A Lifetime of Character
Begins This Summer

You’re going to ask someone to spend 8 or 9 hours a day with your kids this summer; don’t let that time go to waste!

Traditional Taekwondo of Lutz is a community of friendly people based on the principles of Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control and the formation of an Indomitable Spirit. These are the ideals that the Traditional Taekwondo we teach are grounded in.

This summer, when you drop off your children in the morning, they’ll spend their day learning these values – not wasting time glued to a screen. They’ll have fun exercising, building character, learning about how to stay safe and sharpening new skills!

Taekwondo Summer Camp 2019
Space is Limited! Call Now!

Reserve NOW and Receive:

20% OFF!*

*when you sign up for our full summer camp program.
Promo runs until May 31, 2019.

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Here’s What Our Parents and Kids are Saying:

I wish to thank one of the best Taekwondo instructors I've ever met Daniel Riley. In April of this year which started with a agreement between two black belts my journey begin with weighing 163 pounds in hopes of losing 30 pounds before December first. I'm very pleased to report that with much patience and endurance , and perseverance, I had reached my goal, before the allotted time. I'm very grateful for his ability to instruct well, and have a genuine care for his students. I wish him all the luck, joy, and blessings in his future with his school and with his life. Thank you with all my heart, Sherry Seiler.

Sherry Dawn Seiler January 5, 2018

The after school program my son attends has been wonderful. He loves going and his social skills are improving. Everything he learns from this program has been helping him improve behavior at school and home.

Bridget Golbom January 5, 2018

My sons, 4 and 8, both have learned so much in a very short time. Daniel cares about them and is teaching them in a way that builds confidence and respect.

Shelly Dupuis September 5, 2017