Here are some of the frequently asked questions we get from people when they decide to take up martial arts, to view the answer to a question, click on the dark grey ‘+’ button to the right of the question:

Q. What can I expect if I turn up for a free no obligation free lesson?

A. You will receive a very warm and friendly welcome.

Q. Do I have to make a commitment to continue training at the first free lesson?

A. No, if you decide to come back and become a White Tiger member that is up to you.

Q. What if I am not fit?

A. We would not expect you to be fit at the start but we can help you with that.

Q. I have never done anything like this before what can I expect?

A. Every Black Belt was a White Belt once we will develop you at a pace that’s suits you as an individual. To help you realise your true potential.

Q. At what age can children start?

A. 6 years old

Q. What can my child expect from attending lessons?

A. Children are taught how to defend themselves, how set goals to achieve and develop an attitude of self worth.

Q. What can I expect from my child attending lessons?

A. Tae kwon Do training will give your child a head start in life. It will also give you will little more time to yourself and when you collect your child at the end of the lesson he or she should be tired but happy. Which should mean he or she will sleep well that night.

Q. Am I too old to start?

A. We will tailor your training to suit your needs and ability. Regardless of age everyone should know how to defend themselves. Mature students that become Black belts often turn out to be very good Instructors & Tournament officials, age is not a barrier it can be an asset.

Q. What do you offer?

A. We offer the following opportunities:

  • To simply learn the well respected self defence art of Tae Kwon Do.
  • To train from beginner through to Black Belt.
  • For those who become Black Belts to be trained to be a Tae Kwon Do Instructor/ Tournament Official.
  • For those who wish to compete in Tournaments we provide Tournaments in all forms of the art.