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.
The simple answer is yes. By creating a platform (belt or stripe) and expanding on it, we can get to a higher level. This helps people of all ages not be afraid of change or challenges that occur in life, which also helps all of us grow. Small achievable goals help [Read More]
A grading is the time where students are able to develop & strengthen their self esteem, self worth and confidence by challenging themselves in front of a group of their peers. This is the time where they are able to showcase their skills and knowledge that they have been developing [Read More]
No! Not at all. There are many people who put a hurdle or obstacle in front of their wants and needs, that slows them down and in most cases stops them from progressing. Remember every journey starts with a single step.