Training at home

Hi! Thanks for visiting our website. We (Lindsey) has been pretty useless in keeping it up to date 🙁

But aside from that… We’re still around and training twice a week from home.

It would be great if you could join us, and why not get your brother, sister mum or dad to join in too?

Hope you’re well and staying safe! If you want more details, please get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you 🙂

“So I’m a black belt now what should I do now🤔?”

Funny you should ask 😄! There is a blackbelt training on 22nd June in Kingston. You have to be a Dan grade and over 16 to attend, but this session aims to offer participants something a bit different from the usual seminars. If you’d like more information, please ask one of the instructors or refer to the Chungdokwan GB website.

New Blackbelts!

Woo hoo! Congratulations to our new Blackbelts! And also very well done to those of you who passed their tests for 2nd and 3rd Dan.

GB Poomse Team Selection

Congratulations to Master Raymond on being selected for GB Team for the 14th European Poomse Championships in Antalya in April. Good luck from us all at LLTKD!

Fancy training with a Korean Grandmaster?

Well, here’s your opportunity!  GM Byeong Hyung Shin, 9th Dan will be visiting England and holding a seminar on Thursday 13th April at Tiffin Sports Centre from 6-8pm.


What’s happened since September ?

This is going to be a familiar post from me “oops sorry I haven’t written for a while, we’ve been busy…” and we have since my last post the following has happened, as well as our usual classes:

Poomse-Judges-Course-2Poomse Judges Course
Casting the memory back to October, Congratulations go to GM Lawrence, Master Raymond, Master Donston, Heena, Carla, Claire who all passed their Poomse Judging Course held in Kingston on 22nd October.  It was a long, but enjoyable day and a great opportunity to keep up to date with the Poomse and competition rules.


All Grades seminar in Swanmore
A week later the club supported the association’s annual All Grades Seminar. As usual it was a great day and was made more enjoyable by having a National Poomse Coach in attendance!

BlackbeltDan Grading
It wasn’t long before we were back in Swanmore for the winter dan grading. Congratulations to on passing their 1st and 2nd dan gradings Shayan, Rhys, Sahil and Grand aka Mr B.

Poomse Competition January 2017
Sticking with the poomse theme, 6 LLTKD competitors managed to squeeze into the Bluewave open in Basingstoke on the 28th January. It was a first tournament for some so a great learning opportunity and for others a chance to add to their medal collection with two silvers and bronze. So pretty good going from the team.

University Championships, Worcester
Uni-champs-2017-2On the weekend of the 4th & 5th of March we had a clash; GM Lawrence updated his Centre Refereeing qualification while 13 members of the Kingston Uni team travelled to Worcester to represent the University in the annual University Championships.

The team had a fantastic result coming 9th out of the 50 participating Universities by earning 2 bronze medals in Poomse and 3 bronze, 1 silver and 1 gold in sparring. Well done to everyone!

(Thanks to Sam for the photos)

New Kingston Club

New club, some changes… the class times are from 12 – 13:30 (an hour later than previously advertised).  We’re also training downstairs in the main hall.

Team LLTKD at the Nationals

There are competitors as well 😃 but we’re supporting the British Taekwondo National Championships with 4 Referees 👍.

Full Moon Festival TKD Demonstration

Thanks to everyone for participating and supporting at the demonstration today at Kingston market square in association with the Korean British Cultural Exchange. We had a good turn out, a lot of fun, lots of spectators and the rain held off!
Next Saturday we’ll be at Tiffin Sports Centre for training between 11am and 12:30. Hope to see you there.

Taekwondo Demonstration

kbce_logo_headerCome and support us (or participate) at the Taekwondo Demonstration at the Autumn Full Moon festival hosted by the Korean British Cultural Exchange on Saturday 17th September between 12 and 4pm.