Why choose Taekwondo for your child?

Compared to other martial arts Taekwondo is the safest for your child as well as the best for developing your child’s physical literacy.
Physical literacy relates to holistic lifelong learning through movement and physical activity. To help your child develop their physical literacy, Taekwondo develops the four domains of development outlined below.
Physical – learning to run, kick, dodge, block, punch, climb, crawl and do patterns as well as making ‘play’ and ‘fun’ a priority.
Psychological – giving your child confidence and focus in their daily life and nurturing their motivation to be active in something they enjoy.
Social – providing a club with a positive social culture, opportunities to make new friends and activities that help your child be part of a team.
Cognitive – developing your child’s reflexes, perceptions and problem solving abilities in the context of being active.
Benefits of Taekwondo
Other Martial Arts
Hand eye coordination
Pressure Points
Joint Locking
Animal Style Techniques
Breathing and Meditation

Why choose an Australian Taekwondo Accredited Club?

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Joining an Australian Taekwondo Club ensures your child (and you if you wish to volunteer) is covered by the most comprehensive available.

The cover includes:
Personal accident insurance 365 days per year while training and competing in Australia.
All members and appointed volunteers can access Products and Public liability insurance of $20,000,000
Instructors and appointed volunteers can access Professional Indemnity insurance of $5,000,000.
Access to discounted insurance packages for contents for all members
Joining an Australian Taekwondo Clubs also provides access to:
Development and coaching courses
Discounted club merchandise
All Australian Taekwondo, Oceania Taekwondo and World Taekwondo competitions
Able bodied and para high performance pathways
We acknowledge that our office is spread across many traditional lands, and we pay respect to all traditional owners of these lands and elders past and present.