The Academy is built on the solid principles of its tenets: Honor, Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, Courage, Community, Strength, Humility and Knowledge. The TRMAI (Tiger-Rock Martial Arts International) mission is to empower members, Instructors, and students to enrich their personal, artistic, and professional lives through traditional TaeKwonDo training.
While training authentic and highly skilled TaeKwonDo artists, TRMAI believes the highest purpose of TaeKwonDo education is to prepare students for the responsibilities of citizenship. TaeKwonDo is about real and powerful experiences, resulting in the discovery of innate capabilities and a heightened sense of responsibility. To that end, we encourage our students to use their Martial Arts knowledge to improve our communities through one act of leadership, public service, and mentoring at a time. TRMAI is a franchising company. Each academy is individually owned and operated.
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When kids started picking on my son Dylan six (6) years ago I thought I was putting him in TaeKwonDo to learn to defend himself. What I didn’t realize is that when I met the Sibley’s that they would become a part of our family and we part of theirs. I love them for everything they have taught Dylan as well as help us understand what kids struggle with everyday. Mr. Sibley has helped Dylan with school discipline as well as dealing with everyday worries such as bullying and the peer pressure that young boys and girls have to deal with today. He has helped us raise a very respectful and responsible young man. I will stand by the Sibley’s school with pride knowing without them and the way they treat everyone as if they were one of their own my son would not be where he is now. We would not have this young man as we do with all these pressures he deals with today. Oh and the fun activities that they do in and outside the school are also a important roll. It’s not all work (but I didn’t tell you that).
One month ago I started my six (6) year old son M.J. at Sibleys’ TaeKwonDo in Laplace an god I am glad I did.. why you ask let me tell you my son may only be 6 but he was having trouble in school, discipline wise and lazy. I know one month isn’t long but my son has improved he isn’t hitting me or misbehaving as much at school. He looks forward to going to class with The Sibley’s and his new friends he has made. He was in football last year and gave no effort an cared less if he went or played at all. This light up his eyes when he gets home from school and asks how long before his TKD Class. He works hard and Is loving learning the new moves and respects the Sibley’s. He has a long way to go...let me finish by saying I am on a fixed income but will make sure to do my best to keep MJ at Sibleys’ TaeKwonDo as long as god allows me to...
Jana Darouse & Micah Fobb Sr.