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Little Warrior Classes

Senior Classes

Junior Classes

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Classes For All !

Turners Cross TaeKwon-Do Academy has classes to suit all age and abilities. Taekwon-Do  aims not only to develop the student physically, but mentally also, creating a well rounded and balanced individual. Wether your 4 years or sixty years old there is some class to suit your needs and we are happy to adjust your training to suit your personal requirements and fitness level.


Senior Classes

Turners Cross TaeKwon-Do Academy has senior classes which cater for adults and has presently got members in the 50+ brackett.

Junior Classes

Turners Cross TaeKwon-Do Academy has seperate classes for junior students which includes both boys and girls in the 9 years to 13 year brackett. These classes are geared specifically twords young kids in the primary school  stage of their lives and places a huge emphasis on friendship and antibullying helping the kids to respect their fellow school goers and instill an air of confidence allowing them to face the daily chalenges put before them.

Little Warriors

Turners Cross TaeKwon-Do Academy also incorporates the Little Warrior Programme for 4 to 9 year old children who want to practice Taekwon-Do but are still a bit too young and this programme acts as a feeder for the mainstream Taekwon-Do classes.

As the younger members in this group have a slightly shorter attention span we encourage games in this class to educate the kids and break them in to the physical aspect in a more fun packed environment.


Please feel free to browse our web site and contact me by phone or e-mail should you have ay queries. I will only be happy to personally answer  any questions you may have.




Please feel free to browse our web site and contact by phone or e-mail should you have any queries. We will only be happy to anwer any questions you may have


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