|Blue Mountain Taekwon-Do & Fitness
Head Instructor: Mr. Mason McCauley III Degree Black Belt
Affiliations: ITF, USITF
About the Dojang:
Monday & Wednesday
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday
5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
At Blue Mountain Taekwon-Do, you will achieve health and fitness while
learning Patterns, Fundamentals, Continuous Sparring, Ho Sin Sul (Self-
defense), and Breaking. Our goal is to promote confidence, respect, and
honesty in each of our students, and above all, to achieve this in a safe
and fun environment.
Mr. Mason McCauley III Degree Black Belt is the Lead Instructor for Blue Mountain Taekwon-Do and
Fitness. He is also an International Certified Instructor with the ITF, a Class B instructor and Class B
Mr. McCauley began his martial arts career studying Butokukon Karate in 1993 under Mr. Steve
Sultemeier, III Degree Black Belt. Mr. Sultemeier moved from the area in 1994, and Mr. McCauley
began studying ITF Taekwon-Do at Walla Walla International Taekwon-Do. Through the years, he has
studied under Mrs. Barb Neylon IV Degree Black Belt and Mr. Jason Taylor IV Degree Black Belt. At
the present time, Mr. McCauley is under Master Robert Wheatley, VIII Degree Black Belt, and
President of the United States International Taekwon-Do Federation.
Mr. McCauley has had the privilege to train with many of the world’s highest-ranking instructors,
including the Founder of Taekwon-Do, the late General Choi Hong Hi. He has also studied with
Grand Master Choi Jung Hwa, IX Degree Black Belt, the son of the late General Choi Hong Hi and
President of the ITF, Grand Master Hwang, IX Degree Black Belt and Grand Master Sereff IX Degree
Mr. McCauley has an extensive and impressive tournament record. He is a 2004 World Champion, 2-
time Jr. World Team Competitor, International Gold and Silver Medalist, 4-time National Champion, 8-
time Grand Champion and winner of over 100 trophies and medals. He has attended numerous
seminars, tournaments, world camps, and demonstrations through out the world.
Dedicated to his love of the martial arts he trains 5-6 days a week. In addition to practicing patterns,
kicking and sparring drills, he focuses on flexibility, plyometrics, weight training, running stairs, and
nutrition for physical and mental conditioning.
Mr. McCauley is proud to be part of the “Taekwon-Do way of life.” He says, “Taekwon-Do builds
mental and physical confidence and self-control. I just want to share the benefits of what I have
learned with every one who walks through my door.”