Quick Program Summary

Where is class held?Monroe Senior Center
1113 10th Street
Monroe, Wisconsin 53566
Who can take class?Anyone age 7 and older can take class. Parents can take the combined class with their children, or they can come to the adult class, or both! Students 12 and over generally take adult class, but may attend kids/combined class.
When is class held?Tuesday and Thursday evenings
Kids/Combined Class (focus on kids): 6:15 to 7:15 p.m.
Adult Class: 7:15 to 8:30 p.m.
What style do you teach?Our style is based on Tae Kwon Do, but includes hand techniques from karate and judo, joint manipulation from karate and aikido, and grappling and ground techniques from judo.
Who teaches it?Timothy J. Burns. He has been teaching children since 1987, and adults since 1991. Other instructors teach class from time to time.
How long has the program been around?Since 1991.
What does it cost?$40.00 per session for Monroe residents
  ($35.00 for each additional family member)
$50.00 per session for non-residents
  ($45.00 for each additional family member)
How long is a session?About 3 months. Sessions dates vary, but are usually September-November, December-February, March-May, and June-August. Specific dates are on our Calendar.
Can I come watch?Sure! Stop down at the Senior Center to watch a class and see if you'd like to join. Feel free to introduce yourself before or after class, and to ask questions.