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Sandra Burciaga reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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The best place to learn martial arts!
So glad my son an I both are students there.

FJ Catherine Abaya reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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Simply the best martial arts school for both kids and adults.

Tina Johnson- Dishneau reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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We love coming to tae kwon do. Our son has found his passion.. We will support him all the way to black belt.. He looks forward to it.. We also have met some amazing NEW friends.. Love it

Jordyn Bell-Runkey reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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I love it because it shows you all the strength and confidence you need. To learn self- defence and to have fun.

Andrew Hummel-Schluger reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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This school is not merely a great place to learn martial arts, it is also a wonderful community of teachers and students who care about and for one another.

Steffan Tyler reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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I started Thai Kickboxing a little over 2 months ago at Seattle Tae Kwan Do and I love it. Master Richards is always hyped up and motivating which I like cause it pushes me to try to go beyond my limits. I also like that the higher belt ranked students are always helpful with technique and motivation too.

Gabrielle Zimmerman reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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This martial arts school is a rare find! Its a Small business around for years that truely wants your child to succeed and be in every aspect if life. They treat your family like you're part of their family immediately, from the moment you walk in. They have strong values such as respect and patients that stretch to their teaching in class.

They've got classes for the whole family too! Kick boxing is a fun and non intimidating class with a group of "average" people, not a bunch of gym "lunks" would make a fun and healthy date night for mom and dad!

Overall its one of the best environments to put your whole family in. Come here FIRST!

Kathy Cosgrove reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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This is such a wonderful place! My nephew has joined the kick boxing class and he is doing amazing, he just got his yellow belt! :) It is such a joy to see him blossom and grow, feeling more secure in himself. I have to give a huge Thank You to our cousin for bringing us here and introducing us to Master Richards and also, a huge Thank You to Master Richards for reaching out to my nephew, building him up and encouraging him. Who knows, one of these days I might be able to join in the fun. lol

Megan Elizabeth reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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The father of my child and fiance attended this school earning his black belt. Every single day the virtues he learned at this school are applied to our life and relationship.
Here is a message I sent thanking Grand Master Richards for everything he taught my man, which was so far beyond martial arts!

"Yes, but you taught my Connor to use his heart, I must formally thank you for that, you helped mold Connor into the man he is today. His discipline and drive is that of a hero, your school helped him learn that and learn to apply it to life! I must say I won the husband lottery ♡"

"I hope you know you taught him far more than martial arts!"

Grand Master Richards and his employees have so many important lessons to teach our next generation, I would strongly suggest sending your child of any age or circumstance to this school to learn discipline, hard work, and self worth.

Rhonda Hunter reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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My grandson has an amazing time there, while learning how to have control of his body. It gives him an outlet for his excess energy and a way to focus it for his own good. Patient and kind instructors and Masters.

Kaleb Blackburn reviewed Seattle Tae Kwon Do
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Wow. What an amazing school. Every moment I was enrolled here I felt as if I was apart of a family and still do. Grand master Richards is a great man. Very involved in the community. I love this school. My current masters are old students of master Richards and this school. If I was looking for a school to enroll in that was with in a 30 mile radius. This is my first and only choice

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The Ultimate New Years Resolution

The New Year is here, and with thousands of goals and resolutions in sight as well, 2019 is the year you should try something new!

Martial arts is an established system that can better the entirety of your being.

Whether you need mental benefits like furthering your discipline muscle, physical benefits like getting in shape, or maybe you’re just looking to make some new friends; martial arts is for you. 3 Martial Arts Benefits


The most common New Year’s resolution you will hear is to get in better shape.

The physical benefits from martial arts are obvious.

Martial arts will get you in shape in a way you find fun. Your body gets more comfortable with itself, so you have better control over your physical abilities as well.
Needless to say, arming yourself with the self defense tactics from martial arts makes you better equipped to deal with some of the more dangerous physical obstacles in life.

Really, martial arts is more than just physical improvement.


Looking for more discipline, focus, and awareness?

There are several martial arts benefits, but the greatest is the mental toughness.

Martial arts helps connect your mind with your brain. It helps your mind gain the necessary control it needs to do this. It helps you find comfort in stressful situations. Maybe you want to be more adventurous, less scared of the world, or more adjusted to your own body?