Welcome to Tayside Taekwon-Do
Tayside Taekwon-Do martial arts clubs have been established since 1998, regular classes are held each week in Balbeggie, Dundee, Leuchars, Perth and St Andrews. Instructors are fully qualified, insured and have been through full police disclosure.
Tayside Taekwon-Do is part of the United Kingdom Taekwon-Do Council (UKTC) and the World International Taekwon-Do Federation Council (WITFC).
Anyone of any fitness level is welcome to come down to one of our clubs for a free taster session.
Our instructors are fully qualified, insured and first aid trained.
Sunday 6th March
Grey Lodge Settlement , South George Street, Dundee
LEUCHARS students who missed the last grading should email firstname.lastname@example.org with their names for details
Drop off and pick up outside.
Little Tigers ,one parent only must wear mask
No adults spectators allowed inside hall all other classes
Must wear mask entering and leaving hall.
Hand sanitiser to be used before and after class.
No outdoor shoes allowed in hall must change into clean indoor shoes.
Must book as we have limited spaces!!!!
For students who would like to reinstate their membership, please email email@example.com
Numbers are limited to a maximum of 15 adults per class and 30 children per class.
Classes can be booked by email firstname.lastname@example.org or messaging our Facebook page Tayside Taekwondo & Little Tiger Cubs
Wishing all our students , parents , guardians & families a very Merry Christmas
Taekwon-Do is a National Sport in Korea and is taught in many Universities and Schools. On 22nd March 1966, the International Taekwon-Do Federation was formed with General Choi Hong Hi as President, having associations in Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, West Germany, United States of America, Turkey, Italy, United Arab Republic and Korea.
Taekwon-Do is an art of unarmed combat. Translated literally, Tae means foot, Kwon means fist and Do means art. Taken collectively, Taekwon-Do means the skilful application of foot and hand techniques in defending oneself.
To the serious student of Taekwon-Do it represents not merely the skilful use of foot and hand but a way of thinking and life, particularly in installing a spirit of self imposed discipline and developing self confidence. In these days, where violence and intimidation are everyday occurences, Taekwon-Do enables the weak to possess a fine weapon to defend themselves.
Through training, a student develops self confidence, self discipline, physical fitness, co-ordination and self defence. Taekwon-Do is taught as an art of self defence, for use to defend justice and the weak. It is not only for the strong but for all persons wishing to be taught the art, young or old, male or female, big or small.
Taekwon-Do was officially recognised as a Martial Art on 11th April 1955, It's founder member being General Choi Hong Hi (Black Belt 9th Dan and Grand Master of Taekwon-Do). He was a major-general in the Korean Army and was responsible for the spreading of Taekwon-Do to the Korean forces. Sadly, General Choi passed away in 2002.