WHAT IS taekwondo?
Taekwondo is one of the most structured and traditional Korean martial arts styles, that teaches more than just fighting skills. It is a discipline that enhances our spirit and life through training our body and mind. In Korea, Taekwondo began as a defense martial art called "Subak" or "Taekkyon," and was developed as a way of training body and mind in the ancient kingdom of Koguryo, under the name of "Sunbae." Taekwondo improves coordination and balance, self-esteem, confidence, respect, attitude, fitness, and perseverance.

OUR story + MISSION:

Galena Park Taekwondo Tigers is part of a group of martial arts schools known as Taekwondo Warriors of America (TWA). We, along with our fellow schools, follow a traditional Taekwondo curriculum taught by our certified instructors. Our founding schools have been teaching Taekwondo since 1994. Prospective students can sign-up at anytime. Our mission at Galena Park Taekwondo Tigers is to make a positive difference in the lives of children, young adults, men and women in our community through the study of the martial arts.

Instructors:

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Galena Park Taekwondo Tigers is under the instruction of 5th Degree Black Belt Nicholas Reid and his brother, 5th Degree Black Belt Austen Reid. The Reid brothers were born and raised in Baytown, Texas. They began their Taekwondo journey in 2005, under the instruction of Master Austin McElroy. They have won countless medals and trophies from championship tournaments. Nicholas is the former head instructor of Baytown Taekwondo. 5th Degree Black Belt Austen Reid is also the owner and head instructor of Crosby Taekwondo Warriors located in Crosby, Texas.
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