What you can learn
The way of the hands and feet, Taekwondo developed in Korea over 20 centuries and has become a major international martial art. Details
Uses circular motion to meet an attack, turn it back against the aggressor and follow through with offensive methods. Details
A modern Korean form of swordsmanship based on ancient traditional sword techniques. Details
Focuses on breath awareness, physical and mental training to develop your spirit, mind and body. Details
About our martial arts
The arts of Taekwondo, Kumdo and Hapkido all rely on the belief that the mind, body and spirit are very much integrated. By conditioning the body with a superior art of self-defence, it allows the individual to experience a feeling of increased physical control over their body which directly translates to a feeling of increased mental control.
Information and schedule
Our under-12 kids classes focus on taekwondo and are held during public school terms at Capalaba State College.
Wednesday: 5:30pm to 6:15pm
Adults and kids 12 years or older can choose to focus on taekwondo, hapkido or kumdo. Classes are held during public school terms at Capalaba State College.
Wednesday: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Our ki gong classes are focused on slowly moving physical exercise incorporated with breathing, and are held during public school terms at Capalaba State College.
Wednesday: 8:00pm to 9:00pm
Due to the curent pandemic, we have put in place COVID-safe measures to ensure the safety and well-being of all our members. Please note the following before coming to training:
- Everyone present will have their temperature taken before entering the hall. If you have a fever or are feeling unwell, stay home.
- We need to keep a log of anyone present. This is to assist with contact tracing in case required by health authorities.
- You will need to come to class already dressed in your uniform. No changing of clothes will be allowed at the school before and after training.
- You will need to use hand sanitizer before and during class.
- Social distancing will be required during class, including for anyone watching on the sidelines.