A Foundation For LIFE
Tigers develop confidence, coordination, discipline, healthy friendships, and learn empowering physical & fitness skills in every class.
The mind & body concepts they learn stick with them through life–motivating them to excel in everything they do.
"Thank You For Going the Extra Mile" ~Tiger Parent
Our #1 goal & priority is to instill healthy life skills into our Taekwondo kids
through confidence, coordination, discipline & physical fitness
as an individual and as a member of a team.
While some of our students struggle with confidence, some combat discipline & opposition to authority, while others may lack physical coordination or strength.
We identify each student’s strengths and weaknesses and challenge them to get out of their comfort zone to reach their potential.
Hard Work Pays Off!
Tigers continually earn new ranks as they work toward their Jr. Black Belt.
With every milestone, new challenges and curriculum are presented that keep them excited and engaged.
Parents and school teachers see drastic improvements in behavior when kids are involved with The ROCK’s Tiger program.
Make Friends & Have Fun!
One of our priorities is to make sure students are having fun!
Whether they enjoy competition, the physical workout, or the mental challenge of Taekwondo, they will find others who have similar goals and make lifelong friends.
Mind & Body Self-Defense
Tigers learn realistic self-defense skills in the form of disciplined verbal boundaries, non-violent conflict resolution, proper communication skills, and effective physical self-defense techniques.
What Parents & Students Say...
"To me, Tae Kwon Do isn't just a way to stay fit, it is a true way to learn life skills and lessons. I am obviously grateful to have the chance to train with such amazing people and also have a fabulous time in doing it."
~ Bailey W. | 12 year old Tiger student
"Your partnership in the raising of our boys is very important to us because we want them to be men of integrity most of all. We realize that the Rock impresses this through many different values & recognition of goals. Thank you for going the extra mile."
~ Janet R. | Tiger parent