Thames Valley Taekwon-Do



December training days

So, the last week of training this year has arrived! 😁 Schedule as follows: MONDAY 16 Dec 🥋 4-9pm @Rivermead Leisure Complex 🥋 7-9pm @Henley Leisure Centre TUESDAY 17 Dec 🥋 5-9pm @Rivermead Leisure Complex WEDNESDAY 18 Dec 🥋 5-9pm @St.Crispins Leisure Centre 🥋 7.30-9pm @Henley

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Autumn Half Term 2019 Training Timetable

MONDAY 28 October RIVERMEAD LEISURE COMPLEX, Reading RG1 8EQ 4-5pm Mini Kickers U8yrs Beginner/White Belt students start 4pm during holiday period finishing 5pm Yellow Belt/Novice students may continue until 5.30pm 5-7pm Children U13yrs Open session for all grades with White/Yellow Belt students

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Thames Valley Taekwon-Do club leads the way with new Safeguarding Code

Local Thames Valley club, Thames Valley Taekwon-Do School, is leading the charge in sports safeguarding, having successfully attained the Safeguarding Code in Martial Arts “mark”. Achieving the Safeguarding Code, demonstrates Thames Valley Taekwon-Do School’s, commitment to upholding its

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Summer 2019 Timetable

Please click here to see our Summer 2019 timetable. Check here for regular updates on Facebook     [...]Read

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In the A – Z of Taekwon-Do, B is for Balance

EQUILIBRIUM (Kyun Hyung) is also for BALANCE Balance is of utmost importance in any type of athletics. In Taekwon-Do, it deserves special consideration. When in a sparring situation, by keeping the body well balanced, a kick or a punch will be more effective and precise. Conversely, the unbalanced

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In the A – Z of Taekwon-Do, A is for Awareness and Anti Bullying

#Antibullyingweek Did you know? Between 12-16 November it’s Antibullying Week? The theme this year is RESPECT and we know all about that as one of the tenets of Taekwon-Do under COURTESY ( ye ui). “It is proper that all people have good manners, are polite, resepectful and courteous to

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