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June Huntimer

Instructor, 4th degree Kukkiwon

Developing minds and bodies

Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that strives to teach courtesy, self-control, integrity, perseverance and a strong spirit. The martial arts program promotes discipline and confidence. It is led by instructor June Huntimer, a 4th-degree Kukkiwon who has taught the class for 15+ years. Taekwondo at EmBe offers eight-week sessions. All classes take place at EmBe Downtown.

Next Session:
July 11 – August 29
No class July 4

EmBe Downtown (300 W 11th St)

$95.96 per participant, tax already included

Financial Assistance is available. Please the the income-base sliding fee sale that is built into the online registration.

Introduction to Taekwondo – EmBe DT Childcare Participants; Thursdays from 4:00 – 4:50 pm
Give your child a head start and a new way of life through self-respect, discipline, confidence, and martial arts education. This class will introduce your tots to taekwondo, before they are old enough to enter into Taekwondo 1 – Beginner level.

Ages 3 – 5 only

Beginner; Thursdays from 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Give your child a head start and a new way of life through self-respect, discipline, confidence and martial arts education.

Taekwondo 1 starts at age 5 and up. Our instructor, June, will move your child to Taekwondo 2 when they have mastered the skills of Taekwondo 1.

Advanced ; Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Learn the art of kicking, punching and blocking. Learning self-defense is a fun and exciting way to exercise body, mind and spirit.

This class if for returning students only. Once you have mastered Taekwondo 1, our instructor, June, will move you to Taekwondo 2

“My goal as a martial arts instructor is to develop strong self defense skills in our children. In each class, we focus on developing character. Many parents say bringing their children to Taekwondo makes parenting easier. We create strong discipline,good manners in a positive, social environment. Taekwondo training helps children channel aggression and energy. It provides them with praise, positive reinforcement and lays the groundwork for leadership skills.”

June Huntimer, 4th degree Kukkiwon