TKD I 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm -- Ages 7-12
Young martial artists will develop a strong understanding of the Tenants of Taekwondo. They will also continue to expand their understanding of the fundamentals of Taekwondo – stances, punches, blocks, kicks, forms, and one-step sparring (a scenario-based exercise to reinforce their self-defense training).
TKD II 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm -- Adults and ages 13 and up
or Blue Belt and above
In TKD II, students ages 13 and above as well as students brown belt and above will continue the fundamentals they have developed in previous classes. They will also learn more advanced Taekwondo techniques like aerial kicks, self-defense, and weaponry (nunchakus, bo staff, and knife work).
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Lil’ Warriors 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm -- Ages 5-6
Young martial artists will learn the basic principles of Taekwondo: Stances, punches, blocks, kicks, etc. and aid in their growth as a student. Students will also be introduced to the Tenants of Taekwondo – Courtesy, Modesty, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, and Indomitable Spirit – the foundation of every Taekwondo artist. With these tools, Lil’ Warriors will progress through their own belt ranking until they are able to advance to their next class.
Head Instructor, Master David Limbach:
4th Degree Black Belt
Practicing the art of Taekwondo for over two decades, Master Limbach studied in the very school that he is now teaching. Under the instruction of Master Robert Earl Moses, he began teaching martial arts at the satellite school on Kings Bay Navy base, as well as assisting at the dojang in downtown Kingsland. While in college, Master Limbach was able to continue his growth as a Taekwondo instructor by providing private lessons to fellow college students.
After graduate school and following a five-year stint as a professional actor in Atlanta, Master Limbach returned to his roots in Camden County and was passed the reins of running the TaeKwonDo school.
As an instructor, Master Limbach stresses the importance of the Taekwondo Creed: Courtesy,
Modesty, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, and Indomitable Spirit. These are the fundamental building blocks into making not only a good Taekwondo student, but a good citizen.