No, beginners are welcome in Taekwondo and all our general classes. Instructors teach basic techniques and gradually build up to more advanced techniques as students progress.
That depends on your personal fitness routine. DOMS (delayed onset muscl soreness) refers to muscle soreness that often develops after engaging in new or high intensity exercise. Although DOMS can be uncomfortable, it is a natural response to exercise and is not usually a cause for concern. Go slow don’t [Read More]
For our musketeers classes (ages 4-7), parents/guardians are advised not to be in the class as this can distract your child from independent thinking and lose focus easily. Parents may watch them from our viewing area. On the other hand, if you'd like to participate in Taekwondo with your child [Read More]
We have age ranges for different classes, such as Musketeers (4-7 years), Juniors (8-12) and Seniors (13+). This guideline in rare circumstances may change. As We do take into account each individual example maturity, prior martial arts experience, and self-motivation is part of the evaluation. Please note: the above is a [Read More]
Firstly we recommend bringing your child down for a FREE two-week trial. Generally, by the end of two weeks, you'll know if your child is still keen to learn Taekwondo. When you know they can't wait to get back to classes, talk with our helpful reception to determine the best class (or classes), [Read More]