Through much perseverance, he started a school in Paraguay called the Central Family Protection Program in 1993. He started the Canadian Family Taekwondo Programs in Toronto in 2001, he registered the schools in both South America and Canada as the Canadian Family Taekwondo Programs.
In 1993, Alejandro started to create his own system with his own instructional group. He created his own style because he wanted the Martial Arts Philosophy to relate back to its origins in all aspects again. He wanted the Taekwondo taught in his schools to support spirituality, physical fitness and community so that those who would study Taekwondo with him would soon realize that they are part of a very large family.
His association has grown to 16 schools in South America.In 2005 he opened his second school in Canada and now he has 2 main locations and teaching in private, public and community schools. In 2014 he became a member of Onatrio Taekwondo Association (WTF) to give more opportunity to his students to participate in the Olympic games. Alejandro looking forward to open more schools and that the CFTP will continue to grow.
Master Reneta Pereira is an Owner at Canadian Family Taekwondo programs. Having begun her training in Taekwondo in 2005 in Toronto, Master Periera is a 5th Dan Black Belt.
Reneta attended a sports high school in Plovdiv, Bulgaria where she specialized in swimming and gymnastics, and won many international awards. She subsequently enrolled in a medical university where she studied rehabilitation therapy, physiotherapy, message therapy and kinesiology. She also competed in the modern fifetlon (long gun shooting, running, swimming, rowing, and sailing). Since 1992, she has worked in rehabilitative therapy at many clinics and hospitals and continues her training and education in that field. She is the owner of CFTP Natural and Integrative Medicine Centre. Currently achieved Master degree in natural and integrative medicine at Quantum University and working toward her Doctor Degree.
She is the head instructor in the 3–6 year old children’s program call “Li’l Lions” at CFTP, Reneta is also the administrator of the school.
Reneta speaks Bulgarian, Russian, Hebrew and English