Updated Schedules – Feb. 17th 2014

Click on the links below for our updated schedules.

Cary Lake Pine Schedule

Morrisville Schedule

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Photos from Ceremony

Photos can be seen on K.S. Lee Best Martial Arts of NC Facebook page.  Please ”Like” our facebook page and watch for updates, photos and events.

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Email Address

Our email address is nctkdbest@gmail.com.

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2011 Lee Brothers Classic Tournament Photos

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KS Lee’s Best Martial Arts of North Carolina

Raleigh, Durham area famous FM Radio station  G -105
Morning Live show!  Wednesday, October 13th,  2010
Raleigh Show Gram

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WHEEL OF GETTING TAE KWON DO’D
BY A KID BLACK BELT


World Class Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do Available to students in Apex, Cary,
Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, & Morrisville/RTP, NC

 

A  journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

                                 Lao-tzu, Chinese philosopher
Since 1986, our school has had a reputation for offering a formidable training program in Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do in the Triangle. Both are Korean martial arts styles that are very popular throughout the world because they offer a superb method of conditioning the mind and body – not only for self defense, but also for living in a positive way and contributing to the community. Other methods primarily emphasize the self defense and physical aspects of martial arts, but we incorporate the training of the mind and the body to achieve a harmony that can be applied to all areas of your life.
Under the leadership of Grandmaster K.S. Lee, a 7th Dan (degree) in both arts, we offer a program that is suitable for everyone, regardless of age, size, or gender. At the start, attaining a black belt level may seem unattainable, but regularly setting and achieving smaller, intermediate goals helps personal progression at the student’s own pace. Through setting such goals, the student is able to focus on small steps, and often, a black belt level is attained much more easily than is originally anticipated.

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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