We have classes available for children (6-12), teens (13-17) and adults (18+).
Progressing through the syllabus is by a hierarchal coloured belt system. There are six belt colours, ranking from the lowest , white then through yellow, green, blue, red to the coveted black belt.
The Black Belt curriculum is based on training a minimum of 2 nights a week and covers all aspects of TKD, fundamental movements, patterns, sparring, power and Taekwon-do philosophy, and should expect to be achieved in 3-4 years.
Each student receives their own specific training plan which maps out what is required to progress to the next stage of the programme.Our goal is to ensure that all students reach their goal of Black Belt.
Taekwon-Do Grading Promotions
Gradings or Promotion Exams in Taekwon-Do are conducted so that the students can distinguish senior from junior grade, black belt from Instructor. Gradings are reward for hard work, both mentally and physically, that the student has demonstrated over the weeks and months.
Taekwon-Do is a martial art for all ages and sexes and therefore it would be unfair to adopt one grading standard for all therefore our grading system is designed to reflect the abilities and limitations of each individual.