Ramos Institute is led by Master Patricia Ramos, 5th Dan Master instructor. We teach traditional Taekwondo. This page administered by Jenny Anderson, 2nd Dan
Photos from Ramos Institute Tae Park Tae Kwon Do's post
What a great workshop we had on Saturday! Thanks to Junior Grandmaster Rodgers! Also, thanks to Amy Schug Bliss for taking photos!
Register today for State Games of Michigan World Class Tae Kwon Do Tournament..
Have you registered for the state games yet? Registration closes at 8pm on June 19th.
stategamesofmichigan.com Admission into Opening Ceremony is included in sports registration. Click here for more information. *Registration for this event closes at 8:00 PM on June 19, 2019* EVENTS AND FEES: Forms Only- $55.00 Forms & Board Breaking (Green Belts & Higher)- $85.00 Forms, Sparring, &
[04/29/19] Registration for State Games of Michigan Taekwondo tournament is opened
[04/27/19] Don't forget 10 am class is at Creekside Kingdom today! See you there!
[11/26/18] Ramos Institute Black Belts, on Saturday, December 1, we have an opportunity to work out will Grandmaster Warren at 3:00 pm, downstairs of the Armory. Please plan to attend.
#TeamUSA wrapped up Day 2 late into the night. After 12 hours of fierce competition, the team managed to clinch 6 medals! Congrats to all medalists and best wishes to our Day 3 competitors tomorrow. USA Taekwondo
Day 2 Results:
Silver: Male Over 65 (Chi Duong)
Bronze: Female U60 (Kristi George)
Bronze: Female U40 (Rosalyn Le)
Bronze: Female Team Over 30 (Elva Adams, Rosalynn Le, Jennifer Howard)
Bronze: Freestyle Junior Male (Nathaniel Cromwell)
Bronze: Cadet Male Team (Sergio Paez, Eric Sunghyun Gun, and Dylan Mai)
Registration link for the November Tournament!
Saturday, October 13, 2-4 pm
Workshop , Ionia Armory
Special Guest Instructor
Junior Grand Master
Ramos Institute students
Green belt and up
Lowell YMCA Fall Session 1 starts
Thursday, September 6 -- 4:30 to 6:30pm
and Saturday September 8 -- 10 am to noon.
Ionia resumes classes on Tuesday September 11 from 6 to 7:30pm and Saturday September 15 from 1:30 to 3pm
sentinel-standard.com The Ramos Institute of Ionia Parks and Recreation hosted six different institutes of Tae Park Tae Kwon Do, on Friday August 24. Twelve students were
[07/14/18] For those in the IONIA parade today. Line up #31. Blue shirt with white uniform pants and tennis shoes. 10:30 am meet time.
Summer sessions are only 3 weeks long and a great time to try out TKD if you have been thinking about joining. Classes at the Y are $24 for Y members and $39 for non members.
[06/08/18] Lowell YMCA students mark your calendar for July 14 Riverwalk Parade. We will be marching. Meet at the Y for class at 10:00 am and leave at 11:15 for line up. Parents will have to transport students to line up location. More info on location and line up number to follow. Great fun!
Color belt test photos
More photos from today's test
Good test today! Congratulations to all who tested. And thank you to all who helped!
Great workshop today!!
Sunday, 10-29, Ionia Parks and Rec (Armory)
Green belts and up, full gear
Saturday, 11-4, Ionia Parks and Rec
Forms and One-step
Guest Instructor, Senior Master Klingbeil
Here is the link to register for the 2017 World Class Tae Kwon Do Tournament. Take note that the board breaking registration deadline is November 4th. Tournament registration deadline is November 8th. Don't forget to download and review the rules. ~~ Miss Anderson
Hey, check this out!
sentinel-standard.com Ramos Institute students claim 23 medals in Tae Kwon Do during the State Games of America.
Proud of you guys!!!
sentinel-standard.com Ionia County's Krysta Cashen, 16, and father Kevin Cashen will be competing in the State Games of America on Saturday in Tae Kwon Do. The Games feature
State Games of America will be here before you know it! Here is the link to register!
sga2015.com Compete in the 2017 State Games of America Tae Kwon Do competition!
Here is the link for the forms you need to fill out for the seminar in TN this year April 7th and 8th.
[01/23/17] Belt Promotion Testing, February 4, 2017. Test begins at 2:00p.m. Registration at 1:00 p.m. Complete and print testing form on www. Ramos Institute.com
Please send pictures from Saturday's Seminar to fb or www.Ramos Institute.
Thank you students, parents, and all who supported our Seminar. It was a huge success. Grandmaster Warren was very pleased and said, "that was fun, I really enjoyed working with the students."
Thank you Klingbeil Institute for your participation!
Sr. Master Klingbeil, Master Feurstein, and Mrs. Mary Peterson did a fantastic job instructing.
I look forward to many more events with our Taekwondo families.
Don't forget to give Mr. Cashen a high 5 the next time you see him!!
sentinel-standard.com In the small town of Matherton, on the outskirts of Hubbardston, lives a master swordsmith who will soon be featured on "A Craftsman's Legacy"
[11/24/16] On this Thanksgiving Day I have many blessings in my life. Thinking back through the past years friends, family, students, and adversaries have taught me many valuable lessons in life. Today I am most grateful for the knowledge to recognize this.
[11/03/16] Have you registered for tournament? Board Breaking deadline November 5, other events November 9.
