Here at Yang Masters United Taekwondo Center we are committed to guiding you on your journey as a martial artist. Whether you are interested in improving your health, teaching your child the value of discipline and respect, or wanting to compete in high level competitions; International World Champion and Member of Team USA, Grand Master Yang and our staff are ready to help you achieve your goals.
Taekwondo, meaning the Way of the Foot and the Fist, is a Korean martial art coming from a vibrant culture that is rooted in deep tradition. There are many aspects of Taekwondo including Poomsae (Forms), Kyorugi (Sparring), Kyukpa (Breaking), Hoshinseul (Self-defense), and Shibum (Demo). Just like other individual and team sports, there are both time and financial commitments that coincide with one's training. We offer various programs that are specifically tailored to your individual needs.
Taekwondo is not only kicking and punching but more importantly, our premier certified staff (instructing, refereeing, and coaching), are committed to teaching our students the life skills that will help them succeed in any endeavor they may choose to pursue.
Grandmaster Yang, Pok Sun
Any students with any level are welcome to compete at the 2019 California State Open Championship 9/28/2019 Redondo Beach, CA. Talk to Masters for sign up form and due 8/17/2019.
Grandmaster Yang won TWO GOLD medals from 2019 USA TAEKWONDO NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP at Minneapolis, MN. Grandmaster Yang is member of the 2019 USA TEAM to compete at the World Cup Poomsae Championship in Wuxi, CHINA August 22, 23 2109. Also Grandmaster Yang got an appoint to be USA TEAM Coach.
20th Anniversary/Since 1999: (50% OFF and Gifts) Go get Ninja Fun book.
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Katelyn and Brady Wong
Katelyn and Brady started taekwondo in 2018. Brady wanted to get stronger by doing taekwondo. Katelyn wanted to get stronger more responsible and be able to defend herself.
By doing taekwondo both Katelyn and Brady realized how much work and effort you need to put into it. Because of this, they have become stronger mentally and physically.
Brady’s goals for taekwondo is to get stronger. Katelyn’s goals are to get a black belt and to try her best in each class
Outside of taekwondo, Katelyn love to read, draw, and bake. Brady like to play Beyblade.