Welcome to Lisburn Taekwondo
Taekwondo: The Art Of Hand And Foot,
The Full Contact Olympic Sport
Motivate Yourself And Improve
|Stamina||Endurance||Flexibility||Mind||Self Defence||Speed & Strength|
Taekwondo Scotland Poomsae Championships
Saturday 3 September 2016 - Meadowbank Stadium, Edinburgh
UTA NI Poomsae training session
Sunday 11 September 11am-2pm - Queens University Taekwondo Club, PEC
Irish International Open 2016
Saturday 17 (Kyorugi) & Sunday 18 (Poomsae) September - The Arena, Tallaght, Dublin
Grand Master Ik Pil Kang Seminars
Saturday 8 & Sunday 9 October - Tallaght Leisure Centre, Dublin
UTA Poom/Dan Grading
Saturday 15 October 2016 - Scotland
UTA Masters Seminar - Poomsae & Kyorugi Training
Sunday 16 October 2016 - Scotland
Sport NI Coaching NominationCongratulations to Master Peter Stewart who has been nominated in the Sport Northern ireland Coashing Awards 2016.
Watch the video (Featuring Peter Stewart at 2:52)
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What's this all about?!Here you can find out all about Taekwondo - a point of reference, information, photos, interaction and more!
We aim to promote taekwondo, encourage everyone from all walks of life, all ages, either gender and of all shapes and sizes to come along and find out what this sport is all about.
As our ethos states, we aim to build your strength - physically and mentally - so that you can improve your body, how you feel and improve your confidence in yourself - your overall spirit of well-being.
Think that we are talking nonsense? Then come down and chat to our members - feel free to find out what they get out of Taekwondo, how it helps them and gives them focus to mtoivate and drive them in their everyday lives. They would be happy to share and demonstrate!
How do I know if Taekwondo is for me?If you have an interest in martial arts, then come and chat to us! Watch some videos online (see our links section) and if it looks like your bag, then come along. Try it out!
The truth is you don't know...until you try! We think there's a bit of taekwondo (or tkd) in all of us!
- Compete at local, national and international levels
- Change your lifestyle - get fit and healthy
- Improve concentration, mental awareness - give your brain 'something to do'
- Have you watched TKD on Eurosport, or in the Olympics and thought..."I wanna do that"?;
- Become more flexible; improve balance, posture and general well-being