For more than 17 years, Orleans Taekwondo has provided quality, family focused, Taekwondo instruction in the Orleans community.
Self Defense. Self Discipline. Self Confidence. Orleans Taekwondo provides a friendly and fun environment where students of all ages can flourish and challenge themselves to reach their goals and take charge of their lives. Professional and highly qualified instructors teach students in a variety of classes.
Suited for students at all ages, the program at Orleans Taekwondo is led by 4th Dan Black Belt, Master Lionel Gibson, and is a challenging, physical activity that combines running, endurance, stretching, punching, and kicking.
Participants will learn how to defend themselves in various scenarios including fighting on the ground and when confronted by a weapon.
We want to train you with the life saving tools that will allow you to walk with confidence knowing you can protect yourself when you need it most.
2015 National Poomsae Champion
"Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts."
-- Dan Gable
Taught by Lisa Gibson, your children will get and stay fit while learning basic life skills through fun drills and games that will develop their coordination, balance, concentration, self-control and teamwork all in a fun and safe environment.
Classes at Alain Fortin are offered Mondays and Wednesdays, September through June.
"Mr. Gibson has exceptional knowledge and skill that is unmatched. His passion for instruction in taekwondo is obvious to anyone observing his classes."
(Gigi Whited, parent)
"Thanks to Mr. Gibson, I am a much better, stronger, more confident, and more determined person than I ever thought I could be."
(Chantal Mathieu, student)
"In just the last few months, we have seen a significant change in our son’s level of concentration, his confidence and his ability to remember a sequence of movements."
(Evan's Mom and Dad)
"The instructors are amazing at keeping the children interested and providing individual attention based on level and ability."
(Gerry Fokas, parent)