Our goal is provide quality instruction in the traditional Korean style of the Martial Arts - Taekwondo - which means, literally translated, "The Way of the Hand and Foot".
What is Taekwondo?
More than simply a sport or means of self defense, Taekwondo is a way of life. Its ideals date back to ancient Confucians and Buddhists. These ideals include: Loyalty to country, Obedience to parents, Trustworthiness to friends, Respect toward teachers and elders, and Finishing what you begin.
Focus: A Key Benefit
Awareness of the mind and of the world around us -- focus -- is an central part of Taekwondo training. Students develop the ability to focus while learning the moves and routines, or forms, of Taekwondo. This skill carries over into everyday life, improving study and work habits, active listening ability, and self-protection skills. Awareness of oneself, of the world around us, and of harmony with nature are strongly emphasized in the study of Taekwondo.
We emphasize to our students that violence is to be avoided in the face of conflict. The true student of Taekwondo will walk away from the taunts of a bully, rather than show him up with a kick or punch. We teach students to block and evade strikes, and to use fighting skills only as a last resort.
Mr. Chris Hauth
He enrolled in Taekwondo in Rancho Cordova, Ca in January 1982. He taught part tie in Suisun City, Ca in 1984 and then moved to Santa Rosa, Ca in 1985 to manage a Taekwondo school. In January, 1987 Mr. Hauth opened his club in Healdsburg, Ca and then moved his school to Windsor, Ca in 1988. He has 35+ years of experience in the Martial Arts and along with his wife, Rhoda they have established a unique style of Family Taekwondo.