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JANUARY 2019

Our January Training Timetable

Want To Do Some Holiday Training? Check Out The Option
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SHP2019 – Summer Holiday Program Starts 

Earn A Belt Level Over The Holidays
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Bookings Accepted For Paragon Program

Its Our Top Service / Only 6 Per Class
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FEBRUARY 2019

Term 1 – 2019 Starts

Its Going To Be A Great Year
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East Bunbury Taekwondo Central Starts

For Both Little Dragons & Family Taekwondo
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PARAGON Program Starts

For The Person Who Takes Training More Seriously
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Leadership Team Training Starts

Were Looking For Our Next Generation Of Leaders. Is It You?
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Double Demo Day

Come Down And Get Involved. Great Fun
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MARCH 2019

COUNTERSTRIKE – Women’s Self Defence Course

A 6 Hour Course To Get Some Basics Of Self Protection In Eaton.
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Term 1 – FASTRACK Grading

Are You Putting In The Extra Classes? You May Eligible.
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Shift Youth Festival Demo

C’mon Demo Team. Its Time To Lift. All Members Welcome
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Grading Seminars  

Compulsary If You Wish To Grade
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APRIL 2019

Term 1 Grading 

Its Time To Test Your Level And Earn Your Belt
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Summer Holiday Program 2019 A Great Success

Taekwondo Centrals Summer Holiday Program 2019 has been a huge success with all passing their belt and moving up a grade during January before the start of our official training term 1 in 2019. Congrats to the following

Kyah Goodall
Saphyre Goodall
Lexi Hynes
Paige Hynes
Matt Bowkley
Jesse Challis
Haven Aria Wymer
Michael Collins
Johnathan Twigger
Jason Taylor
Asami Tsukamoto
Emiri Tsukamoto
Kai Shapkaris
Anthony North
Alecia Shapkaris
Dean Emerson
Jessica Burch
Chris Charry
Lyn Behrens
Alicia Mackay
Deanna Gowland
Lachlan Tuenne
Kristy Hitchens
Sean Colgan

A big thank you to Head Instructor Ajana and Instructor John for all their work during this time.

The SHP2019 is the start of our 2019 season with a big year planned including our 20 year celebration on the 25th August.









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Leadership Team – For Our Next Leaders

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Leadership Team Certificate Program 2019
Term 1


Sundays.  2.00pm – 3.00pm

Venue – Eaton Softball Pavilion

Red / Black Belts.  12 yrs +

Nominations Open 1st February 2019

48 Module Certificate Program

Being Class Ready
Knowledge & Syllabus
Better Communications
Being Professional

(Including Workbook)

$120 per term

Program Starts = Sunday 10th February 2018 

(As this is a private business training not a martial arts class, no spectators will be allowed)

 

“On The Floor Experience With Our Instructors To Help Further Enhance Leading Skills”

 

With our ever growing numbers and our service in Bunbury, Eaton & Australind. We are looking to develop our next generation of leaders to help assist with our children’s classes.

We will be running a series of Leadership Team Training sessions on Sundays over the year to help develop skills of helpers and so our helpers get an understanding of what we want from them. Skills learned in this course are transferable to later life ensuring a solid base of leadership has been developed

To Qualify
– Be 12yrs or over
– Be minimal Red Belt
– Have show manners & be polite
– Have a good understanding of our techniques
– Be Enthusiastic & want to help
– Must train 2x min per week (Training Experience)

Taekwondo Central has the added advantage of being able to give “In class” experience alongside Current Instructors to further use what they are learning to develop leading skills.
Leadership Team will be paid a base rate for classes they assist while in development until “Class Ready Status” in which they will be offered assistant or teaching positions as the arise in the club

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Members Wanted For Our Double Demonstration Weekend – 22nd & 23rd February 2019.

We have been granted 2 opportunities to do Demonstrations in February so we are calling on members who wish to be involved.

Movies By Moonlight
Friday 22nd February 2019

Prior Screening Of Jumanji
Eaton Foreshore
6.30pm approx. 

South West Multi-Cultural Festival
Saturday 23rd February 2019
Graham Bricknell Shell Bunbury
Bunbury City
TBA

&

Hip Throw

We are hoping to extend and improve from our last successful demos

Demonstrations allow us to play around with tricking, self defence scenarios and various forms of board breaking. its another exciting side of this great martial art that we all do.

We are now looking for training members of all levels and ages to come to demo training and get involved with this fun side of training

Sienna Malatesta & Aiden Jones practise some demo moves


Demonstration Team Try Outs

Training 1 
(Creation Separate Routines)
Sunday 10th February
12.30 pm – 2.00 pm
$15
Eaton Softball Pavillion

Training 2
(Refinement Of Separate Routines)
Sunday 17th February
12.30 pm – 2.00 pm
$15
Australind High School Gym – Australind

Training 3
(Putting The Demo Together)
Saturday 24th February
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Free
Lawn Outside Bunbury Rowing Club
opposite the road to the festival

 Kaiden Guiver Flyes

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Skills For Life Program Returning To Little Dragon & Super Dragons 2019

 

Taekwondo Central’s Skills For Life Program is designed to teach our young students characteristics and Habits that make yours and their life a little easier.

