Banstead TaeKwon-Do Classes

TINY TKD

4 - 7 YEAR OLDS

CLASSES ON HOLD

NEW REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED

JUNIOR TKD

7 - 12 YEAR OLDS

Mondays and Wednesdays
6 - 6:50pm
Barrow Hedges

SENIOR TKD

TEENS & ADULTS

Mondays and Wednesdays

7 - 8pm

Barrow Hedges

BLACKBELT PLAN

BREAKTHROUGH 

TO 

BLACKBELT

BUT

HIGH COMMITMENT NEEDED

Tiny TKD

STRUCTURED PHYSICAL CLASS BASED ON MARTIAL ARTS EXERCISES

Ages 4 - 7
Concentrating on gross motor skill development

for athletic movement and co-ordination.

Strong emphasis on group activity and learning core basics of Martial Arts, both Physical and Mental.

CURRENTLY THE TINY TKD CLASSES ON ARE HOLD

THESE CLASSES HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED

SINCE 2009 AND PROVED EXTREMELY POPULAR

WE ARE WORKING HARD TO IMPROVE ON AN ALREADY SUCCESSFUL STRUCTURED SYSTEM

PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE INVOLVED WHEN THE CLASSES KICK OFF LATER IN 2021

 

JuniorTKD

INTRODUCTION TO REAL MARTIAL ARTS, COMPETITION AND SELF DEFENCE

Ages 7 - 12

Emphasis on co-ordination, physical exercises

and martial art movements
helping to supercharge the learning process.

 

Introduction to competition, useful self defence
and healthy lifestyle.

CLASS TIMES

 

MONDAYS

6 - 6:50pm @ BARROW HEDGES PRIMARY SCHOOL

ESTABLISHED CLASS, NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

WEDNESDAYS

6 - 6:50pm @ BARROW HEDGES PRIMARY SCHOOL

ESTABLISHED CLASS, NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

 

Senior TKD

FULL ITF TAEKWON-DO SYLLABUS AND ELEMENTS OF SILAT AND SELF DEFENCE

Ages 13 - Adult

More sophisticated movement patterns 

physical fitness development

an emphasis on power, fluid motion & movement mastery

 

If you’re looking for an activity to get you in shape

& learn important skills then give us a try,
we’re better than your gym!

CLASS TIMES

 

MONDAYS

7 - 8pm @ BARROW HEDGES PRIMARY SCHOOL

ESTABLISHED CLASS, NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

WEDNESDAYS

7 - 8pm @ BARROW HEDGES PRIMARY SCHOOL

ESTABLISHED CLASS, NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

 
 

BLACKBELT

PLAN

Becoming a BLACKBELT takes a great deal of commitment, much more than ‘just turning up to class’, therefore students who wish to work towards their blackbelt are encouraged to take responsibility for their own training. 

  1. Attend twice a week

  2. One included private session a month

  3. Take responsibility for their own training

  4. Work on all aspects in their own time

  5. Video themselves weekly and submit videos to the blackbelts for critique (and then work on the changes)

  6. Make themselves available for competitions and seminars