Kimoodo – Korean Tai Chi

Take time to relax and feel the benefits of Kimoodo. Every day you have stress and wear on your body and mind. Our Kimoodo classes are designed to help relieve that stress and help heal and rejuvenate the body.

Healing energy merged in the dynamics of martial arts: the three great powers of Kimoodo are Power Breathing, Power Stretching and Power Mind. We offer a full curriculum including instruction in Kimoodo. Kimoodo also known as Korean Tai Chi, will help relax and empower you. This ancient Martial Art is integrated with Oriental Healing Arts. This has been used for more than 5,000 years to maintain a healthy mind and body as well as rejuvenate injury or illness.

Discover the Healing Power

Kimoodo is a very holistic approach to converting toxic energies into life energies. Kimoodo promotes balance which leads to peace and happiness. Tai Chi has been credited for healing a variety of physical problems as well as stress.

Kimoodo can be done by all ages and is a slow paced, low impact Martial Art.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can martial arts turn my child into a bully?

No. Martial arts training will do just the opposite. Children are taught respect, tolerance, self control and compassion. The use of physical force is always reserved as a last resort, and only for self-defense.

My child has special needs. Can your program help?

We have students with ADHD, mild autism, physical disabilities, and other challenges. Martial arts is one of the best activities for children with challenges.

Is your school’s emphasis on competition and winning trophies, or is it on the development of my child?

The development of your child always comes first. And unlike with most sports teams, there are no “bench warmers” sitting on the sidelines at Traditional TaeKwon-Do Center Tampa. Every student participates fully in every class. However, for those students who wish to compete at tournaments, we offer comprehensive training for all belts. Our school is consistently a top medal winner at the regional and national tournaments that we attend each year.