If you’re looking for the #1 Taekwondo program for pre school kids in Castle Rock, Centennial and Aurora, you’ve come to the right place!
Parents all over the Castle Rock and Aurora area (and Castle Rock, Centennial, Greenwood Village, Castle Pines areas too!) are singing the praises of our Preschool Little Dragons!
Not only are their children learning age-appropriate self-defense and “Stranger Danger” strategies to keep them safe, but they are quickly becoming more confident, more focused, and learning to set inspiring goals!
If you’d like to see your son or daughter build rock solid self-confidence and laser sharp focus, complete the form on the side of the page for more information about available programs, to see our web specials, and take advantage of our special trial offer!
Class Times: 04:30 PM- 05:15 PM Monday- Thursday Castle Rock
"My sons have been taking Taekwondo for over 3 years now. They started with the little dragons program. While little dragons they worked on confidence and motor skills. Now in the upper level, they are learning so much. They are learning to be more confident and respectful boys. Grandmaster Lee has helped my boys learn to be a leader and stand up for themselves. These life skills are helping them in school and life. My boys love going to class and love all their instructors. We are honored and feel very lucky to be members of Han Lee's Taekwondo Academy. This really is the best program out there."
"We looked at a few different taekwondo school's for our 5 year old son. After seeing some of the other schools out there for 5 year olds. We were very happy to find Han Lee's Taekwondo Academy and Master Lainfiesta who is the Little Dragons instructor. We were looking for a school that not only would teach our son taekwondo but also respect for others as well as for him self. Discipline in taekwondo and also out side of taekwondo. This is what we have found at Han Lee's Taekwondo Academy. The Little Dragons program has a great mix of everything we were looking for. Master Lainfiesta has been not only practicing taekwondo for decades but also teaching it. This really shows in the way he runs his class. He always has a great mix of fun activities as well as technical instruction Our son has learned so much in a short time and always looks forward to his next class. If we were asked to recommend a taekwondo school for young children this school would be the one we would recommend. It is on the expensive side but well worth the investment. your child will be learning so much more the just taekwondo.
"Our son has benefitted greatly from Grand Master Han Won Lee's Little Dragons Program. Grand Master Lee is an Olympic champion, a former the United States Olympic Taekwondo coach, and his school is a community asset. Master Glenn Lainfiesta, a 5th-degree black belt in Taekwondo, national taekwondo champion, and former captain of the United States National Taekwondo Team, has done a great job with our son and with all of the other Little Dragons. His approach instills discipline, it makes sure our son and all of the other students have a great classroom experience, and it has helped our family. We came to Han Lee's Taekwondo Academy because the school's introductory six-week offer was a great value, and we stayed with this school after we saw results in our son after about three weeks. Our son, just five years old, became more focused on tasks at home, and in his preschool, he became more respectful to us, his parents, and his self-confidence improved. We were initially skeptical that a martial arts program for three to five-year-old kids would be anything but a fun time for our son, and we did not plan on continuing our son's study of taekwondo until we started to see results. The first few classes were confusing for our son, which was expected, but he liked going, so we kept it up. At week four, it was clear that our son was learning quite a bit about self-control, martial arts, and about himself. I cannot recommend this school enough to other parents: if your 3-5 year old wants to learn how to master his or her environment, this is the way to go."