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Warriors Academy of Martial Arts


Welcome to Warriors Academy of Martial Arts, where discipline meets excellence, and every kick and punch tells a story of dedication and strength. Our commitment is not just to teach Taekwondo; it's about instilling life skills, fostering confidence, and building a community of Warriors. Whether you're a beginner embarking on your journey or a seasoned practitioner, our doors are open to you. Explore the various facets of our training programs, connect with our dedicated instructors, and immerse yourself in the rich traditions of Taekwondo. Your transformative journey in Taekwondo begins here – let's embark on this adventure together!

Master William Booth, V Dan

Owner / Master Instructor
Warriors Academy of Martial Arts



Established in September 2007 at the Barneveld Congregational United Church of Christ, Warriors Academy of Martial Arts originated in the basement under the guidance of Master Chuck Lovelace, mentored by Grand Master Guy Lee Fields. Within the initial six months, our academy experienced significant growth, expanding from five to thirty-five students and three programs. This rapid development prompted a relocation to a larger facility to better serve our students.


In 2018, Master William Booth assumed leadership, upholding our school's foundation rooted in traditional beliefs and values. We actively cultivate a positive and structured environment, expressing these principles in every aspect of our teachings. Now situated in downtown Mount Horeb at 132 East Main St., our new location accommodates additional programs such as, Brazilian Jujitsu, seminars, and personalized training, offering a comprehensive martial arts experience.

General Information


Our Concept:

Warriors Academy is dedicated to instructing Traditional Martial Arts and Self-Defense to individuals eager to learn.


What we teach:

At Warriors Academy, we specialize in instructing a comprehensive curriculum that includes Traditional Tae Kwon Do, Close Quarters Combative (Self-Defense), and Chanbara (Padded Weapons Sparring). This unique combination provides a well-rounded and easily comprehensible program, adaptable to individual needs.


Exciting news! We have recently integrated Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu into our curriculum. For more details, feel free to give us a call or visit our Programs page. Join us in the journey of Martial Arts excellence!

Who we teach:

Warriors Academy extends its doors to all dedicated students, irrespective of age or body type. Contrary to the misconception that Martial Arts is solely for the young and flexible, we believe in training individuals of all ages and physical abilities. Our commitment is to make your training experience comfortable and fulfilling. Whether you're five or eighty-five, we tailor individual plans for success.

For those with special needs, we welcome you. Our experienced team has a history of working with individuals with unique requirements, and we're ready to design a personalized program to meet your specific needs. Join us, and let's embark on your Martial Arts journey together.


Don't hesitate to reach out to Master William Booth for questions or to arrange an introductory lessons, offered on various days of the week. Master Booth can be contacted at (608) 437-9262 or through email at



Courtesy (Ye Ui). To be thoughtful and considerate of others. Taekwondo students (both students and instructors) should be polite, and show consideration for others.

Integrity (Yom Chi). Integrity describes how you should interact with others. To be honest and good, earn respect and trust.

Perseverance (In Nae). This basically stands for your internal drive. Challenges allow us to improve ourselves and should therefore not be avoided.

Self-Control (Guk Ki). To have control of your body and mind. A Taekwondo student should practice controlling his actions and reactions.

Indomitable Spirit (Baekjool Boolgool). To have courage in the face of adversity. A Taekwondo student should never be dominated by, or have his spirit broken by another.


I will observe the tenets of Tae Kwon Do.

I will respect all instructors and senior ranks.

I will NEVER misuse Tae Kwon Do.

I will be a champion of freedom and justice.

I will help to create a more peaceful world.


Always wear a clean Dobok.

Clean hands, feet, short nails.

Don't wear sharp things or jewelry.

If you do not have a Dobok, do not wear pants with zippers etc.

Don't drink, smoke or eat in the dojang.

No chewing gum!

Be on time.

When entering and leaving the dojang, make a proper bow.

Don't talk, unless it is necessary.

meet the staff



Master Guy Lee Fields - Grand Master Instructor


Grand Master Fields brings a distinctive approach to Martial Arts instruction. With decades of experience in Martial Arts training, Grand Master Fields offers valuable and welcomed insights to the Warriors Academy community.

