Tuesday, 18 December 2007 14:32

Trinity Success

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Our Student's Success is our Pride!

It is through our student's achievements that is the true measure of our success.

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Trinity Taekwon-Do regularly participates in regional competitions and while students routinely place high in individual and team medal rankings, it's not all about the medals or trophies.  Real success is the long-lived changes that these medals and trophies only highlight through these physical accomplishments.

The true marker of changes is clearly evident in the testimonial of many of our students as reveal through these parents comments.

"We have three children enrolled at Trinity Taekwon-Do. While they are all very different, they have all benefited immensely in their own unique ways with their experience at this school. Self-confidence has skyrocketed, they have all learned a sense of belonging and camaraderie with this wonderful, caring group of people.

All of the instructors at Trinity Taekwon-Do, Master Neidig, Mrs. Neidig, and Mr. Avila have always shown caring, concern, and sensitivity to the kids’ individual needs while providing excellent training and instilling a sense of self-worth for each child. All three of these instructors certainly provide an outstanding role model for our children and all of the students at the school. It is a wonderful experience to watch the class grow from young white belts who, over time, mature and are given opportunities by the instructors to become leaders within the class. 

The most dramatic change we have seen is in our son, Alex, who was generally shy and unsure of himself. Over the past three years, Alex has grown into a self-confident young man who readily expresses his pride in his accomplishments. We see this confidence throughout all of his activities now and attribute this change to his joining Trinity Taekwon-Do. " - Susan and Paul Santilli

Read more student and parent testimonials here

Taekwon-Do Can Change You Too

Many students at Trinity Taekwon-Do started martial arts classes as adolescents and have grown up into young adults during their time at Trinity Taekwon-Do.  Most have achieved great success along the way.  Specific examples include:

  • Mr. Spenser Burrows received scholarships awards to a local college and credits the benefits of Taekwon-Do focus and self-control to his continued success in his collegiate studies.
  • Ms. Rachel Dye attributes her success in equestrian dressage to the strength, flexibility and balance training that Taekwon-Do provides.
  • The benefits of routine flexibility and strength training has helped Ms. Landry Burrows become a member of the professional ballet troupe, Ballet Nouveau Colorado.

Don't wait, come visit and start now to improve your life or the life of your child.


Tuesday, 18 December 2007 14:32

The Trinity Difference

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Martial arts classes at Trinity Taekwon-Do is a unique experience: A blend of superior martial arts training within a positive, disciplined learning environment focusing on the student's growth and improvement.

Trinity Taekwon-Do offers the the following benefits:



  1. Superior Martial Arts Instruction

    At Trinity Tae Kwon Do students get the opportunity to train with dedicated Taekwon-Do instructors and receive personal instruction from Master Robert Neidig, Jr, 8th Degree Black Belt.  Master Neidig can be routinely found teaching white through Black Belt students every week.  This is a great opportunity as many schools are taught and/or run by junior black belts.

    At Trinity Taekwon-Do, the head instructors (Master Neidig (VIII), Mrs. Neidig (VII), and Mr. Avila (VI)) comprise over 70 years of personal martial arts experience.  Balanced by a cadre of certified and helpful junior instructors, every student at Trinity Taekwon-Do can feel like class is an opportunity for personal instruction.

    If you are interested in focused personal instruction, Trinity Taekwon-Do is for you.
  2. Disciplined yet Encouraging

    Discipline and etiquette are a big part of martial arts training at Trinity Taekwon-Do. While students must maintain to the rigor or courtesy and respect, the instruction and environment is filled with fun and positive encouragement.

    In life some things are easy and some are hard. The same can be said for Taekwon-Do and students. Some students find learning Taekwon-Do a breeze while others are challenged.

    At Trinity Taekwon-Do, both the athletic superstar and challenged students are lifted up and praised for their hard work and efforts.

    More than ever, children need positive encouragement in a world that continually says "No.. you can't do that!".