[10/30/16] Boo! Tomorrow is Halloween! We are going to be handing out candy in Saranac at Iron Mike's from 6 to 8 pm. You are welcome to join us or just come and trick or treat!
All Ramos Institute classes resume this week. Saranac, Wednesday 4:30-6p. YMCA classes Thursday 4:30-6:30 and Saturday 10a-12.
See you there!
[07/13/16] Ionia Free Fair Parade, Saturday. Please be there by 10:15 a.m. Line-up number is 30 that should be very close to the library. The fair ambassadors have red vests and can help you find us. TKD pants, belt, and TKD T-shirt. Gym shoes suggested. Parade ends at the fairgrounds at the north end parking lot that is next to the Go Cart track.
TENTH YEAR CONSECUTIVE YEAR FOR IONIA FF PARADE
Summer is in full swing and so our parades. Saturday, July 16 is the Ionia Free Fair Parade. Our biggest and most exciting and longest. Water is provided and a full shoe is strongly suggested. Just wear your Taekwondo T-shirts, pants, belt and sunscreen. A hat is not a bad idea. The red brick road gets hot. There are plenty of boards to break and lots of candy to delight the kids with (we got the good stuff!)
Please be there for line-up no later then 10:15. Our number for line-up has not been announced. We will try to contact you as soon as we are given the number. If not, just go to the library on main street and look for a Ionia Free Fair Ambassador in the red vests.
Thank you soooo much for your continued support.
Respect, Integrity, Strength and Courage,
Register today! Board breaking registration closes on the 18th.
stategamesofmichigan.com Compete in Tae Kwon Do at the Meijer State Games of Michigan!
Have you registered yet? Remember if you are joining the breaking contest, registration closes June 18th!
stategamesofmichigan.com Compete in Tae Kwon Do at the Meijer State Games of Michigan!
The Paducah Sun
Taekwondo group hosts national event in Paducah
BY LAUREN P. [email protected]
Patience, respect, self confidence and protection are just a few of the many characteristics that teachers and students of traditional taekwondo say the practice has instilled in them.
On Friday and Saturday, some 170 students, ranging in age from 3 to 78 years old, and about 40 teachers from throughout the country filled the two gyms at McCracken County High School to work on developing each of those characteristics and more as a part of the annual Lewis Institute Tae Park Tae Kwon Do National Seminar.
Junior Grand Master Dennis Lewis leads taekwondo schools throughout the south, including the Lewis Institute in Paducah and the Warmath Institute in Mayfield. They're a part of a larger association under Grand Master Tae Zee Park, a national and world champion who is a ninth-degree black belt, the highest level.
The group has been holding an annual seminar for more than 20 years, but this was their first time in Paducah, and they plan to return, said Lewis, a seventh-degree black belt who's practiced for 40 years.
On Friday, 17 students tested with grand masters and earned their black belts. Grand Master Rick Warren, an eighth-degree black belt from Chicago, explained that while there are various forms of taekwondo, the practice as taught under Grand Master Tae Zee Park is based on traditional taekwondo, which has a 2,000 year history, he said.
Despite the long history of the practice, Warren said there are still people who assume it's focused on fighting.
"There are a lot of misconceptions about taekwondo and martial arts, that it means bad guys are fighting all the time," he said. "No. What we're doing is channeling this traditional technique to help people live better lives and make a difference in their communities."
What motivates people to get involved with taekwondo is unique to each practitioner. Warren said he started as a kid because he was bullied. Lewis got involved because he thought it seemed cool when it turned out to change his life in ways he'd never expected, he said. Many go into the practice after their kids start classes. Others get involved for self-defense, to improve their health or for other reasons.
The practice involves far more lessons than simply mastering certain physical forms, the instructors emphasized. At the institute in Union City, Tennessee, Lewis said the leaders check on how their students are performing in school. The Lewis Institute also has a youth group in which students work together to help charities."You've got to be active within your community," Lewis said. "That's part of being a good traditional taekwondo practitioner."
One of those youths, 13-year-old Micah Haley of Mayfield, is the youth group president. He said the group this year is working to donate goods, food and other items to the Ronald McDonald House.
"This is such a great charity. We do a lot of community service. We're focused on giving back to our community," Haley said.
His mom, Melissa Haley, said kids learn respect and patience through taekwondo, which can make it easy to identify a practicing student.
"I can tell a difference between a child without martial arts and taekwondo, and a child with taekwondo. It's amazing," she said. "It's yes ma'am, no ma'am, can I help, can I carry that?"
Master Instructor Betty Henderson, who instructs in Milan, Tennessee, made her 9-year-old student, Rydge Lytle of Humboldt, Tennessee, an assistant instructor last week because he'd earned the responsibility, she said. Lytle earned his black belt last year, which he said was a "crazy" experience. He said his favorite part of the seminar in Paducah was learning more self-defense techniques.
"In certain situations this could save your life," he said. "It can protect you."
The Lewis Institute of Tae Park Tae Kwon Do meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at the Paducah Athletic Club.
[03/26/16] See everyone at the Lowell Expo. No class at the Parks and Rec Saturday March 26.
[03/01/16] No Taekwondo Class at Ionia Parks and Rec tonight.
[02/26/16] The 1:30-3:00 Taekwondo class at the Ionia Armory (Parks&Rec) has been cancelled due to a Basketball Tournament being held there. Next week as usual.
[02/01/16] Please post pictures from the testing if you have any!
Good luck to everyone at the testing tomorrow. I am very proud of all students effort and progress.
Green belt and up need to break boards. The cost is $4.00 each.
See you there!
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