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Master William (Bill) Booth

Owner and Master Instructor

V Dan

Master Booth, a Marine Corps Veteran, initiated his martial arts journey with Shorin Ryu Karate in 1999. In 2007, Master Lovelace invited him to teach Tae Kwon Do, leading to intensive training in World Tae Kwon Do Federation (WTF) forms and curriculum. He achieved his Tae Kwon Do black belt in April 2008 and his Shorin Ryu black belt in October 2008. Presently holding a 1st Dan in Shorin Ryu and a 5th Dan in Tae Kwon Do, Master Booth assumed leadership of the school in July 2018, succeeding Master Lovelace. He continues to passionately teach in downtown Mount Horeb, WI.

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Mr. Liam Patterson

Assistant Instructor

I Dan

Bio coming soon.


Ms. Nadia Moore

Head Instructor - Little Warriors


Ms. Nadia started her Tae Kwon Do journey at the age of 8. Over the course of her journey, she found she enjoys forms, sparing and working with weapons the most. ​Ms. Nadia earned her ChoDan in February 2019, I Dan Black Belt in August 2019, and II Dan Black Belt in August 2020.  She plans to test for her III Dan Black Belt in March 2023. Ms. Nadia has been the Head Instructor for the Little Warriors program since 2019, when it was reinstated.  She enjoys working with her students and watching them learn and grow.

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Mr. Henry Curtis

Assistant Instructor

I Dan

Bio coming soon.


Ms. Janemarie Kloess

Assistant Instructor

I Dan

Ms. Kloess has been on her Tae Kwon Do journey for 5 years and is currently a Black Belt Candidate. She is the youngest in her family and is grateful to have the opportunity to work with younger children in the Little Warriors program. Her favorite things in Tae Kwon Do are working with Escrima Sticks and playing Freeze Tag.


Master William Michael (Mike) Moyle - Master Instructor

VI Dan

Master Moyle embarked on his Tae Kwon Do journey in 1979, achieving his ChoDon Bo Black Belt in 1983. Since 1989, he has trained under the guidance of Grand Master Fields, attaining a 6th Degree Black Belt. In addition to Tae Kwon Do, Master Moyle practices Kuntow Kung Fu and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Beyond Martial Arts, he is an enthusiastic runner and cherishes family time with his wife and three children.

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Mr. Chad Moore

Senior Instructor


Mr. Chad embarked on his Tae Kwon Do journey with the International Tae Kwon Do Federation (ITF) under Master Mayo at the YMCA in Janesville, earning his Blue Belt at the age of 24. After a 13-year hiatus due to family and work priorities, he resumed his Tae Kwon Do training with Warriors Academy in 2013, obtaining his Black Belt in 2015 under Master Lovelace. In 2019, when Master Booth acquired the Dojo, Mr. Chad was promoted to Head Instructor. While he cherishes every aspect of Tae Kwon Do, teaching holds a special place as his highest honor. Additionally, Mr. Chad earned his Blue Belt in Jiu-Jitsu in January 2024. Mr. Chad, a family man with three children, proudly sees two of them, Ms. Angel and Ms. Nadia, holding Black belts. His wife, Colleen, achieved her Brown with a Black strip belt in 2023.

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Mr. Eric Patterson

Senior Instructor


Eric Patterson joined Warriors Academy in his early forties hoping to resume the martial arts journey that he had begun more than 30 years earlier.  With children of his own and a passion for helping others, he is truly grateful for the opportunity to help the children of our community to grow their self-confidence and discipline.  In the years since joining Warriors Academy, Eric has found not only a meaningful way to help others, but has found a great way to stay motivated and in-shape.

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Mr. Martand Delwichie

Assistant Instructor

Black Belt

Bio coming soon.


Ms. Neela Patterson

Assistant Instructor

I Dan

Ms. Neela started Tae Kwon Do in 2017 at the age of 8. She has come to enjoy attending tournaments for sparring and forms, but loves self-defense and sparring the most. Ms. Neela often helps out during the Juniors and Little Warriors classes and is currently working toward her Black belt test in March 2023.



608-437-WAMA (9262)  |

132 East Main Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572

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