Master Amanda Rosbarsky

Amanda is a wife and mother of two children. As a Sports Taekwondo athlete and advocate, she spent many months petitioning for Taekwondo to be accepted as a Varsity Lettering Sport for the public High Schools in Missoula County. Now, any Taekwondo student in Missoula County Public Schools can be recognized as an outstanding student athlete.
She has also created the "Worth The Fight" campaign for educating and training women in self-defense.
Master Amanda also instructs, coaches and is a Level 2 Poomsae Referee for the USAT. She is studying Physical Therapy at the University of Montana

Master Amanda Rosbarsky winning Gold at the
2016 Canada Open

4th Dan Kukkiwon


2016 Nationals (Bronze)

2016 Pan Am Championships (Bronze)

2016 Canada Open (Gold)

2016 US Open (Bronze)

2015 Nationals (Bronze)
2014 Mexican Open (Gold)
2014 Pan Am Open Individual (Silver), Team (Gold)
2014 Pan Am Championships (Bronze)
2014 Team Trials (Bronze) 2nd Senior
2014 US Open (5th) 2nd Senior
2013 Team Trials 7th
2013 US Open 8th 2nd Senior
2012 Team Trials (7th)
2012 US Open (7th) 2nd Seniors
2011, April 1 Started Sport Poomsae
2001 - Missoula Taekwondo Center Opened
2001 - Started Taekwondo


With my demanding work schedule as well as caring for my two young children, MTC was able to offer classes at a time that I could fit into my week.
I was so fortunate that I found myself in Amanda’s weekday classes. Amanda is an amazingly patient instructor who is very talented in being able to explain and illustrate every detail of every move in taekwondo. She is the perfect instructor for adults because she is able to teach in an atmosphere that is calming, motivating, and unintimidating to adults who may have some physical limitations as well as anxiety about performance at an older age amongst individuals much younger than half their age. Her enthusiasm and love of the sport shows in her dedicated teaching of her students to appreciate their own potential and the enrichment of their life through taekwondo.
She has played an integral role in my martial arts life, and has become a truly special and dear friend in the process.

Dr. Elizabeth L. Suh, MD

1st Dan Black Belt MTC