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ABOUT ESTEVAN TAEKWON-DO

The Estevan Tae Kwon-Do Association was formed in 1986 as a community based non-profit organization, dedicated to the promotion of and the participation in the Korean martial art Tae Kwon-Do.

We are affiliated with Global Taekwon-Do Federation (GTF) and are a part of the GTMA in Saskatchewan and GTF Canada.

Our instructors oversee all the technical aspects of the students’ physical and mental training. A volunteer executive oversees the financial and administrative aspects of our club.

The general public is always welcome to observe our classes and our members look forward to answering any questions about Taekwon-Do.

The Estevan Tae Kwon-Do Association was formed in 1986 as a community based non-profit organization, dedicated to the promotion of and the participation in the Korean martial art Tae Kwon-Do.

We are affiliated with Global Taekwon-Do Federation (GTF) and are a part of the GTMA in Saskatchewan and GTF Canada.

Our instructors oversee all the technical aspects of the students’ physical and mental training. A volunteer executive oversees the financial and administrative aspects of our club.

The general public is always welcome to observe our classes and our members look forward to answering any questions about Taekwon-Do.

Estevan Taekwon-Do
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OUR INSTRUCTORS

Mr. Wayne Brown

Wayne Brown

Head Instructor
6th Degree Black Belt
Mr. Don Dechief

Don Dechief

Senior Instructor
6th Degree Black Belt
Mr. Warren Morrical

Warren Morrical

Senior Instructor
6th Degree Black Belt
Trinda Jocelyn

Trinda Jocelyn

Senior Instructor
3rd Degree Black Belt

BLACK BELTS

Mr. Troy McClelland

Troy McClelland

2nd Degree
Mr. Arlen McCutcheon

Arlen McCutcheon

2nd Degree
Mrs. Simone Saigeon

Simone Saigeon

Minis Instructor
2nd Degree

Taya Saigeon

1st Degree

Danielle Stephany

1st Degree

Tina Longney

1st Degree

WHAT IS TAEKWON-DO?

The name Tae Kwon-Do is derived from the Korean word "Tae" meaning foot, "Kwon" meaning fist and "Do" meaning way of. So, literally Tae Kwon-Do means "the way of the foot and fist".

The name Tae Kwon-Do, however, has only been used since 1955 while the arts' roots began 2,300 years ago in Korea.

Known as a martial art and way of life, the evolution of Tae Kwon-Do was a direct result of the happenings in Korea long ago. 

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  • What people have to say

  • My son started Taekwondo last year and he absolutely loves the sport and his instructors. It has become a major thing in our house and in our lives. I would 100% recommend it to anyone looking for something new and fun to do.

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  • I started Taekwon Do as a way to add to my exercise program. It has become so much more to me. I have learned a lot about myself and also gained wonderful friendships. It really is a way of life.

  • Danielle S

  • Amazing instructors with so much passion to share their knowledge. Our family loves this club.

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