    At Trinity Taekwon-Do "WE CARE ABOUT ALL OUR STUDENTS".

  3. Inexpensive Student Programs

    For over 20 years Trinity Taekwon-Do has been offering martial arts instruction for a personal expense that is an affordable option to the other programs. 

    *** NO CONTRACTS ***
    At Trinity Taekwon-Do there is no requirement for a high priced contract or long term commitment.

    We won't offer you a guarantee to become a black belt if you pay us thousands of dollars. 

    Attaining a Black Belt only comes with hard work and training which requires a very personal commitment to the endeavor.

    Classes at Trinity Taekwon-Do can be joined at anytime.  We offer month-to-month membership and extended training packages at an affordable cost. The choice to continue in martial arts is yours and entirely up to you.

So Why Choose Trinity Taekwon-Do?

Martial arts instruction at Trinity Taekwon-Do is more the kicking and punching, it's a caring, family-oriented and  supportive adventure in martial arts that yields a miriad of benefits just waiting to be discovered.

But you don't have to believe us, come and see for yourself.

Or better yet, read about the success stories and testimonials that some of our student's parents have to say.



Tuesday, 18 December 2007 09:11

Learn Taekwon-Do

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Martial arts training benefits both young and old in a vast variety of ways. These include: improved health, flexibility, balance, self-esteem and character growth.

For over 20 years Trinity Taekwon-Do has been helping children, adults and families realize their full personal potential. Through martial arts training at Trinity Taekwon-Do, students grow both physically and mentally through the benefits of marital arts. If your considering martial arts for yourself or your child, Trinity Taekwon-Do can help you improve your health, flexibility, balance, self-esteem, awareness. A myriad of benefits awaits.

Visit our page on classes to learn more.

Monday, 17 December 2012 00:00

Class Information

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Trinity Taekwon-Do offers classes for every age and skill with many opportunities to train throughout the week.

Two (2) classes are held four (4) days a week at the Broomfield Community Center (see Schedule & Location below).


Visitors and guests are always welcome to come, watch and ask questions. For more information on classes, request a brochure from the Trinity Message Center or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

2018 Class Schedule & Location
The following opportunities are available for students to participate in Taekwon-Do training.
  Junior Class Advanced Class Combined Class
Monday: 6:45pm - 7:45pm 7:45pm - 9:15pm  
Wednesday: 6:45pm - 7:45pm 7:45pm - 9:15pm  
Friday:     5:30pm - 7:00pm **
Saturday: 1:00pm - 2:00pm 2:15pm - 4:00pm  
Note **: This classes (Friday) focus is for Red belts and above.  White belt students are encouraged to attend Monday, Wednesday and Saturday classes.
Junior Class
This class  is generally less strenuous than the Advanced class and emphasizes development of all the same Taekwon-Do techniques but in a manner and pace suitable for younger kids.  Students (white through blue belts) are encouraged to always try hard and perform at the best of thier ability.
Advanced Class
Participants in this class are guided through advanced physical conditioning and Taekwon-Do training focused on development of superior self-defense skills.  Students (white through black belt) can expect to be trained by certified senior ranking Instructors (6th DAN and above) in all aspects of Taekwon-Do development and practice.

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Broomfield Community Center (BCC)
280 Spader Way
Broomfield, CO
(Ph: 720.420.0950)

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Monday, 21 April 2008 08:48

Student Success Stories

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Success at the Top!

At Trinity Taekwon-Do we create winners. We forge strength from weakness and grace from awkwardness. Our student’s learn that respect is gained and all good things come from hard work.

Through this process students change. They become stronger, more confident and to do anything.

This page is a testament to our student's growth as individuals through the benefits of Taekwon-Do martial art at Trinity Taekwon-Do.


