The uncertainty and restrictions of last year has put a huge strain on us all. It has has an extreme impact on all of us, child or adult. We have seen our fitness levels drop, our mental health impacted and our motivation levels plummet.
So what better time to recover your energy and start a new activity? Martial arts training can:
Book your trial session now to start your post-lockdown recovery!
Learn Taekwon-do, the powerful and spectacular martial art famed for it's incredible techniques and explosive speed.
If you're looking for a way to develop your speed, fitness, and flexibility this is the martial art for you.
I have been training for nearly 2 years and I have enjoyed every class! The variety is great as well as the support that you get from other class members. I highly recommend it!
In an age where marketing appears to be more important than the product it can be hard to find a quality martial arts school.
This is why we offer completely free, no obligation trial classes to everyone who is interested. How many classes? As many as you need to make a decision to join us. We are convinced that you will like what we offer, and most people tend to decide after one or two trials. However, if it takes you a little longer, that's absolutely fine with us too.
Great classes and teachers, my 7 year old loves it and started going to increase his confidence which has now sky rocketed, good value, great for the kids
We are open and honest about our fees and prices.
We don't charge any registration or membership fees, and in addition we offer a half price starters pack containing all the kit and equipment you need to get started as a means of saying "Welcome to our school, and thank you for training with us".
Our starter pack includes:
When looking for a martial arts school for yourself or your children you should be looking for the best value for money. The cost of the training is important but should be secondary to quality and safety.
Ask every school you contact to provide satisfactory answers to the following questions before making a choice: