“Live”, Videos, and Tuition

Continuing to Train/Film

I hope the videos that I have made have been useful for everyone.  Finding a spot at my house to do “Live” classes does not seem plausible at this time.  However, I have an idea that might work, but I don’t want to make any promises right now.  So for now, I will continue to film instructional videos that you or your kids can use to help with practice.

If you have any requests or suggestions for videos, please send them my and I will see what I can do!

Going “Live” and Private Online Lessons

While going “Live” for classes in a way that I can interact with a group of students isn’t possible just yet.  I can go live on Facebook and or YouTube to check in with students and see how you are all doing. I thought some terminology/knowledge classes could be done that way as well. 

Private lessons can also be done online as well!  We just need to schedule a time, decide what program to use and have the lesson.  I can check forms, self-defense, and all your basic techniques! Parents and or siblings might have to help a little.  🙂 So if you are interested in that, please send me a message/email/text/call.

I plan on going “Live” today on YouTube (as some of our families/students do not use Facebook) just to say Hi and see how everyone is.  I am planning that for 5:00 pm today! I hope to see some of you there and sorry for the short notice.  For those who don’t know, I won’t actually see you in a “Live” video, but I can set it up so you can chat with me.  I may do both Facebook and Youtube actually… I guess we’ll see.

I have had a couple of you offer suggestions as to a way that we could get together to train in person while keeping a safe distance from one another.  While the idea is intriguing to me, I don’t think it is a good idea at this time. We need to make sure that this virus is on its way out and even then, a bit of distancing will be important or the virus will just come back.  So for now, it is better to be safe than sorry.

When things calm down a bit and some of the restrictions are lifted, I’m sure the field at the Parks & Rec is more than large enough for us to use and be safe.  Until then, let’s all focus on taking care of ourselves and being safe.


I have three tuition checks from students at the Parks & Rec that I did not deposit yet.  I will try to contact you all soon. For Parks & Rec. students who paid for a full month of classes and only got half, we can do a half payment for tuition when we return to classes.  YMCA students, I am not sure how the YMCA will handle your payment, but I know they are working on it and have a plan.

Many of you have requested a way to pay for tuition and to that I can only say, Thank You.  At first, I didn’t want to accept any payments until we get back to “in-person” classes, but with things, the way they are.  I must humbly accept.

If you can and wish to continue tuition payments, please use our New PayPal account: BulsajoTKD@gmail.com