Teaching With Heart
Our passion for teaching the young (and the young at heart) has kept us going for over two decades.
Not to say we don’t enjoy a little fun and games too! We measure success in the smiling faces and joy our students find in each new accomplishment.
The Five Tenets of Taekwondo
CourtesyBe polite and respect each other
IntegrityStrive to be honest and live by moral principles
PerseveranceStruggle against all odds to reach your goal
Self-controlMaintain a pure mind and a pure body
Indomitable SpiritWhen faced with challenges or conflict, fight with all your might!
Get to Know Us
Master Scot Strachan
6th Dan World Taekwondo Federation Black Belt Master
Master Strachan started studying martial arts when he was 13 years old. He practiced Judo and Karate until he was introduced to Taekwondo at 18.
He trained at Yuedo College under the guidance of Master Sun S. Choi. He started teaching Taekwondo in 1989 and opened his first school in 1994.
Master Strachan has more than 20 years experience in Brazilian Jiujitsu. He currently teaches Brazilian Jiujitsu at Squamish Martial Arts.
Master Michelle Park
5th Dan World Taekwondo Federation Black Belt
Master Park’s first exposure to Taekwondo was as a child in Korea where the art was taught in elementary school. She moved to Canada at the age of 13.
She studied Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Master Marcus Soares. In 1999, she was the first woman in Canada to earn a Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Mr. Taehoon Son
3rd Dan World Taekwondo Federation Black Belt
Mr. Son began studying Taekwondo under Masters Strachan and Park when he moved to Canada at 12 years old. He earned his Black Belt at 17 and has years of experience assisting in teaching younger belts.
As a young man, he returned to Korea and served in the Army for 2 years. Even there, he pursued his love for Taekwondo by teaching fellow soldiers.
Since 2013 he has taught with Master Strachan and Master Park.