We celebrate our Quest dads on Father’s Day and “Daddy & Me” Taekwondo classes have been a tradition here at Quest. Last June 16 was not just a day when Dads showed their kids that they can also do what their kids are doing, but more importantly, it was a day that Dads made their kids know that they enjoy doing it more with them.
The road to being a Black Belt requires a lot of dedication, perseverance and endurance. One’s character is challenged by the discipline required to attain to this level not to mention the rigorous training involved.
Quest proudly presents its new group of Black Belts! Last May 26, 2018 was the day these 8 taekwondo students were eagerly anticipating — The culmination of all the hard work they’ve put into this martial art discipline.
Our June Black Belt of the Month, Ena Ysabella Arroyo, is tough, fearless and devastating as a kyorugi competitor (and to a taekwondo layperson… that means “sparring”). And as masterful as she is with her hands and feet when competing, you’ll find out that her fingers can also gracefully create symphonies!