Instructors

Tim Greathouse

Tim Greathouse began martial art training in 1989 while attending Purdue University. He earned his black belt in Tae Kwon Do in 1993. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from the University of Illinois, he participated in and successfully completed his Instructor’s Certification program.

Mr. Greathouse founded the Core Star Center in Eugene, OR in 1999 as a Taekwondo academy. Since then, the Core Star Center has grown in its offerings and now includes other martial arts, yoga, and music and dance programs. Mr. Greathouse teaches both Adult and Children’s Taekwondo classes as well as Hatha Yoga and an Adaptive Movement and Yoga class for those with special needs. Mr. Greathouse currently holds a Seventh Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo as well as a Black Belt in Hapkido.

Sloane Cameron

Sloane Cameron began her Taekwondo training in 1996, at the age of nine. She received her black belt in 1999, and currently holds the rank of 4th degree black belt. After completing her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Oregon, she completed the Moo Do Instructor program. Master Cameron teaches two kids classes each week, including a mastery class for advanced students. She currently holds the world record for women’s concrete and board foot power breaking.