We often receive words of thanks from parents, grandparents and students about how wonderful our programs are. We are always humbled.
This blog post by parent, Jen Snyder, is such an example.
A snippet of the post:
My kids have recently started taking Taekwondo at USTA in Bel Air. We’ve only been at it since April, but I can already see a difference in my children.
We wanted to do martial arts for a few reasons. I love that it can build confidence and discipline, and I those are areas my kids could use a boost.
My oldest used to flit from activity to activity. While she enjoyed each one initially, the novelty would quickly wear off and taking her to practices or classes would quickly devolve to something akin to torture. Why was I paying for an activity she didn’t want to do?
My son seems not to be a sports guy, and that’s okay. He hated soccer and didn’t even want to try anything else remotely organized that I suggested. He seemed excited by the idea of learning to punch and kick, however, so he agreed to give martial arts a try. He has a lot of excess energy, as well. He needs an activity to put that energy to good use...read the rest.