sport aspect of Tae Kwon Do while also learning to work with others, develop a positive self-image, and find self-confidence. Along with improving coordination skills, agility, strength, and developing muscular awareness. PCC Tae Kwon Do is for ages 5+. At our school, we strive to make sure Tae Kwon Do's instruction is educational and fun. Our instructors use the four avenues that take information to the brain; seeing, saying, hearing, and doing; to help each student thrive. Our instructors each have their blackbelt and experience in teaching Tae Kwon Do to all ages and cannot wait to share their love of the art with our students. PCC Tae Kwon Do takes pride in giving each student the personalized attention they may need to help them thrive.
Paige Cheney-Bianchi, Renee Fessler, Robert Szalay, and Charles McManus.
PCC Tae Kwon Do Coordinator: Paige Cheney-Bianchi