"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step." Lao Tzu
Our family oriented martial arts studio is dedicated to helping our students develop their fullest potential in all aspects of their lives -- mental, physical,
and spiritual. Student progress and offering superior student services are what we are all about. We help our students set goals for themselves -- then we
help our students achieve these goals.
GOALS WE SET ARE GOALS WE GET!
We offer a number of program types. From our Juniors program to our Adult Class, we have something to offer you. We also offer a varied schedule that will accomodate busy family schedules.
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"We are not called upon to be canaries in a cage. We are called upon to be eagles, and fly sun to sun and over continents."
Henry Ward Beecher
Blue Ridge Tae Kwon Dois a family oriented martial arts studio that teaches the traditional Korean Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do. Our students improve their physical health, mental focus, and develop moral character while learning self-defense skills.
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We are located at 9151 John Mosby Highway in Upperville, Virginia
Our phone number is (540) 592-3171
For a map and directions please click here or on Directions in our Navigations links
Tae Kwon Do has given our daughter focus, external strength and has helped her develop self-control and internal discipline. During the five years she has been attending there has never been a time that she hasn't wanted to come.
--Clare Ferrell, mother of a teen student
Luke is ten years olds and has been attending Blue Ridge Tae Kwon Do since he was four. Luke enjoys the compassionate nature of all the teachers and staff. He also loves sparring and the Tournament! As a parent, I have seen Luke use the principles taught at Blue Ridge in every day life - such as "Always finish what you start" and "Be respectful of others". Luke's focus and self-discipline have greatly improved on his journey at Blue Ridge Tae Kwon Do. We look forward to future challenges.
-- Nancy Korfonta, mother of a Junior student
Class will be held today, Wednesday November 26. Come on out! (but drive safe!)