Tang Soo Do

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Tang Soo Do is a traditional martial art that develops confidence, strength, flexibility, self defence. It helps with health and wellness as well as being a community atmosphere that encourages students to engage and push themselves to achieve their inner potential both in and out of the gym. We also offer ladies fitness kickboxing, tiny tigers (4-7 year olds), private sessions, self defence seminars, anti bullying courses, private sessions. In the new year we plan to do fitness/circuits sessions. Ki Gong and special classes for autism and other disabilities
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Club features

Impairment types:
All Abilities
Mental Health
Social or Behavioural
Activity format:
Availiable sessions:
Female only
Mixed gender
Children & youth sessions
Heads of the Valleys TSD


Unit 4
Noble Square Industrial Estate
NP23 4BS
United Kingdom

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Attending the club:

First session is free and they can attend any of the main classes. In this first session information is given for payment options depending on how often the individual wants to train. We also do private one on one sessions which have been very popular with students who have individual needs such as autism and down syndrome. We also have a bi-monthly four week adult course that has proven very popular given new students a reference to how they will do within the main class.

When we meet:

We have classes 6 days a week (not Saturdays) But we plan to expand our amount of classes in the new year


For the first sessions wear comfortable clothing suitable for exercise. Once you join the association we require you to have an official Tang Soo Do suit which you can purchase at our gym. No equipment needed at the start. However as you progress more equipment is needed such as sparring gear (again this is provided to students if they do not have their own).

Accessibility Information:

It is a ground level facility with no steps, there is parking close to venue with a ramp to the door, we have never had a wheel chair access the building so no idea if it is difficult, but no obvious problems and in the three years we have no complaints about access. We only have one toilet that is used by everyone, and this is where people get changed as well. It is a very small unit and there is a matted floor that we train on

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