NO Classes on

Remembrance Day, Nov 11, 2019

 Located at

88O Hanwell Road  Unit 101


Classes are on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday morning

 Children's class: 6:15 to 7:15 pm

Adult Class: 7:15 to 8:45 pm

Saturday morning children's classes:  9:30 am to 10:30 am


HapKiDo Class
  Tuesday evening from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
 Sunday evening from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

 ** New Students Welcomed **

Training at Appleby's Taekwondo

Matthew Appleby - 3rd Dan Black Belt 

Master Appleby's son.


  Taekwondo is an ancient Korean art of self-defense.  Through physical and mental training you use your body's ultimate abilities to defend yourself.  Simply translated: Tae means flying or jumping, to kick or strike with the foot.  Kwon to punch or strike with the hand or fist.  Do means art or the way.

     During regular training in taekwondo you will not only build a strong body, but also develop a healthy mind and way of life.  You will develop a descipline within yourself that will continue to grow and effect all aspects of youy life.  Through constant practice of mental discipline, one can acquire a strong moral character, which will be respected by all.  You will gain self-confidence in your abilities, both physically and mentally.  Concentration, self-control and patience are other attributs that will be enhanced through the study of Taekwondo.

A group of students at Appleby's Taekwondo

Kailey Swim - 3rd Dan Black Belt 

 Cassie 1st Dan Black belt 

My name is  Cassie and I am 15 years old. I have been doing Taekwondo since I was 3. Being a part of this has made me so much more confident and more out spoken. I learned to control my shyness. Being in Taekwondo has had an amazing influence in everything I do. I can't see a time in the future that I won't use what I have learned .



We are proud to be affiliated under Chung Won Institute of Tae Kwon Do.

Grand Master Won Kap Chung

 Grand Master Chung

Our Program

Our instructors are experienced, fun to work with, and completely professional. Our facility is conveniently located and features a bright and airy dojo, cozy waiting room, and is clean and comfortable. Hope to see you soon!

Meaning of Tae Kwon Do

Tae means flying or jumping, to kick or strike with the foot.  Kwon to punch or strike with the hand or fist. Do means art or the way.


880 Hanwell Place, Hanwell Road, Unit 101 | 506-455-3366