No, beginners are welcome in baston stick fighting classes. Instructors typically teach basic techniques and gradually build up to more advanced techniques as students progress through the 15 level syllabus.
No, Baston stick fighting is practised in many countries all around the world, including the United States, Canada, Australia, and Europe. It is commonly regarded as the best stick fighting method on the planet.
Baston stick fighting is a traditionally Filipino martial art that involves using a single (solo) or pair (dublo) of rattan sticks for self-defence and combat. The sticks are used to strike and block attacks from an opponent. It’s great for brain connectivity and helps improve students study habits and focus [Read More]
Sadly, no. However there are other Melbourne Taekwondo Centres that are wheelchair accessible. There are individually designed programs that we might be able to offer at a different venue.
Yes, no problem at all. Many people can only attend one class and train at home. It will take you longer to develop the skills techniques and knowledge required of a black belt. Remember, a black belt is just a white belt who didn’t give up.