Introduced in the early part of the Little Dragons Program. It was very popular with the parents and the kids loved the badges to show they understood that characteristic. You may even still see the odd uniform with the badges on the arm
A change in instructor schedule put the program on hold temporarily but its time to unleash SFL again and we are excited!!

This time its FREE! No extra cost, even for the badge. Its a way we wish to add more value to our Little Dragons & Super Dragons Programs.

We have 6 main badges and 3 Soper Badges to earn with our goal to make them a more responsible, human being.
The First Badge we will aim to achieve will be PATIENCE

Patience is a decision-making problem, involving the choice of either a small reward in a short span of time, or a more valuable reward after a long period of time.

For a child, Patience will be needed many times.
From waiting at the supermarket checkout line,
or being in the car on a long trip.
From waiting their turn in line and not pushing in upsetting others
To becoming old enough to get a mobile phone

Having Patience saves anxiety & worry and is a
personal characteristic often forgot about.

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Great Tips From A Remedial Therapist On Bettering Your Taekwondo – Rebecca Collis

Mel with Rebecca Collis

Rebecca Collis is well loved at the club. Why?
Its not just that she is part of our Taekwondo Central Black Belt Team but as I discovered Rebecca has a hidden skill.

Hands That Heal and she has done wonders for me dealing with the injuries from the full contact sport martial art days. 2 of our other Black belts, Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett & TC Black Belt & Martialfit Founder Kelly Rowe are also users of her service. Both Ajana & Kelly have added their thought at the end of the article

Finding her to be a library of knowledge in her field, I asked if she would be interested in any advice she could offer the training black belt (or black belt to be) on getting more from our bodies. Its a great read. Please Enjoy.

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Introducing your friendly quack:

Please allow me to introduce myself. I am a Remedial Therapist by day, specialising in combined modality treatment of neuromuscular conditions and functional movement rehabilitation, and a tae kwon do kicker by night. I am one of the Blackbelts from the Bunbury Open TKD class at the SWSC. I started training 4 years ago for self defence and stress relief and let me tell you, it’s grown to become a defining and integral part of my life that I wouldn’t ever be without.

I didn’t really know what to do or say when Master Justin asked me to contribute something to the website. How do I bring something of interest and value to the forefront of your screens when communications has never been my natural arena? Well, factoids, numbers and common sense have seen me well in the past, so here goes.

Coming to the club as an adult, I understand how much training can mean to all of us, and how much an injury on or off the floor can impact our lives. We’re busy people who can’t afford time off from work, family, or anything. So here are a few tips to help you train better tonight and in the years to come.

Would you still like to be doing awesome TKD kick-drills at 80 years old? I know I would.
Not the way you were expecting this tip to start, but let me explain:

30% of individuals over the age of 65 will experience at least one fall a year and in the same age category, falls are the leading cause of hospitalisations*.

As we age, our muscles deteriorate but the muscles we strengthen for tae kwon do are the muscles that protect us from falls. Yep. Strong and adaptable core muscles, glutes, hip flexors, and hamstrings will mean you are stable on your feet and have the ability to get back up if you do fall.

Exercise triggers a natural response in your body that increased bone density* this means risks associated with osteoporosis and natural bone weakening occurring with age is reduced, so if you do fall as you get older, you are less likely to break something. Not to mention the protective and preventative qualities of hand-eye coordination based exercise on cognitive decline*.
So in short: exercise like TKD can help you to live better for longer.

Rebecca Collis (Holding The Target) with The Taekwondo Central Ladies At “Fight For Change”

We’ve all heard it before: Lift that knee! Rotate your lower foot! Pivot more!
When the Instructors give these tips during body kick/flick kick drills, they’re not just being pedantic, it is because they want you to have a long and successful career in martial arts.

Rotating your weight-bearing foot to the angles specified by the instructor minimises the strain on the ligaments in your ankle and knee while providing the most support for your body with a direct line for the kinetic energy to travel. It also works specifically to strengthen some of the muscles most important for protecting those joints.
In plain English, using proper technique might be more difficult to start with, but it keeps you from hurting yourself while practicing and living.

Please note: this may not initially be possible for you if you are starting TKD later in life or working a desk job due to changes in muscle and tendon adaptability. It will be a goal you work towards just like any other. Listen to your body.

Minimise risk to you, maximise satisfaction from hitting that target!

Injuries will happen.

We practice TKD in the safest manner we can. Of all the martial arts forms, sports tae kwon do is one of the safest* while still providing effective self-defence skills. Even still, you or your kids will end up with bruises or blisters. Someone will miss the target and whack a forearm. It happens. As Master Justin is fond of saying “This is martial arts, not checkers”

It’s all in how you respond after the event, that’s what counts.

