Discover the Almost Magical Formula for Creating More Confident, More Focused, Happier, Healthier Kids!
See for yourself. Bring your child to experience
the most exciting Taekwondo Classes in Mission Viejo.
Read on to find out how!!
Dear Fellow Parent,
I don’t blame you for being skeptical.
Frankly, if I didn’t see it for myself (nearly every day) I wouldn’t believe it either.
I mean really…..how is it possible that a “Taekwondo” program can develop your child’s focus, self-esteem, self-confidence, and overall sense of purpose the way NO OTHER sport, hobby, “activity,” or program can?
Hi, my name is Master Mountain (Kyu-Hyun Seol),
and I’m very PROUD to say that HUNDREDS of parents and families in the Mission Viejo area are singing the praises of our Children’s Taekwondo program and telling other parents about it every day, because they’ve seen it for themselves, too.
I’d like to tell you how you and your child can experience all of this, and more… with NO RISK !!
Complete the form on this page to take advantage of our WEBSITE ONLY “No Strings Attached” Special Trial Offer, and watch as your child quickly increases in confidence, focus, and self-esteem.
We all want the best for our children, but our world today has other intentions.
With all the violence on TV, “short attention span” programming, the challenges in our education system, and how busy our families are, where is your child going to be surrounded by POSITIVE, enthusiastic peers and towering role models?
Mission Viejo parents tell us that our instructors become like “superheroes” to their children, providing them with the type of inspiration and direction they truly need to accomplish their goals, and live a clean, happy, healthy lifestyle.
Is your child sometimes disrespectful? Our innovative children’s Taekwondo program teaches respect for all adults, but especially parents and teachers.
Does your child misbehave? Our students develop SELF-discipline so they are better behaved and can focus on their schoolwork and chores at home without getting easily distracted. Even children with ADD and ADHD develop better focus.
Is your child a little too shy? Our martial arts program builds confidence so that as your child progresses in rank, he or she will learn to speak up and actually become a leader.
Not only that, but the other children in our children’s Taekwondo program in are also focused on being positive, enthusiastic, and successful. Your child will get POSITIVE peer pressure!
Imagine what your child could accomplish with such a powerful peer group!
Well, I have great news for you, you don’t have to Imagine, you can see it all for yourself at NO RISK and NO OBLIGATION!
Call us NOW at: (949) 348-2778
Please complete the form below to take advantage of our “No Strings Attached”
Special Trial Offer that is only available on this Website!
If you want your child to be more confident, more focused, happier and healthier, then you owe it to yourself to come and see the difference innovative Taekwondo for children can make in your child.
Master Mountain (Kyu-Hyun Seol)
26012 Marguerite Pkwy Suite B
Mission Viejo, CA 92692
P.S. Don’t forget we specialize in self-defense! You can’t always be there to protect your children, so give them the tools they need to protect themselves.
The best investment in my life“My children know how to play with others, take turns, share, they even know how to spend money because they work for it; they help me around the house. Honestly, it’s been the best opportunity and investment I’ve ever made in my life. You should try it too!”
–Sylvia Mangsen (Matthew, Justin, & Angelina)
The best investment I ever made“Martial Arts has been great for my son. It’s helped his listening skills, it’s helped his focus, it’s helped his eating habits. Martial Arts is the best investment I ever made for my son.”
–Shane Korkes (Ethan)
Improved Grades“Martial Arts taught me focus; now I’m on the honor roll!”
Stopped the bully“I learned how to stop bullying without fighting—I love Martial Arts!”
Learned respect“I used to be a trouble-maker, but Martial Arts taught me to respect everyone.”