United Traditional Tae Kwon-Do Canada
June 22, 2016 - U.T.T.C. Welcomes Mr. Chris Rowe and Quest Martial Arts
Mr. Chris Rowe has been practicing Traditional Tae Kwon-Do since 2001 and promoted to the rank of 5th degree black belt in October of 2015, graded by Pioneer Grand Master C.K. Choi. Mr. Rowe is continuing the vision for Quest Martial Arts Academy in Kelowna as the Owner and Chief Instructor and has a passion for helping people find their inner strength to overcome things they never thought they could. Mr. Rowe has run martial arts programs with in the Kelowna School District, instructs private classes for children with Autism and special needs as well provides service to many other organizations for various child and teen activities. Mr. Rowe also volunteers at Kelowna Christian Schools Anti Bullying forum, as well has holds an annual Kids Leadership Summit to encourage kids to take control and become the Leaders of the Change they want in the community around them.
Quest Martial Arts Inc. was founded in 2000. Mr. Rowe came on board in 2004 as the program director. In 2011 he purchased the school outright.
In 2015 Quest Martial Arts Academy relocated to its current location and proceeded to grow to over 200 members. With the help of Melody Shuman's SKILLZ Program and advice from Grand Master Choi, Master Gibson, Master Nonumura and Team Parrella this past year has been our best ever, and our future is incredibly bright!
July 9, 2015 - Toronto, Ontario
Master Gibson travelled to Toronto to conduct a special training session and High Rank promotional test.
Congratulations to Mr. Alex Gillis (5th Dan), Mr. Marc Theriault (5th Dan), and Mr. Duane Cato (3rd Dan) on their promotions.
News for United Traditional Tae Kwon-Do Canada
September 1, 2018 - U.T.T.C. Welcomes Master Jason Smith,
Mrs. Stacie Smith and Redwood Tae Kwon-Do
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Since 1995, Master Jason Smith and Mrs. Stacie Smith have operated their community martial arts school teaching Tae Kwon-Do to kids, adults and families in Redwood Meadows, Bragg Creek and nearby areas. The school started in the old Bragg Creek hall and moved to the Redwood Meadows Community Centre in 1997. Over its many years the school developed a strong bond with the community, teaching hundreds of students and always maintaining its focus on traditional Tae Kwon-Do.
Both Master Smith and Mrs. Smith began their training at young ages at J.J. Lee Tae Kwon Do School under the leadership of ninth degree Grandmaster J.J. Lee. Master Smith obtained his 6th Degree Black Belt in 2015 and Mrs. Smith her 4th Degree Black Belt in 2001. They are both strong supporters of martial arts for all ages and believe in the real benefits that Tae Kwon-Do offers.
Joining U.T.T.C. is a significant milestone for Redwood Meadows Tae Kwon Do – one that allows the school to stay connected to the past and true to its traditional and foundational Tae Kwon-Do roots, but importantly also enables the school to focus on the future and on providing new and exciting opportunities for students.
September 18, 2018 - U.T.T.C. Names National Team Assistant Coach
UTTC is please to announce that Michael Joblonkay has accepted the position of assistant coach to the UTTC National Team program. Michael, a veteran member of the UTTC National Team, has competed for over 15 years, and with experience in both national and international-level events he will work with head coach Sam Lieff and the UTTC Board of Directors to further develop the athletes training under the UTTC National Team Program.