Better Families want to give people of all age an opportunity to try the Miami Tae Kwon Do program. Martial artists should not be thrown into a class without an understanding of the style. It is also important to know what is to be expected as a student at the Miami Tae Kwon Do school. You lose motivation if you begin a program that is too difficult. This is why Better Families offers an introductory class to give you an understanding of the curriculum.
The introductory class gives you an overview on what Better Families is all about. Tae Kwon Do is a style that originated from Korea and brought over from Grand Master Jhoon Rhee. Jhoon Rhee has a program that Better Families follows from beginning to end. Additionally this Tae Kwon Do school focuses on the value of self-discipline and respect. We do not want students to feel behind in terms of the pace of the dojo. Everyone has their own pace for everything in life; this is no different for martial arts. This is not a Tae Kwon Do that just runs a program and forces you to follow along. Instructors will go out of their way to make sure you are comfortable with what you are doing. Students and instructors are both available for any questions that you may have. You are likely to have many questions when starting the Miami Tae Kwon Do program. It is better to ask questions than to make errors on your own that could have been fixed.
Students of Better Families go through a gradual process that starts with the introductory class. They are taught the basics and fundamentals of the Miami Tae Kwon Do program. Those in the introductory class are also told what is expected of them as students, athletes and as people. Improving in the Tae Kwon Do class, classroom, and household and as a person are all important.