Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training our body and mind. Today, it has become a global sport that has gained an international reputation, and stands among the official games in the Olympics. Today the WT counts 210 separate countries as its members, representing 80 million practitioners. These numbers earn Taekwondo the distinction of being the most practiced martial art in the world. Training at our school while help you or your child in all life aspects. While building your martial arts skills you will also train you mind to accomplish things you never knew possible. We will help you uncover your true potential as a martial artist!
Tae stands for FOOT,
Kwon stands for FIST,
Do stands for ART.

It is recognized as one of the oldest forms of martial arts in the world, reaching back over 2,000 years.

Poomse (Form)

The poomsae is the style of conduct which expresses directly or indirectly mental and physical refinements as well as the principles of offense and defense resulting from cultivation of Taekwondo spirit and techniques.

Kyorugi (Sparring)

The Kyorugi is a practical application of the poomsae and the Taekwondo spirit is manifested not in an abstract mental philosophy expressed in the documents but in the actions of poomsae.


Hapkido is a Korean martial art of self-defense that teaches you to defend yourself and others against a variety of attacks. It combines hand strikes and powerful kicking with joint locks, pressure points, holds, takedowns and throws. The emphasis is not on hurting other people, but on being able to protect yourself and others around you with reasonable force. Hapkido techniques are based on an opponent’s attack, meeting that attack, turning it back on the attacker, and following through with offensive finishing techniques if required. World Black Belt Center program helps you recognize and handle situations in which self-defense may be required. You can learn the techniques you need to defend yourself intelligently in threatening situations. What you learn could prevent you from becoming a victim.
HAP: means "together" and means the harmony of body and spirit.
KI: defines the life and body energy.
DO: means "way of life, way of learning".