Kitchener & Waterloo's Top TaeKwonDo School

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Master Greg Bauer 6th Dan

Master Bauer is a national and provincial level coach in the Olympic sport of Tae Kwon Do, with 25 years of coaching experience. He has coached at all age and belt levels, from recreational to Olympic hopefuls and National Team members.

Ms. Kaleigh Bauer 2nd Dan

Kaleigh has over 20 years of experience in Tae Kwon Do training. Kaleigh is a WLU graduate who manages all areas of Black Belt World.

Master Jay Bauer 4th Dan

Jay has many years of experience competing at the senior level of Tae Kwon Do. Jay teaches the Junior High Performance Athletes in our after-school program and has produced two National Champions through his training.

Master Ryan Bauer 4th Dan

Ryan had competed for Canada at many international events and is a five-time provincial champion. He has competed in the Olympic trials, the Pan-am team trials as a member of Team Ontario, and at the Commonwealth Games as a member of Team Canada. Ryan teaches sparring at all levels—from recreational to High Performance.

Master Mike Urshel 4th Dan

Mike has been practicing Tae Kwon Do since the age of 3. He has won 4 National Championships and 3 Provincial competitions. Mike recently graduated from WLU and hopes one day to teach. Mike teaches all levels of Tae Kwon Do for Black Belt World, works with the kids in our after-school program and is the head instructor of our Tae Kwon Do program in Cambridge.

Master Noah Brown 4th Dan

Master Brown has been practising Tae Kwon Do for the past 10 years at the Olympic level. Master Brown is an assistant instructor at Black Belt World Kitchener.

Prem Mehta-Spooner:

1st Dan Black Belt. Prem is an assistant instructor at Black Belt World Waterloo and the Waterloo YMCA Tae Kwon Do Program.

Master Evan Kerr:

4th Dan Black Belt. Master Kerr is an assistant instructor at the Cambridge YMCA Tae Kwon Do Program.

Master Terry Mayou:

5th Dan Black Belt. Master Terry Mayou performs the belt testing advancement for the Waterloo YMCA and Cambridge YMCA programs.