Over 20 year with SCMA – they must be doing something right.
SCMA has been a part of my family’s life for a long time. My son started training with SCMA over 20 years ago when he was 7 and rising up through the grades to become a 2nd Dan. Although he has moved on, his interest in martial arts has not diminished, going on to experience other disciplines at university and afterwards.
He wasn’t embarrassed when I started training in 2003. In true Taekwondo sprit he encouraged and supported me through the grades.
And once again I am proud that I have another member of my family training with me. My granddaughter has been training for nearly two years and really enjoys herself.
SCMA is very focused on families and allows all members to train together. Not only do you learn new skills, you keep fit, make friends and always have a great time. Taekwondo helps develop a positive attitude and respect for others, whatever your age.
I’m just glad that I stopped watching and started taking part.