Where the Journey is the reward



"I cannot say enough about Jindo, Miss Lisa and her staff are truly amazing. Our daughter has been part of the Jindo family for three years now. We realized after the first few classes that she was learning way more then martial arts. She was learning respect, focus, true self defense, self confidence, and internal pride. Those are priceless. Miss Lisa and her staff have created an amazing learning environment for their students and as parents we are so thankful."
Carrie Force McHugh — 5 star

"Amazing place. So happy my daughter is part of this family!!"
Suzanne Mittelstaedt Powell  — 5 star

"My sons were with Jindo from the early days and I can't thank Lisa enough for the positive influence she had on them! They learned leadership skills which will benefit them for a lifetime. Jindo is a wonderful mix of fun, exercise and discipline and I highly recommend it to anyone considering enrolling their children in the martial arts!!"
Dave Kagelmacher  — 5 star

"My daughter LOVES Jindo, Miss Lisa, and the rest of the staff! They are all very friendly and make each kid student feel welcome. Thank you for giving my daughter something positive to focus on!"
Mike Bullen — 5 star

"Jindo provides an amazing, student centered martial arts program and is a wonderful, family oriented studio!"
Julie Ackendorf — 5 star









Kid's Martial Arts

Call us today for your first private lesson.

Call 716-870-2971


Our Martial Arts classes offer traditional Tae Kwon Do as well as Bully-Buster and Stranger Danger lessons. We cover the importance of physical fitness through fun cardio and core conditioning drills that help build endurance and strength. And the drills offer fun, friendship-building experiences for all our young members. Our unique drills and exercises will challenge and motivate students to perform at their best. As students progress, parents can expect to see improvements in concentration, coordination, self-esteem and discipline. These are qualities that they can take to all areas of their life.

Teaches great morals and values: The Five Tenets of Taekwon-Do are as follows:
Courtesy
Persons should attempt to be polite to one another and to respect others, no matter of differences in beliefs or thoughts. We need not share the same opinion of others to show respect them.
Integrity
One who has integrity is able to define what is right or wrong.
​Persons should strive to be honest and to live by moral principles.
Perseverance
Perseverance means having patience. One of the most important secrets of becoming a leader in Taekwon-Do is to overcome every difficulty by perseverance. Confucius said," One who is impatient in trivial matters can seldom achieve success in matters of great importance."
Self-Control
"The term of stronger is the person who wins over oneself rather than someone else", Lao Tzu.
Indomitable Spirit
A true student of Taekwon-Do will never give up, not even when faced with insurmountable odds. The most difficult goals can be achieved with indomitable spirit.