Classes & FAQs
People of all ages from all walks of life are attracted to our classes. Come and see us, meet the people and take up our offer of free introductory lessons. Please phone us or send us an email to book your 2 FREE introductory lessons.
St. Peter’s School, Little Green Lane, Farnham, GU9 8TF
Mondays & Thursdays:
Children, 5 to 7 years old – our age-specific foundation programme in Tae Kwon Do, TKD Ninjas: 5.30 pm start (45 minutes)
Children, 8 to 12 to years old: 6.30 pm start (1 hour)
Teenagers & adults: 7.30 pm start (1 hour)
Frequently Asked Questions:
I am not flexible at all! Can I still learn Tae Kwon Do?
Yes you can. Flexibility is very practical for high kicks but it is not an absolute must and there are many aspects of Tae Kwon Do at which you will be able to excel.
Am I too old to start Tae Kwon Do?
You are never too old to start Tae Kwon Do, so long as you are physically able to train. The most important aspect of training is that you feel good about the training and that you make progress on both a physical and mental level.
What is the minimum age for children to start Tae Kwon Do?
We have children as young as five training with us.
I am not very fit… will that be a problem?
No. Tae Kwon Do will help you to become fit in a relatively short amount of time.
How long does it take to become a black belt?
That totally depends on how much you train. It takes a minimum of three and a half years, training twice a week, to become a black belt, providing you pass every grading examination.
Do I have to take gradings or enter tournaments?
Gradings are not compulsory. Colour belt gradings are held every three months. Our training syllabus allows you to grow and develop your skills at your own pace. A variety of tournaments are available to all students who wish to compete.
What should I wear to my first lesson?
T shirt, jogging bottoms (or shorts if you feel more comfortable). Bring a drink of water with you!
What will it cost me to try it?
Nothing but your time and some sweat. All our students are insured from the moment they step into the dojang (training hall). You will be offered free introductory lessons. If, after your free introductory lessons, you wish to join us, then we will talk you through the cost of the licence, insurance and membership with absolute clarity. You are under no obligation.