Character Education in Moral Combat                    484-942-3319

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Thirty years of experience

We have been open since November 2009. Owner, Master Luke Walsh, is a 6th degree black belt with 30 years of experience. Master Walsh seeks to teach students to follow impeccable moral conduct, as well as teaching them unity with each other.

Valuable lessons taught by example

Master Walsh strives to teach respect, courtesy, and integrity by example. Each student will be taught confidence and self-control. They will take all of these valuable lessons and apply them to many areas of their lives.

Elevate self-confidence

Students are taught with respect, understanding, skill, and moral character that is deeply rooted in the art of Tae Kwon Do. They will experience an art that will not only enhance physical abilities, but also elevate self-confidence!

Well-equipped facility

Our facility has a family area where parents are encouraged to watch classes. This is great for those who are interested in learning, or for those who wish to watch their loved ones in action. Portions of our school are equipped with bags for students to practice techniques and lessons they have learned.

Safe, challenging and fun training in a disciplined and relaxed environment.

Train with us today!

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We are so lucky to have found Dragon Law TKD. My 6 year old son has been taking TKD here for 2.5 years and my 4 year old daughter also started 6 months ago. Master Walsh is fabulous with the kids. He makes it a fun experience while also demanding respect. He creates an environment where the kids really want to learn and improve. One of the aspects of Dragon Law that I Iove the most is how Master Walsh empowers the students by giving them the responsibility of helping to teach the lower ranks. It is awesome to see 8 and 9 year old kids confidently running drills and teaching forms to my son and daughter. My dad always said, you never truly know something until you are able to teach someone else. The five tenets of TKD: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control, and indomitable spirit are alive and well here! I couldn't imagine taking TKD anywhere else.

 

Lisa H.

August 2014

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