For many parents there are major concerns about the influences in their teenage child’s life. Who they hang around, who’s inspiring them and what do they get up to when they’re with their peers?

As parents we are concerned about our teenagers making good decisions when they are with their peers. We are concerned about their safety and we are concerned about them developing a healthy self-esteem. Ultimately, we want them to be happy – happy with their life, and happy about themselves. Sometimes, as parents, we are frustrated with our teenagers for not listening to us. We don’t want them to make bad choices now that will shape the rest of their life. This is why thousands of parents throughout Australia have enrolled their child into Rhee Tae Kwon-Do. Students not only learn how to physically defend themselves, they also learn how to conduct themselves.

Rhee Tae Kwon-Do helps teens and young adults find their own identity, We provide them with a motivating and inspirational atmosphere in which they learn to become leaders instead of followers. They are given the opportunity to think for themselves and develop more Courage, Confidence, Self Respect and Humility which in turn allows them to make educated decisions instead of just “doing what everyone else does”. All students learn the value and importance of education and get a taste of the satisfaction and happiness derived from helping others and succeeding in life.

It also offers the youth of this age the chance to meet other like minded people that they otherwise wouldn’t meet. This not only helps their social skills it also introduces them to other young people who are outside of their normal peer group that may have a more positive influence on them.

Teens and young adults will learn in a self paced manner as we know everyone is different, in saying this students can learn as fast or as slow as they want so they can get the best out of them selves.

We have had great success in producing some quality young leaders who have not only learned to overcome their own limitations but are now instrumental in assisting others achieve the same!