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One of the popular sports and arts that can protect you and your kids is Martial Arts. Coming from South Korea, Tae Kwon Do has become immensely popular all over the world. Tae Kwon Do is a combination of skills, sports, self-defense, exercise, fun, and philosophy.

There are myriads of academies and training institutes imparting martial arts training to individuals of diverse age group. This art of self defense for kids has a plethora of followers across the world - kids and adults, men and women. Let your kids enjoy and learn the nitty-gritty of martial arts in MA at NESA.

Tae Kwon-Do for Men, Women, & Children!!

  • Tae Kwon-Do
  • Gymnastics
  • Self Confidence
  • Olympic Style Sparring
  • Competition
  • Body Flexibility
  • Motivation
  • Meditation Yoga
  • Self Defense
  • Self Control
  • Physical Fitness
  • Strong Mind
  • Weight Control
  • Wellness
  • Bulling

Family Rates Available!!

Master uses Black Belt to fight for good health!

Stress management seminars family counselors, the clergy, and friends and - on the other end of the spectrum - drugs and alcohol are some of the solutions people seek when attempting to cope with the problems of daily living. Master Lee offers another solution: Korean Martial Art of Tae Kwon-Do with instructors Grand Master Lee, Kangwon, Master Lee, Hakjae, and Master Marshall, John.

Master Lee holds 6th Dan degree, Master Marshall - 5th Dan degree, and Grand Master Lee - 9th Dan degree Black Belt, the highest rank available.

Through more than 50 years of experience, they have developed a program that offers a gateway to better health and better living. Lee's program combines the precepts of Tae Kwon-Do, a self-defense technique that promotes development of inner strength, or "Kie", with motivation, correct breathing and isotonics. He has shared his teachings with thousands of students throughout the US and the world, and has recently brought his program to the New England area with an opening of a studio in South Shore, Mass.

"God gave us a body and we have to take care of it", GM Lee said, "a body that is sick or ill is like a car that continues to run after the ignition is turned off. You must take care of the car or after a couple of years it is a total loss. Lack of exercise and improper breathing all cause trouble."

GM Lee says proper breathing fuels the body's circulatory systems, heals wounds and increases oxygen flow. The use of his panted Iso Trim device promotes flexibility, increases strength, reduces stress and tones muscle.

[Q.1] What is Tae Kwon-Do (Korean Martial Art)?
[Answer] Tae Kwon-Do’s literal translation means “art of hand and foot fighting”. This art is the ultimate in self-defense and physical fitness for men and women of all ages!! Through the scientific use of the body in form and technique, Tae Kwon-Do ultimately targets participants’ character development. The practice of this art demands vigorous exercise and perseverance; its plentiful rewards are self-confidence, patience, physical fitness, flexibility, mental alertness.

[Q.2] How can I join the classes?
[Answer] Those who wish to become a student of our school must schedule a consultation appointment with an officer of the Lee's Tae Kwon-Do College and fill out an application form.
(Applicants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian)

[Q.3] Can anyone join Tae Kwon Do?
[Answer] Yes. Anyone who can engage in regular physical sports can learn Tae Kwon-Do.

[Q.4] Can children learn Tae Kwon-Do?
[Answer] Yes, any child over 4 years of age who has an understanding of movement can learn Tae Kwon-Do. We are specializing in teaching our children against bullying in school and camps.

[Q.5] Can women learn Tae Kwon-Do?
[Answer] Yes, since Tae Kwon-Do uses the power from the whole body, women can also generate a great deal of power. The number of women and girls learning Tae Kwon-Do for self-defense and its physical benefits is greatly increasing.

Tae Kwon-Do comes from the orient, so does the original master. He is proud of his culture, heritage and always strives to maintain its original purity. He constantly strives to inspire and guide his students and instructs to abide by the oriental traditions of higher standards. If you do not train under an instructor of high expectation the result will be a very low productivity in your training. Of course, you will want to learn your Tae Kwon-Do from a Korean instructor who always teaches his students to strive for a superior performance.

At Grand Master Lee's Tae Kwon-Do colleges we teach the authentic Korean discipline of Martial Art, with instructions from Grand Master and Masters (high ranking Tae Kwon-Do instructors with over 50 years of experience). We strive for quality and we aim at developing "The Elite of the Elite"
About program director
Grand Master
Paul Lee

Lee's Tae Kwon-Do College NESA & N.E. Tae Kwon-Do Academy

Korean Martial Art  (TAE KWON DO)

Master Lee is 6th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. He has more than 33 years of experience of Tae Kwon Do. Master Lee competed all his early black belt years in Korea and the US.

Master Lee has several titles in Korean Junior Tae Kwon Do championships from 1983-88 in Kangwon Province. Grand Master Lee, who is one of the original grand masters from Korea who created and taught all over the world (highest in Tae Kwon Do), is Master Lee’s father. He moved to the United States in 1988. Since Master Lee moved to the US, he continued in competing in state championship all over the states and won 1st places for several years. Now he has schools in Stoughton, Mass., Norwood, Mass.

He has more than 20 years of teaching experiences with ability of speaking both Korean and English fluently.

  • Born in ChunCheon, South Korea.
  • 1976, Started in Tae Kwon Do.
  • 1983, 1st. Place in sparring on Kangwon province junior championship.
  • 1984, 1st. Place in Sparring in Korean Junior championship.
  • 1986, 2nd place in sparring in President’s cup championship.
  • 1987, 1st place in sparring in Kangwon province junior championship.
  • Moved to Kokomo, Indiana, United states.
  • 1988 Indiana State champion, Ohio State champion, Illinois State champion in feather weight division.
  • 1989 Indiana State champion, Michigan State champion, Ohio State champion, Illinois State champion in feather weight division.
  • 1989 Junior Olympics 2nd place in Minnesota.
  • 1989 taught classes at Notre Dame University and Purdue University in Indiana.
  • Holds National Referee certification.
  • 2000, 2001, 2003 Secretary general of New England Tae Kwon Do Association.
  • 2006 Teaches at the North Eastern University Tae Kwon Do Club.
  • 2008, 2009 Vice president of New England Tae Kwon Do Association.
  • School in Stoughton, Norwood Mass.
  • 6th degree black belt certified from Kukkiwon Korea.
  • 2009 teaches at NESA.

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