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WHAT WE PRACTICE AND TEACH

Taekwondo 

Taekwondo is one if the most systematic and scientific korean traditional arts, that teachers more than just physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training out body and mind. The word ‘Tae’ ‘Kwon’ ‘Do’ means

  • ‘Tae’      means ‘Foot, Leg’ or ‘To step on’
  • ‘Kwon’  means ‘Fist’ or ‘Fight’
  • ‘Do’       means ‘Way’ or ‘Discipline’

Haidong Gumdo

Haidong Gumdo is a sword art that offers a solution to these stresses through learning physical training, etiquette, self-control, meditation and internal breathing exercises. Gumdo practitioners learn to improve their physical and mental health. 

Training in Haidong Gumdo will help in:

  • Increasing your concentration
  • Self-defence
  • Improve muscle strength, endurance, reaction and balance
  • Overcome stress by bringing body and mind together
  • Condition your body to perform challenges

Sparring

Taekwondo Sparring is also known as Kyeorugi, it is an essential staple in any Taekwondo class and a popular event in competitions. Sparring is an important form of martial arts to learn for adults and kids because it gives experience in two critical areas: timing and distance.

MEET OUR TRAINERS

Grand Master Jung II Oh

Master Oh has been awarded the prestigious title of Excellent Master Awarded at both the 2004 and 2008 World Haidong Gumdo Championships, and in 2010 The Australian Haidong Gumdo association was awarded the best in the world. Now holding the rank of 7th Dan and international Instructors accreditations in both styles, he is considered to be an outstanding master and practitioner by his peers and students alike. His ardent wish is to make Haidong Gumdo the pre-eminent martial art in Australia, and with his passion and commitment is well on his way to success!