Raylan started attending classes in October 2015 and he absolutely LOVES it. I was a little apprehensive at first, because Raylan is only 5 years old, but Mr. Huber and
Ms. Ann have dismissed any misgivings I may have had. They are VERY PATIENT and VERY SUPPORTIVE of their students. They take the time to work 1 on 1 with each student, and
ensures the student gets the necessary attention, if more clarification is needed for understanding. Mr. Huber and Ms. Ann are a POSITIVE impact on their students. Raylan
thinks VERY HIGHLY of both.... I started classes to bond with Raylan and I can tell you that this is a LOT more fun that the elliptical.
- Cynthia N., Parent and Student
Tae Kwon Do has been such a big part of my life and my children's life. I am thankful that Mr. Huber has been a big influence in my children's life. When I first brought my son to Mr. Huber for taekwondo 12 years ago I was surprised not only by what taekwondo could do for my child but what Mr. Huber had to say it could do for my family. So I signed up. It made me remember the strong woman I am and not just the mom I had become. After that I was hooked for life, and as I had my children, I brought them to Mr. Huber also. When you have children you start to become aware that the people you bring into their lives will have a large impact on who they become. I am thankful to Mr. Huber for being that outside influence to me and my children that helped shape who they are becoming. They are strong, confident, competitive, caring young adults, and I not only credit Martial Arts for that but Mr. Huber as their teacher for that.
-Penny P., Parent and Student
Mr. Huber has helped me grow into a strong young man with the help of taekwondo. Mr Huber has shaped me in the young man I am and the man I will become.
-Isaac P., Student
I have done taekwondo almost my whole life. I have become an athlete because of it. Now I am a strong and competitive person because of it with Mr. Huber pushing me to always do more and be the best I can.
-Taylor P., Student
Taekwondo helps me get the exercise I need to help me stay healthy and it is something I enjoy doing...
-Brooklyn P., Student
I have learned to understand what’s happening around me, giving me a focus and to do better and be stronger.
-Matthew P., Sudent
I go to taekwondo because its fun. I get to see my friends, I get to learn how to defend myself ...
-Carmen C., Student
Mr. Huber is an amazing teacher! He corrects you when you’re wrong and supports you. He is also great at giving advice and some how always makes me smile.
-Ana C., Student
Yung Yea has become a place of comfort for me. I have found a family at this school. I have learned self-control and patience, and renewed my self-determination and power. Thank you Mr. Huber for your patience and support, the commitment and belief that you have for ALL of your students.
- Kathryn G., Parent, Student, Instructor in Training
Learning from Mr. Huber has helped reduce Ryan’s anxiety and find confidence in himself. Also, working with him, I have learned patience and to relax while staying driven to constantly improve.
- Chris P.,Parent, Student, Instructor in Training
... has changed my life. I was in Mr. Huber's class for 8 years. When I first started, I had little confidence in myself.
I feared everything and everyone. He built me up. He was so patient and kind. He was the perfect instructor for me.
He believed in me when no one else did. He saw my weaknesses and still pushed me until I finally believed in myself. I became a 2nd degree black belt, but more than that,
I became confident and strong and was no longer someone who people took advantage of. I found myself. Today I am a strong, confident woman who no longer hides from her fears.
I will be forever grateful to Mr. Huber and his school, Yung Yea Martial Arts.
-Lauri B., Student
Thank you for all you have done with our kiddo, and the many countless other youth you have encountered. The best complement
we can give is that you accommodate to each child without compromising the integrity of the school. Every day I tell Corbin before we part,
“Mind your manners,” “Learn a lot, ”Be respectful,” “Be safe ” and “If you don’t have anything nice to say, say nothing
at all.” When Corbin joined your class we were grateful to have a teacher with the same qualities to instill in him
and we would not be qualified to teach him in martial arts. That’s when you and your Yung Yea Martial Arts class became Corbin’s best
version of himself. This is the sport he chose above all others. He really started to find himself over the years.
Corbin started young enough as a boy. Now as he starts to become a young mane, we are thankful to see your student
be more confident in all that he does. Corbin has challenges in life and in your school I am thankful for a
good challenge to encourage a strong work ethic so he can continue to grow as a person in school and in life.
- The Wiliams, Parents