Tae Kwon Do

Photos by Nic Antaya/The Herald
Tyler Pinkstaff, 9, of Jasper, practices a strike during a class at the Jasper School of Tae Kwon Do on Thursday. "It teaches him discipline, and you don't have to worry about him too much because he can handle himself," Chris Pinkstaff said about his son's participation in tae kwon do. 

 

Instructor Ed Messmer helps Tyler Pinkstaff, 9, both of Jasper, with his form during a class at the Jasper School of Tae Kwon Do on Thursday. 

 

Laney Adkins, 8, of Santa Claus, helps put away a floor mat after a class at the Jasper School of Tae Kwon Do on Thursday.

 

Henry Fromme, 13, of Ireland, left, and Laney Adkins, 8, of Santa Claus, practice one-step sparring during a class at the Jasper School of Tae Kwon Do on Thursday. Jamie Adkins noticed her daughter's self-control, focus and decision-making skills improved after joining the school. "She has done a complete 180," Jamie Adkins said. 



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