Jason Mouna – Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada


5th Degree W.T.F Black Belt,
Director & Head Instructor

Jason Mouna

Jason Mouna

2011-current O.T.A Central Region Director / Discipline / Sanction & Tournament Committee
2010-2011 O.T.A Central Region Director / Secretary General
2008-2010 O.T.A Central Region Director / Tournament Chair
2008 Ontario Senior National Team Manager, Montreal, QC
2007 O.T.A Central Region Director / Tournament Vice-Chair
2007 Ontario Junior National Team Manager, Saint John, NB
2006 National Champion, Sr. Team Selection, Mississauga, ON
2006 Team Canada Captain – 1st World Poomsae Championship, Korea
N.C.C.P Level 3
O.T.A Certified Referee Class 1

Master Jason Mouna is a dedicated individual, who believes strongly in the value of hard work, perseverance, respect, integrity, and family. He has a unique ability to work closely with parents and students, while taking great care in helping to ensure his students are challenged with the opportunity to be their best. Firm and fair, he expects sincere effort from all his students and he works hard to provide a safe, friendly and fun environment to help students achieve those goals. Master Jason Mouna began his training in Taekwondo in 1984 in Nairobi, Kenya. After 7 years, he immigrated to Canada, married his high school sweetheart. He and his wife are raising 3 sensational kids. He worked as a Financial Analyst and accountant with Motorola, IBM, Autodesk and Sun Microsystems for ten years before following his passion and opening UTA in 2002.

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Source: Uxbridge Taekwondo Academy

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