MIT Korean Karate Club: Crash Course in Tae Kwon Do!
Poh Lim, Grace Yuen, Rafael Raya
Tue Jan 6, Thu Jan 8, 07-08:30pm, Dupont Multipurpose
Sun Jan 11, 05:30-07:00pm, T Club Lounge
Tue Jan 13, Thu Jan 15, 07-08:30pm, Dupont Multipurpose
Sun Jan 18, 05:30-07:00pm, T Club Lounge
Tue, Thu, Jan 20, 22, 07-08:30pm, Dupont Multipurpose
Sun Jan 25, 05:30-07:00pm, T Club Lounge
Tue, Thu, Jan 27, 29, 07-08:30pm, Dupont Multipurpose
Sun Feb 1, 05:30-07:00pm, T Club Lounge
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Repeating event. Participants welcome at any session
Want to learn some self-defense and martial arts over IAP? How about diving into Tae Kwon Do over IAP?
We practice a traditional style of Tae Kwon Do called Chung Do Kwan, emphasizing speed, power, focus, accuracy, and balance. Part of the philosophy of Chung Do Kwan is no-contact sparring, allowing full power and focus without injuries. All members of the MIT Korean Karate Club learn to break wood, and many break cinder blocks, too.
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to work off MIT stress, to stay in shape, to gain self-esteem, and to learn self-defense. We are an informal and fun-loving bunch, and beginners are always welcome, especially those with no martial arts experience.
Visit our site for more information about our club and practices.