A local Taekwon-Do club for everyone, from beginner to the more experienced students.

Now is a great time to come along and join our lessons. Do you want to improve your fitness ? Learn self defence? or perhaps coming along to meet new friends. You will find all this and more at our Taekwondo lessons in Cottesloe School Sports Hub.

Our club is family friendly so all ages welcome. Why not pop down this Sunday for a free lesson or just to have a look.

Children and adults are both welcome. Your first lesson is FREE with no strings attached.

Every Sunday
10:00-11:00 (Beginner)
11.00-12.00 (Advanced)

What is taught in our lessons?
We will work on basic circuit training principles, running , sit ups etc. emphasising that you go at your own pace and speed and over the coming months you will be surprised how fit and agile you will become.

We will look at a set of fundamental movements which are both attack and defence which demonstrate against an imaginative opponent.

Line Work
This concentrates on blocks using your arms and counter attacks using your legs, arms and hands this again is against an imaginative opponent.

This takes the format of controlled contact and we perfect the art of defence and attack.

How long does it take to become a black belt?

It takes approximately 4 years to become a black belt if you dedicate your time and put in the effort and discipline.

Jason Toms Instructor

Linslade Taekwon-Do Club Instructor

Jason Toms

3rd Dan Black Belt
AMA Coaching Diploma
First Aid Qualified
DBS Checked
Fully Insured
NSPCC Child protection in Sport Certification

Mobile: 07761 732770

As like most martial artists I grew up watching films with Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Lei starring in them, and was in awe of what they could do. I was interested in martial arts from a young age and dabbled in different arts through my teens but nothing seemed to be what I was looking for. It wasn’t until my early 20’s that I was convinced by my employer at the time (Frankie, 3rd Dan) to come down and try Taekwon-Do at the club she taught at with another instructor (Becky, 5th Dan). I was hooked from the very first lesson.

In my early years I competed regularly at amateur level and won several gold, silver and bronze medals in patterns.

I was approached by my instructor in 2011 and asked if I would consider taking over the club. I felt extremely honoured to be given the opportunity for a club than had been running since 1995.

I have also been training in FMA (Filipino martial arts) and JKD (Jeet Kune Do) over the last few years to complement my Taekwon-Do training. I am competing regularly at national level in full contact Escrima stick fighting and I’ve won several silver and bronze medals, but that gold medal has evaded me so far but I’m hoping that will change in the near future.