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Join us at Grandmaster Contreras’ Martial Arts Academy for a 9-week Summer Program for $249! Includes free Full uniform & t-shirt.
Athens Martial Arts is built on the solid principles of its tenets: Honor, Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, Courage, Community, Strength, Humility and Knowledge. Our mission is to enable our students to enrich their personal, artistic, and professional lives through traditional TaeKwonDo training.
While training authentic and highly skilled TaeKwonDo artists, we believe the highest purpose of TaeKwonDo education is to prepare students for the responsibilities of citizenship. TaeKwonDo is about real and powerful experiences, resulting in the discovery of innate capabilities and a heightened sense of responsibility. To that end, we encourage our students to use their Martial Arts knowledge to improve their communities through acts of leadership and personal responsibility.
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The spirit which enables one to face danger with self-possession, confidence, and resolution. Courage consists of a reserve of moral strength on which one may draw in time of emergency. A courageous person will not tolerate injustice.
The restraint of one’s emotions and reactions. Control comes from within rather than from outside forces.
The responsibility to contribute to society regardless of one’s position in life. Civic accountability requires us to do our share and to be part of the solution of society’s problems. Remember: Every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity an obligation; every possession a duty.
The wellspring of facts, truths, and information from which one operates. Historically, a true martial artist continuously collects knowledge throughout life to better oneself and to assist others.
The quality of having adequate physical power, force, or energy in order to practice our art and be ready for life’s challenges. It is the capacity for exertion or endurance. Strength is at the core of our power to resist attack.
The quality of being respectful, unpretentious, and modest, not thinking that one is better or more important than others. A true martial artist knows that to show humility is to show one’s inner core good character. Humility frees oneself from pride and arrogance.
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