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Taekwondo is known to help students improve focus, instill respect and discipline, teach self-defense, and keep students active and in shape. 

Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that can trace its roots back over 2,300 years to the earliest history of Korea, when it was referred to as Hwa Rang Do. The word Taekwondo is comprised of three Korean words: "Tae," meaning foot; "Kwon," meaning fist; and "Do," meaning way. Put together, Taekwondo literally means "the way of the foot and fist." 

Taekwondo is a balanced martial art that focuses on hand and foot techniques equally. Somewhat unique among the martial arts, Taekwondo also emphasizes jump kicks, spinning kicks, and fast kicking techniques.

Taekwondo has branched into two styles throughout the years: Sport Taekwondo, focusing on sparring, which is what is seen in the Olympics; and Traditional Taekwondo, focusing on the stances and strikes passed down from the Hwa Rand Do origins. The Taekwondo program at MDSA is based on traditional Taekwondo, but will also incorporate techniques from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, kickboxing, Hapkido, and other arts, to provide a fully developed martial arts training regimen.

All students registered with The Moriah Davis School of the Arts, also known as MDSA, are registered for our entire season which lasts from the time of enrollment through May 31st of the recital year
For Summer Session, enrollment lasts from your start day to the final day of the session.
Summer Session is usually 8 weeks in length. 

We do not charge any withdrawal fees. Withdrawing from a class must be done with a 15-day advance written notice prior to the month in which you would like to withdraw. For example, if you plan to make January your last month, you must inform us in writing by January 16th so that you do not get charged for February. We hope you will continue to dance with us for the reminder of the month after the form is submitted. There are no refunds or credits for any classes a student chooses not to attend following the successful submission of the MDSA Class Withdrawal Form. 
Print the form or pick up a copy at the studio, complete and sign it, then drop it off in person or email to
Simply not showing up to class does not cancel your child’s registration. Parents or guardians are responsible for tuition payments and late fees until the MDSA Class Withdrawal process is complete, regardless of attendance. 

You will receive a confirmation email at the receipt of your form. If you do not receive the confirmation email, please contact the MDSA office at 832-447-9532 ASAP, as the form submission may not have been successful.


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