Cincinnati Taekwondo Center 513-271-6900 3600 Red Bank Rd Cincinnati, OH 45227

CTC Holiday Class Schedule

The school will be closed for regular classes from Sunday, December 21 through Sunday, January 4.

There will be a few special classes over break, so you can keep up your training.  Please try to attend.

  • Beginning Children (white through blue belts): December 22 & 29, 4PM
  • Intermediate and Advanced Children (green belt and up): December 23 & 30, 4PM
  • Adult/Teen Taekwondo, Hapkido, & Kimoodo: December 23 & 30, 6-7:15

Best wishes for a happy and safe holiday season!

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Adult/Teen Three Week Trial

If you are an adult or teen age 13 and up wanting to try Martial Arts, we have the perfect opportunity for you. For only $45.00 you can come to unlimited classes in Taekwondo, Hapkido, and Kimoodo for three weeks. At the end of the trial period, we will give you a free uniform with your enrollment. Sign up today!

2014 Calendar and Fall Schedule

Below are links to the 2015 calendar and the new winter schedule.  The schedule remains the same as the Fall Schedule. We look forward to seeing you in the dojang.

2015 Winter Schedule

Calendar 2015

Welcome To Cincinnati Taekwondo Center

At CTC, we teach a style of Taekwondo called Moogong-ryu (Guardians of Peace). This system combines traditional elements of Taekwondo with elements of Hapkido, Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and weapons training.  Moogong-ryu takes into account the entire person: mind, body, and spirit.  In addition to the self-defense skills of the martial arts, we incorporate training in proper breathing, meditation, physical toughness, goal setting, and leadership skills.

For potential students 7 years old and up, simply call us at 271-6900 to schedule a FREE half-hour private lesson with one of our black belt instructors. Little Tiger classes are designed to be easy to transition into, so no introductory lesson is needed.