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Reviews of Harvey's Karate Tae Kwon-DO

This page shows Reviews & Testimonials of Harvey's Karate Tae Kwon-DO in Amarillo, TX. 4 Reviewer rated Harvey's Karate Tae Kwon-DO as Good. Read detailed reviews below.

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Average Rating: Good (4 Reviews)

Quality of Instruction:
Good
Other aspects:
Good

2 out of 4 Reviewer recommended Harvey's Karate Tae Kwon-DO.

(1 of 1 People found this review helpful)

Best place to be of you want to be in karate

Oct 16 2018 by J banda (Active Student with 1 - 3 Years Experience at this school)

Quality of Instruction:
Excellent
Other aspects:
Very Good
Recommended:
Yes

Sure me Harvey yells at you be or for teaching matter If he does not yell at you ,you will not learn how to do the move.


(0 of 1 People found this review helpful)

Great Leader For All Ages

Dec 02 2014 by ASorensen (Familiar with the School , No Personal Experience at this school)

Quality of Instruction:
Excellent
Other aspects:
Excellent
Recommended:
Yes

Mr Harvey is patient, knowledgeable and able to help all ages. He teaches self-control, self restraint and security. He is great with all ages and I recommend him to anyone.


(0 of 1 People found this review helpful)

Abusive and inappropriate

Jul 24 2014 by anynon (Parent of a Student with 1 - 3 Years Experience at this school)

Quality of Instruction:
Poor
Other aspects:
Poor
Recommended:
No!

The head instructor is verbally abusive with the kids. He borders on physically abusive with them at times. Makes very suggestive and inappropriate comments to other adults during classes that have children in them, not to mention making inappropriate comments to the children themselves. Martial Arts is a contact sport yes, but that doesn't give the instructor the right to leave a kid winded when NOT sparring (heck even sparring a Black Belt should have better control than to leave a new student winded)


(1 of 1 People found this review helpful)

Innappropriate

Jul 26 2011 by Kat (Former Student with 1 - 3 Years Experience at this school)

Quality of Instruction:
Average
Other aspects:
Poor
Recommended:
No!

Unprofessional - I know of 2 separate occasions when (private) information was taken and used by "instructors" in a way that was VERY INAPPROPRIATE.

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