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Class Reopening Information!

 

Classes have reopened at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Leisure Centre in Rugby at new times; 

 

Wednesdays

8 - 9 pm Family Class.

 

Fridays

7 - 7.45 pm Tang Soo Do Tigers class.

7 - 8 pm Family class below red belt.

8 - 9 pm Family class Red belt and Dan grade.

We hope to regain our old time slots soon.

 

Classes reopen at the Parochial hall Kenilworth at our normal time on Tuesday 7th September. 

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. 

Region 1 Classes

Our 2019/20 School Clubs are set to continue on the same day and at the same time as the previous school year.
Please note; we do not disclose details for our after school clubs on this web page.

Monday

Tang Soo Chi Gong (for the over 50's)

Private tuition

11.30am - 12.30pm

 

Evening

Dunchurch Village Hall, Rugby Road, Dunchurch, CV22 6PN

One to one and one family classes by special arrangement.

Tuesday

Family class

 

Tang Soo Chi Gong
(Gentle exercise for the mature practitioner)

7.00 – 8.00pm

 

3.00 – 4.00pm

Wednesday

Family class

7.00 – 8.00pm

Thursday

Family class

7.00 – 8.00pm

Friday

Tigers class

Family class

6.00 – 6.40pm

7.00 – 8.00pm

Sunday

Family Class

Family Class

Family Class

10:00 - 11:00am

10:00 - 11:00am

16:00 - 5:00pm

Master Dove’s ‘Four experiences that make a beneficial class’

 

  • Stretch, make sure that you reach the point of sustained tension followed by relaxation at the outer limits of your physical motion during stretching periods in order to benefit your flexibility.
  • Burn, make sure that you experience that bent leg burn when holding a correct back stance and that heavy arm feeling when holding out a correct punch or block position and that ‘fast twitch muscle fibre’ burn after you execute repeated lightening fast sparring combinations.
  • Breathe, make sure that you experience that temporary breathless feeling that comes from real physical exertion.
  • Learn, make sure that you experience technical progress and progress in your knowledge base of Tang Soo Do. Deposit these points of progress into the ‘Happy Bank’ when you meditate at the end of class and withdraw them when you meditate at the beginning of your next class.

Building the levels of personal discipline that will allow us to gain these four beneficial experiences every time that we train is neither easy nor convenient. It is however a great way to set us on the path towards self reliance.

As Master Dove says:

discipline is rarely convenient but always beneficial