Start Where You Are
Progress at Your Pace

Axon Martial Arts Academy is the place for ANYONE who wants to discover
Tae Kwon Do.

Collage of pictures of people of different ages

Whether you are

  • young or wise,
  • a lifelong athlete or an indoor enthusiast,
  • looking to burn off your boundless energy or you could use some help to become more energetic

You are welcome here.

Schedule a Free Exploratory Session

Start Where You Are
Progress at Your Pace

Axon Martial Arts Academy is for ANYONE who wants to discover Tae Kwon Do.

Whether you are

  • young or wise
  • a lifelong athlete or an indoor enthusiast
  • looking to burn off your boundless energy or you could use some help to become more energetic

you are welcome here.

What can you expect at
Axon Martial Arts Academy?

Every martial arts training facility has its own culture.
These are the guiding principles at Axon Martial Arts.

01

Individual Attention

Every student is treated as an individual and accorded with respect. Axon Academy will remain at a size that allows the owner, Yat-Yee Chong, to know and teach every student.

02

Person First

The student is always more important than skills or curriculum. Students should expect to be challenged but never at the expense of their personal development and well-being.

03

Emphasis on Teaching

Being proficient in marital arts skills is necessary but not enough for someone to be a martial arts instructor. Ms. Chong brings with her 30 years of teaching experience and a Master's degree in pedagogy to teaching Tae Kwon Do.

04

Always Learning

The Founder of ATA, Eternal Grandmaster H. U. Lee has this simple motto: "There is always more to learn." This characterizes the attitude of the academy for students and instructors.

05

Inclusive and Positive

The only people excluded at Axon Martial Arts Academy are those who seek to exclude others. This is a community that accepts, supports, and encourages.

Schedule a Free Exploratory Session

What can you expect at
Axon Martial Arts Academy?

Every martial arts training facility
has its own culture.
The following principles
guide Axon Martial Arts.

01

Individual Attention

Every student is treated as an individual and accorded with respect. Axon Academy will remain at a size that allows the owner, Yat-Yee Chong, to know and teach every student.

02

Person First

The student is always more important than skills or curriculum. Students should expect to be challenged but never at the expense of their personal development and well-being.

03

Emphasis on Teaching

Being proficient in martial arts skills is necessary but not enough for someone to be a martial arts instructor. Ms. Chong brings with her 30 years of teaching experience and a Master's degree in pedagogy to teaching Tae Kwon Do.

04

Always Learning

The Founder of ATA, Eternal Grandmaster H. U. Lee has this simple motto: "There is always more to learn." This characterizes the attitude of the academy for students and instructors.

05

Inclusive and Positive

The only people excluded at Axon Martial Arts Academy are those who seek to exclude others. This is a community that accepts, supports, and encourages.

Meet Owner and Head Instructor, Yat-Yee Chong

head shot of Asian Middle aged woman wearing a blazer

When my children’s martial arts instructor first invited me to take a class, I laughed.

You see, my identity was that of a bookworm, a music nerd. I grew up a fan of martial arts films, but I thought martial arts was only for the gifted.

My instructor persisted, and I eventually took the leap.

It was one of my best decisions.​​

  • It awakened my inner athlete.
  • It proved that I could develop physical skills even in my 40s.
  • It led me to shed the self-image of a clumsy and sedentary person.
  • It provided a structure for me to achieve goals I'd never dreamed of: earning a Black Belt and even a World Champion title.
Women Tae Kwon Do champions

It gave me a chance to train alongside my children, gifting me with many shared lifelong memories.

I want to share what Tae Kwon Do has done for my family with you. Schedule a free exploratory session to see if Axon Academy is a good fit for your family.

picture of Asian woman Tae Kwon Do uniform

Meet Owner and Head Instructor,
Yat-Yee Chong

head shot of Asian Middle aged woman wearing a blazer

When my children’s martial arts instructor first invited me to train, I laughed.

You see, my identity was that of a book-worm, a music nerd. Even though I grew up a fan of martial arts films, I thought learning martial arts was only for the gifted.

My instructor persisted, and I eventually took the leap.

It was one of my best decisions.​​

Middle aged Asian woman in martial arts uniform in a pose using a broadsword

It awakened my inner athlete. It proved that I could develop physical skills even in my 40s. It led me to shed the self-image of a clumsy and sedentary person. It provided a structure for me to train for and achieve goals I'd never dreamed of: earning a Black Belt and later, a World Champion title.

Women Tae Kwon Do champions

It gave me a chance to train alongside my children, gifting me with many shared lifelong memories.

I want to share what Tae Kwon Do has done for my family with you. Schedule a free exploratory session to see if Axon Academy is a good fit for your family.

Schedule a Free Session

TESTIMONIALS

"Yat-Yee is fantastic with kids! She has excellent communication skills that help them focus and excel! She is not only a Tae Kwon Do expert but also a visionary. I highly recommend Yat-Yee!"

Debbie Campbell
Fort Collins

"Mrs. Chong is a very talented artist and a gifted instructor. She is a role model in her own training. My family has been very fortunate to have her in our lives."

— Kathy Sigda
Fort Collins