Grandmaster Sell has spent a lifetime in the pursuit and promotion of Taekwondo. She began her training at age 14 in Michigan, USA. There she realized her love for the sport. Within two years, she was awarded her 1st Dan. Since then, has been a professional teacher of Taekwondo, an accomplished tournament competitor, an international referee, a Taekwondo performer, an ordained minister, and President of the U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association.


Master Christopher Courington

“I was bullied as a kid and took Taekwondo to learn how to fight back. By the time I was capable of fighting back, I had learned that I needed to let my anger go, not let it grow.

I have learned to protect myself and my loved ones, I have learned more about myself, my faith, and even my family. I have gained a new family, through the US Chung Do Kwan Association, a family that I am always excited to see. My self-confidence has grown, as I have been promoted through the student, black belt, and master ranks. I can honestly say, most of my life’s lessons are lessons I got on the training floor.

Taekwondo is a very physical art, but it is also incredibly mental, as well as spiritual. Taekwondo with the USCDKA strengthens the whole man, mind, body, and spirit.”

Master/Ph.D. Larry E. Hazelbaker

“The curriculum is genuine, authentic, and commands the deep respect throughout the world of accredited Taekwondo.” I am grateful for the opportunities and growth I have experienced in this, the finest of Taekwondo associations. The USCDKA is a family, a community, and an association that genuinely and deeply cares about its members. The focus is on helping individuals to be a success in life and taekwondo is the vehicle through which this is promoted. Being a valued member of this family and community has been a wonderful experience for me!

Master Eric Madden

“The FAMILY that KICKS TOGETHER STICKS TOGETHER!  It is hard for me to remember my life before Taekwondo. If I try real hard I could probably do it; but who wants to do that? My wife and children and I are all black belts in Taekwondo. It has helped bring our family closer. There is no secret formula or special recipe as to why. It is simply our love for the art that we share. We have common goals, a common interest and people look to us as leaders because of the Black Belt around our waist. We constantly teach in our schools that we can help your child get: 


  • better grades in school
  • behave better at home and
  • be respectful to others around them


 Taekwondo has helped me to realize that everyone can definitely do more. These expectations were taught to me by my Instructors. I know now that through Taekwondo I can set my goals even higher than I ever dreamed possible. You too can do the same. Never stop reaching for the stars.”


Revolutionary Taekwondo and Leadership Training from Taekwondo Legends, Great Grandmaster Edward B. Sell, Sr. Grandmaster Brenda J. Sell.

Taekwondo has been referred to as “A Way of Life.” Why? Because when taken seriously, Taekwondo will affect you in every aspect of life: mind, body, and spirit. But, you MUST have the right tools: Support, Encouragement, and Acceptance.

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