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johnsonsTang Soo Do (pronounced “tong sue doe”) is a traditional Korean Karate that has a 2,000 year old history. Tang Soo Do is known for its scientific teaching methods and a balance of hand and kicking techniques. This unique martial art emphasizes holistic betterment self-defense, health, physical fitness, discipline, and self-control. Advancement is always earned, never given. If you are interested in investing the time and energy into this worthwhile life-long activity, please join us.

Affordable martial arts for the whole family
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have children of their own and understand the difficulties of paying for extra activities. They also understand the what it is like to transport each child to a different location across town on any given night of the week.

Learn Martial Arts with your children! Each individual will be able to advance at their own speed while learning together. Classes are geared toward ages 8 and older. “Smiling Tigers” class is available for younger students. johnson5

Are you unsure martial arts are for everyone in the family? You will be confident when you enroll yourself or child that the atmosphere will be encouraging, non-threatening and safe. Contact us with any questions or visit a class to see what it is like.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson do not teach any eastern mysticism in their class. This traditional martial art pursues discipline, integrity, concentration, perseverance, respect & obedience, self-control, humility and an indomitable spirit.

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Fundraiser next Tuesday

SChipotle FTSDwing by the Meridian Chipotle location next week Tuesday, September 30, 2014 anytime between 4 and 9 p.m. to help support our Cho Dan Bo (black belt candidate) headed to Seattle for his black belt test.

You have to mention you are there for the fundraiser (or show this flyer) when you pay or it won’t count.

Chipotle Mexican Grill
2126 N Eagle Rd
Meridian, ID 83646
4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

A black belt candidate in the World Tang Soo Do Association must have a minimum of three years training. He must also submit a 1,000 word essay and pass a 100 question test on the TSD history and Korean terminology in addition to the physical portion of the test. See your gup manual for more details.

As a class we’ll be heading over there about 7:30 p.m.

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