Photographs from December GradingWe are pleased to display photographs from our grading class in December. This was a very special occasion because three of our long-standing members were undertaking gradings for their First Dans. This is a significant achievement, marking as it does the end of one era and the beginning of the next on the path to excellence. We all have the potential and capacity to improve, in our practice of martial arts as in every area of our lives.
- Junior Gradings
- Junior Presentations
- First Dan Gradings
- First Dan Presentations
- Group Photo of Successful Members
Update on New Class in RingsteadThere are still places available at this new class which started in January! Why not come along to see what martial arts training can do for you?
All club members are able to train at this class as well at their normal class for no extra cost!
The class is suitable for adults and children of all levels of ability. Why not take up this traditional Korean martial art for health, confidence, self-discipline and well-being?
Please contact Mr Webb-Cornell on 07986222310 for further details.
Newsflash 7th December 2013Congratulations to everyone who successfully passed their grading today, including the three new First Dans! Whether you are at the start of your training in this tradiitonal Korean Martial Art or have been practising for a number of years, the learning never ends as we strive to reach perfection.
Look out for the photos and video clips over the next few days!
Club members demonstrated their stamina and punching skills at our sponsored Punchathon to raise funds for Kingsley School. Watch this space for further details about the amount we raised.
Meanwhile, enjoy the photographs of the event kindly taken by Dave Morrison.
We also have some short video clips of the event...
Sizzling Results from our Summer Grading
Despite the heat and the unusual surroundings for our summer grading class on 27th July 2013, Kettering Tang Soo Do Association members demonstrated a high level of motivation, commitment and skill as they took the next steps on their personal journeys in pursuit of excellence. Master Thomas commended their efforts and was pleased to see how strongly the association is growing within the local community.
Here are the links to photographs of the event, kindly taken by Dave Morrison...