Types of Martial Arts

Tae Kwon Do

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Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art renown for its impressive speed & agility. We’re talking lightening fast, head-high, spinning kicks that happen before you can sputter a word. Both Bill Clinton & Barack Obama are Tae Kwon Do practitioners. In fact the Korean military adopted its use during the 1950’s & it forms a fundamental part of their training today.

 

Tae Kwon Do is highly scientific & based upon the Theory of Power - in order to generate power, speed is more important than size.

 

Components include: reaction force, concentration, equilibrium, breath control, mass & of course speed. During class students of all ages learn Patterns (similar to the kata in Karate), Sparring, Breaking (tiles, boards), self defense techniques as well as the fundamentals of kicks, blocks, punches, strikes, throwing, falling & holds. Tae Kwon Do is simply a brilliant workout for the body & mind & it delivers the added benefits of meditation, mental strength, family values & self-confidence.  It’s the most amazing learning activity for both young & old. Try a class today.

Tae Kwon Do isn’t just about impressive strikes, self-defense, physical coordination & mental discipline. It promotes moral development & strong values such as honesty, courtesy, loyalty & cooperation, which are essential to everyone’s overall health, personal growth & wellbeing.

 

Tae Kwon Do is a wonderful way to develop athletic abilities in children (Mum's & Dad's too) because it's adaptable to every age & skill level. Classes provide a safe, family-friendly, nurturing environment that truly bring out the positive that lives within us all.

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