How Taekwon-Do changed my life
By: Mr. Ed Garneau, 2nd Gup Red Belt
March 2008


"I took up Taekwon-Do when I was 17 years old (28 long years ago!).  Back then I was a skinny little high school kid who was unsure of himself and lacked confidence.  By training in Taekwon-Do, I learned to be confident, disciplined, and to never give up.  The tenants of Taekwon-Do (courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control, indomitable spirit) became more than words to me, they literally became part of my life.

I didn’t know it then, but ultimately these tenants helped me to enter my first career as a United States Air Force fighter pilot.  I needed perseverance to face the seemingly overwhelming odds of obtaining a pilot slot, completing Officer Training School, completing pilot training, and being selected to fly fighters.  The competition was fierce, but the indomitable spirit taught by Taekwon-Do kept me going.  Obviously, the courtesy and integrity I learned played a huge role in my position as an Officer and as a pilot.  Ultimately, all the tenants were with me when I flew in combat for over 100 total Desert Storm/Shield missions.  I never knew when I started Taekwon-Do that the very tenants that I learned would be needed in a literal life-or-death scenario such as combat.

I’ve had the pleasure after many years of not training to take up training again as an adult, and more importantly, as a parent.  I’ve watched my son start his own growth in Taekwon-Do, and am still amazed at how the art seems to be changing and shaping his character, all in a positive way.  Time will tell if he gains such life-altering “attitude adjustments” as I did from Taekwon-Do, but so far it seems he will.

It is hard to adequately express how much my life is different because of my Taekwon-Do experience, but I know the difference is monumental.  I actually place Taekwon-Do in the top 5 things that made me who I am today.  I will never regret joining Taekwon-Do back in 1978, and will always be thankful for what it has done to shape my life.

Ed Garneau
2nd gup red belt.

The instructors at Trinity

Not enough can be said, or is said, about the instructors at Trinity.  I have had the pleasure of knowing Master and Mrs. Neidig for a number of years, and have now known Mr. Avila for several years as well.  The dedication of the instructors is unsurpassed, as I know they all sacrifice an enormous amount of time teaching, training, and passing on their obvious love for the art to all of their students.  None of them do this for money, as simple mathematics proves there’s hardly any money in teaching and running a school.  They all do this for love of the art, and I would say their love of their students.  It’s not hard to see their passion for the art of Tae Kwon Do, and all students (but especially younger ones) learn to emulate what they see from these exceptional teachers.

Even though I started Taekwon-Do 30 years ago, I still remember how my first instructor, a Mr. Charles Sereff, IV Dan  (now Grand Master Sereff, IX Dan), became a cornerstone figure in my very young adult life.  I very much looked up to him and wanted to develop my character to be like his.  I suspect this same effect happens with many young students, and is happening with literally hundreds of students in regards to Master Bob Neidig, Mrs Pam Neidig, and Mr. Charles Avila.

We are very fortunate as students to have them as instructors, but even more fortunate as parents to have them as role models for our children."

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Mrs. Gayle Yeo
February 2008

"My oldest son joined Trinity Taekwon-Do back in 2001 when he was 9 years old and just diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome.  His neurologist suggested that a marital arts program could help him cope with the diagnosis, so we found Trinity and signed him up. We chose Trinity because it was affordable. We stayed with Trinity because of the instructors and the students.

In the beginning when my son's tics were at their worst, the instructors were always patient and understanding. They set a good example to the students so that mimicking and being made fun of were not encouraged. Even though it was still difficult to see my son struggle, especially because he needed to be still and to pay attention, I knew that he was safe here.

Since that time, my other two children joined the school.  I can honestly say that my children are who they are today in part because of what they learned at Trinity. I see that they have confidence in who they are and how they interact with others. The life lessons they learn here are carried over to their schools and their friendships.

Most significant of all is the sense of an extended family that we feel with everyone at this school. Master Neidig, Mrs. Neidig and Mr. Avila have always shown kindness and encouragement to my children. The students and their parents have also shown a comradarie that I'm sure is not present in other schools. There is competition of course, but there is also pride and teamwork here."


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