FREE Guide: 5 Simple Ways To Create Family Memories



FREE Guide: 5 Simple Ways To Create Family Memories


The Great Pause of 2020 has reminded us of what truly matters: health, family, community.

Hi, I'm Yat-Yee Chong.

Many families react to COVID-19 by being more intentional about family time but some ideas are so big that families feel overwhelmed and default to inaction.

The steps in 5 Simple Ways can be implemented easily so you can enjoy spending time with your family right away.

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If you want more: a regular activity that makes memories while promoting an active lifestyle, you can't beat the benefits of Family Tae Kwon Do Classes.

  • Tae Kwon Do is an activity that can be done by your 5 year-old, yet it is also challenging enough for the older members of your family.
  • It trains not only the body but also the mind.
  • You make memories in ways not available if your children did other sports.
  • You have first-hand knowledge of what your children are learning and you can help them much more directly.

Tae Kwon Do has had a great impact on my family. Whether you have considered martial arts before or you've been thinking about it but are not sure where to go, I invite you to contact Axon Martial Arts Academy and experience Tae Kwon Do for yourselves.

It took me till I was in my forties before I discovered martial arts. Don't wait that long.

Yat-Yee Chong

4th Degree Black Belt and Certified Instructor

American TaeKwonDo Association

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What Martial Arts Can Do For You

The practice of Martial Arts is not like how it's portrayed in movies.


Whole-Body Physical Activity

Tae Kwon Do trains the whole body to work together. You improve your balance, preconception, flexibility, mobility, strength, and reflexes, all necessary for optimal living.


Mental Focus

As great as martial arts is at training the body, it is even better at training the mind. From day one, you'll notice how much focus is emphasized. Over time, consistent practice will sharpen your mental clarity, a much needed trait during this time.


Respect for Self and Others

One of the hallmarks of marital arts is respect. Respect shown to others creates a strong community. Respect for self is the foundation for wise life choices and the resultant successes.



Beyond the confidence from knowing you are physically strong is the confidence about who you are: someone who overcomes, who persists, who has so much potential a lifetime wouldn't be enough to uncover it.


Goal-Setting and Problem-Solving

Advancing through the ranks makes sure you optimize your time- and task-management. The inevitable obstacles such as difficult techniques will push your resourcefulness to new levels.

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How Do I Find The Right Academy?

Axon Martial Arts Academy is right for you if you want the following:

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Students learn best when given clear instructions within a encouraging environment. You won't find any warped, so-called tough-love tactics here. We build up, not tear down.

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Being intentionally small, Axon Academy can build a strong community for parents to support one another and for kids to grow up with friends within a stable community.

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At Axon, we seize every setback as a learning opportunity. We work hard to foster a sense of wonder and humility as we look at what we can learn and do.

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Axon Academy welcomes everyone in the family to train together because it creates opportunities for families to strengthen their bonds and create memories.


"Mrs. Chong always teaches with kindness, patience, and respect. She is flexible and accommodating with the method of teaching. She is a wealth of knowledge. I am so grateful for the time I had with her as my teacher."

— Jordan Clutter
Fort Collins

"My son and I have benefited greatly from Mrs. Chong's instruction in martial arts over the past decade. She has an uncanny ability to pinpoint areas of technique and to demonstrate and explain exactly how to improve them."

— Kathy Sigda
Fort Collins