Classes

Start your martial arts journey with us

Monday and Wednesday

6.00pm – Kids Class [7 – 12yrs]
7.00pm – Adults Class [13+]

Thursday

6.00pm – Advanced Kids Class [7 – 12yrs]
7.00pm – Beginner Adults Class [13+]

Saturday

9.30am to 11am – Open Dojang (adults)

Fees

Adults: $160 per term
Children: $130 per term

Our class dates align with the NSW school term, with fees due at the start of each term. ​

Discounts are available for multiple family members:

  • 2 family members: $130 per person / term
  • 3 or more family members: $100 per person / term

Uniforms (do bok)

Students are required to wear a traditional white dobok (uniform) which can be purchased from most martial arts suppliers or at the dojang, however your first dobok is free when you join. A uniform is not necessary for your first few classes. 

Classes

Classes begin with a traditional opening ceremony, warm-ups and an explanation of the skills and theory that will be covered during the class. Classes finish with a cool down consisting of stretching, strengthening and conditioning drills designed to compliment the technical skills of Soo Bahk Do.

Everyone has individual strengths and weaknesses, and these are embraced within our training. Students are only assessed against their own potential. The Soo Bahk Do curriculum is diverse and broad enough that students will always be challenged and motivated towards realising their full potential both physically and mentally.

Soo Bahk Do is a traditional martial art with no emphasis on competition or violence. The skills taught are designed to teach students self control, personal discipline and awareness of themselves and their surroundings.  

Classes are a balance of hard and soft, in keeping with the theory that a martial artist is both a warrior and a scholar. All classes are set with a theme inspired by Moo Do Philosophy, and incorporate the following:

  • Practical self defence
  • Stretching
  • Stances
  • Partner work
  • Hyung (pre-sequenced sets of movements)
  • Kicking and hand techniques
  • Strengthening and conditioning drills
  • Traditional breathing exercises
  • Meditation