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The Art of a Lifetime

About Us

For over 40 years...

  ...Muskegon Taekwondo has provided high-quality instruction in traditional and sport taekwondo, fitness, and self-defense. If you wish to boost your self-confidence and improve your health, our instructors are here to help you reach your potential by sharing with you the art of excellence.

Modern Studio

Our 4800 square foot matted training area provides plenty of room to practice (and air conditioning helps us train comfortably even in the summer months).

Dojang Hyun (Oath)

Seek perfection of character.

Live the way of truth.

Endeavor.

Be faithful.

Respect others.

Refrain from violent behavior.

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Try two weeks free!

 Take two weeks to work out with our instructors, try different classes and class times, sample instruction in traditional taekwondo, sport taekwondo, self-defense, and fitness. Once you do, we're confident you'll want to join our taekwondo family on the training floor. 

Weekly Classes

Monday -Thursday

Junior/Family Class

5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

Event Details

Monday -Thursday

Junior/Family Class

All ranks, all ages.

5:00 pm - 5:50 pm

Monday - Thursday

Junior/Family Class

6:00 pm - 6:50 pm

Event Details

Monday - Thursday

Junior/Family Class

All ranks, all ages.

6:00 pm - 6:50 pm

MONDAY, WEDNESDAY

Adult Class

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Event Details

MONDAY, WEDNESDAY

Adult Class

All ranks, ages 12 and up.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Tuesday, Thursday

Competition/Fitness Class

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Event Details

Tuesday, Thursday

Competition/Fitness Class

All ranks, ages 12 and up, with an emphasis on sparring technique and conditioning for those interested in competition. 

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Saturday

Women's Self Defense

10 am - 11 am

Next session begins January 25

Event Details

Saturday

Women's Self Defense

 During this four-session course, participants will develop the situational awareness necessary to avoid violent encounters along with practical tips for everyday personal safety.  You will also develop the mindset needed to successfully defend yourself while practicing simple, practical, and effective techniques to overwhelm and disable an attacker. 

10 am - 11 am

Next session begins January 25

Programs

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.

Muskegon Taekwondo LLC

Muskegon Taekwondo Center LLC 420 Harvey StreetMuskegon, MI 49442

(231) 773-4318

Hours

Open today

05:00 pm – 08:15 pm

FAQs

People Often Ask:

 

Q - What is the difference between karate and taekwondo?

A - Though both taekwondo and karate feature blocks, strikes, punches, and kicks, taekwondo generally places greater emphasis on kicking techniques over hand techniques. Our particular style, KangDukWon, also includes many of the long, flowing moves of Chinese quan fa (kung fu).


Q - At what age may a child begin training?

A - We have found most students age 6-7 on up can be successful in our Junior/Family classes. Due to a number of requests, we now provide a separate Minjas course for students age 4-5.


Q - What is the cost to train after the two-week trial period?

A - Training at Muskegon Taekwondo is very affordable.  In keeping with Grandmaster Stolberg's beliefs, we don't want a serious student's financial situation to keep them from training, and we will work with you to create a payment plan to fit your budget. We have a variety of plans available, including auto-pay and pre-pay options, and family pricing.


Q - I have health limitations. Can I still train?

A - We all have health limitations (or will someday). The point of training is to make the best use of the capabilities we have, so aside from the usual admonishment to seek the advice of your physician before starting any new exercise program, we can usually find a way for you to train around most health issues.


Q - How do I get started?

A - Feel free to come in and watch a class first if you like, or just show up, sign the waiver, and jump right in. Remember, the first two weeks are free!


Q - What should I wear to my first class?

A - Shorts and a T-shirt are fine for your first two weeks. Afterward, a dobok (uniform) is included free with a 6- or 12-month membership.


Q - When will I "own the night?"

A - Never. All the training in the world can't make you invincible. That's the bad news. The good news is that nobody else out there is invincible either. That's why it just makes sense for us to all get along as best we can without having to resort to violence.

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