Part of Taekwondo are formal exercises, called Poomsae or patterns. See this first poomsae – Taeguk Il Jang (required for yellow belt):
And we are back! We are back also this Thursday, 25/11/2021 also in the Clongriffin Junction at 7 pm. Join us!
How about a free Taekwondo training session today? 3 pm, 30/10/2021 in Father Collins Park (see where the photo was taken? – exactly that spot). Adults also welcome. We can stay after the first hour and do some adult training. See you there!
This is how it’s done! So how about another a free training session in the park, on Saturday 09/10/2021 at 3 pm around this spot? See you there! Oh! Adults (including parents) are most welcome to join. #taekwondo #worldtaekwondo
Weather permitting, we are back in the park again at 3 pm, 02 October 2021. Free training session, for children and later adults (if there any volunteers to stay behind for some time for proper training). Father Collins Park around this spot.
Weather permitting, we are back in the park again at 3 pm. If there are any adults who wish to join, here is an idea: let’s start with the kids (to warm up – it takes longer at certain age) and stay behind for some time for proper training. Self defence? Poomsae? Kyorugi?
Although we still cannot use the Clongriffin Junction, we started the trainings this year in Father Collins Park. It is also Taekwondo Day today. Is there a better way to celebrate the day than by a training session in the park? We’ll see you in the park next week, 11th September 2021 at 3 pm Read more about We are back (kind of)[…]
Dear All, With the current restrictions of 6 persons in a training I cannot imagine how the selection of people to train would look. There is regularly some 15 – 20 of us in training. Do I draw lots who can come in and who cannot? First come, first served and the rest go home? Read more about Let’s wait a bit longer[…]
…and it does not look like we are going back to training in our little Dojang any time before the summer break kicks in. In the meantime your Master did an online course in World Taekwondo Academy. The plan was to go to Korea this year to do an International Master’s Course in the heart Read more about We are still on a break[…]
Poomsea, or patters, are a set of moves, which demonstrate a student’s ability and level. There are a lot of different poomsae or groups of poomsae. We practice poomsae called “Taegeuk” – there are 8 of them and for the yellow belt a student needs to know the first one – Taegeuk Il Jang. Below Read more about Poomsae[…]