Taekwon-Do is the Korean martial art of unarmed combat designed by General Choi Hong Hi in 1955 for the purpose of self-defense. Over the years it has grown into one of the most popular martial arts for self-defense, personal development and sport.
Taekwon-do is often recommended as a method of helping children and adults with short attention spans or low self-esteem. It is suitable for people of all ages, sizes and physical ability. Structured curriculum helps students set goals and experience satisfaction of reaching them.
Our classes are demanding, fun and yield benefits such as:
Improved health, energy and weight loss
Increased coordination, balance and agility
Focus and Concentration
New Student Special
New students can enroll for one month of classes with a FREE uniform (complete with ITF/ATFI patches) and a lifetime membership to the ITF/ATFI for only $99.
Not sure? Come try a class for free!
Spot Light Instructor
Poteet Martial Arts is proud to announce Mrs. Stephanie Kimbell as our Spot Light Instructor.
Mrs. Kimbell began taking TaeKwon-Do classes in 2010. She currently instructs the Deputy Dragons class (ages 4-7) on Tuesday and Thursday at 5 pm with Miss Katrina Allen and Mr. Scott Garrett. Mrs. Kimbell started TaeKwon-Do as an adult. She has always been active throughout her adult life. Mrs. Kimbell has a son Wesley, who she wanted to get involved in a sport that would emphasize respect and discipline while still being fun. She enrolled him in TKD. As he began to progress in the art she found herself also interested. Since beginning her TKD journey, she has gained her 1st degree black belt in March of 2014 and won Women’s Senior Grand Champion at the 2014 Lone Star Invitational. Mrs. Kimbell is still a practicing black belt and is currently training for her 2nd degree promotion in November 2016.