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What to expect in a lesson.
A progressive warm-up to get the body safely ready for exercise.
Basic moves, performed up and down in lines (linework), designed to get the body accustomed to the techniques, and for them to eventually become automatic.
Learning set sequences, “patterns”, which are used to demonstrate skill for moving up the grades.
Releases from grabs and holds (self defence).
Practice of sport sparring punches and kicks as used in tournament sparring.
Fully Qualified Black Belt Instructors (minimum of 4 years training)
Hold First Aid Qualications
Hold Full PI Insurance
Hold an Enhanced DBS check
All the schools listed are members of the British Tae Kwon-Do Council. The BTC are the governing body for Tae Kwon-Do as recognised by Sport England