The Colorado Taekwondo Institute, Golden location, is a Martial Arts school that instructs the art of Taekwondo to students of all ages and levels. The Golden martial arts school is located on the northwest corner of Youngfield and 20th, next to Tafolino's Mexican restaurant. This campus was founded in 2005, by Grandmaster James M. Sautel, 8th degree black belt. This is one of six locations that are a part of Colorado Taekwondo Institute (CTI).
The Golden Taekwondo school is very spacious, and consists of a spacious workout area where students can participate in class. As described below, the classes are separated by age and also belt level in order for the instructor to teach according to each class and fulfill the students specific needs. There are also one-on-one lessons available with any of the instructors of this campus, to instill more practice and direction. There’s watching areas for each classroom, and family and friends are always welcome to watch their loved ones do class and see the curriculum that they are being taught.
The Golden karate location teaches a numerous number of lessons to each and every one student. Taekwondo is a great way to get into shape and learn how to defend yourself. A few key factors this martial art teaches include: self-confidence, self-directed learning, and respect. On top of these, there is so much more that this Martial Arts school has to offer. Some of the big ideas taught to every one of our students are self-control, integrity, and perseverance. All of these qualities are also taught how to be transferred over to everyday life and school.
This Golden martial arts school teaches students as young as two years old. It is great for students of any age and is also a great activity to do with your whole family, and even your friends. There are classes available Monday through Thursday for all ages. Families are able to work out together in most of these classes and it is an art that can bring the family closer together.
Not only does CTI hold a variety of class times for all ages, they also hold tournaments, expos, symposiums, camps, and many other events. At these events students from each of our campuses, within our organization, get together to learn and grow with one another and become a family. At each of these, the students get to put all the work they have put in at class into these events.
At the Golden Taekwondo Institute campus, we see each and every one of our students as our family, and make sure to always put them first for martial arts in Golden.