Basic first aid is not hard to learn, you can ask your local chemist, or even attend a short course from St Johns ambulance for just a couple of hours if you are really concerned.
All our instructors are trained in first aid but you can help them out too. We all keep that box of band-aids in the cupboard, this is just an extension of that forethought, that preparedness.

Here’s a quick and easy one for you though: with tae kwon do, the most serious I’ve seen at our club is a hamstring tendon strain.

Remember: With any sprain/strain injury, the treatment is RICE
R est
I ce
C ompression
E levation*

The tips in this article are no substitute for a face-to-face with a trusted health care professional. Your local doctor, chiro, physio, and remedial therapist, we are all here to help. I promise I’m not scary and I always bring my skill set and work-tools with me into training 😉

When an injury does occur. It’s important to give your body the support and time it needs to heal properly. I know that sounds tedious (and very much in the ‘nagging’ area). Most of the time, a minor injury will have no bearing whatsoever on your life and training. When an injury is slightly more serious, take the time to make yourself a priority. If you handle the problem right the first time, it won’t develop into a bigger problem later.

Professional help If you’ve started training but aren’t getting the results you feel you should be, it might be time to get an outside opinion and a helping hand.

Let me prefix this by stating that it doesn’t need to be with me. There are many highly skilled health care professionals who are qualified to help you treat your aches and pains, improve your training and recovery times, and general well-being.

If you are based in Bunbury than I cannot recommend enough the skilled therapists at Cloud9 wellness on Spencer Street (FYI where instructor Ajana and her skilled lady warriors practice on Wednesdays). Bruce from Laughing Buddha Acupuncture has fixed me up more times than I can count.

As a TKD practitioner myself, I do have some insight into the most common injuries (finger, wrist, knee and ankle sprains. Calf and Hamstring tendon strains) and complaints (hip soreness, upper shoulder and neck tension and soreness, 1 day post training full body ‘so sore I can’t move’) found in TKD.

Working with a skilled professional to remedy a problem, overcome an injury or shortfall can make the difference you’re looking for.

Jaqualine, Rebecca & Mel from the Challenge Day 2018

For those who are interested, I run a clinic 2 days a week in Donnybrook. I’m experienced in treating stress, muscle spasms and strains, shin splints, headaches, growing pains, breathing difficulties, muscle imbalances, postural conditions, nerve injuries, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries and degenerative conditions among other things.
Treatments can include a variety of massage techniques, Emmett, Lymphatic Drainage, Bowen, joint mobilisations, stretches, muscle/joint taping, hydrotherapy and rehab exercises.

If you are interested in having Rebecca help you she can be found at

Donnybrook Chiro Clinic
Wednesday & Thursday
Unit 3. 25 South West Highway

Call outs also available

Ph or SMS 0408 572 302
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Customer References

From the first appointment I had with Rebecca, I knew she was someone I wanted as part of my recovery routine. From muscle fatigue to better sleeping, injury management or just therapy. I recognise the traits that show, this is a fellow human who knows their craft. I distinctly remember after my first session I sat up and felt this gentle clicking noise going up my back. I was like my spine was resetting as it was so relaxed. I stood up. No pain, Easier breathing and my body felt centred and balanced. Its a great feeling. I felt comfortable, relaxed and in safe hands. Dealing with injuries from my past full contact sport days and still training in my late 40’s. Rebecca will be a major piece of the puzzle that keeps me in tune to continue doing what I love to do and my ongoing greater personal goal of achieving Grandmaster status in Taekwondo. Thanks Rebecca.

Justin Warren
Taekwondo Central
Master Head Instructor

There are many reasons why I love having Rebecca do my massages. Not only is she a wonderful lady I’ve known for years. She is a great listener to what’s going on with your body.
She get a full undertaking of your injury or ache and what you may have done to cause it. Rebecca not only gives you a wonderful massage and never lets you walk away without stretches and techniques to better your problem, Even having you repeat it back to make sure you haven’t forgotten anything haha. She makes the environment very relaxing with lovely music and scents. I almost fall asleep every time.

Ajana Plunkett
Taekwondo Central
Head Instructor

Living a very active lifestyle, and running a small personal training business looking after my body is extremely important. If it’s not functioning properly I cant work.
Rebecca is my first personal choice when it comes to massage. I’m happy to admit that I’m incredibly fussy when it comes who I let look after my most valuable asset.
Rebecca has an immense knowledge base and it’s easy to see how passionate and dedicated she is when it comes to her work and her clients.
She truly cares and takes the time to listen and thoroughly gather all the information she needs to give you the best treatment and outcome she can.
Every massage and treatment Rebecca has given me has left me feeling relaxed, pain free and mobile again.
Her kind and beautiful demeanour only adds to what a pleasure it is to have Rebecca as part of my health routine.
I absolutely and highly recommend her services.

Kelly Rowe
Martialfit
Owner

 

*References:

WA Gov Dept of Health https://ww2.health.wa.gov.au/Articles/F_I/Falls-prevention-and-management-in-WA

The Link Between Exercise and Healthy Bones https://www.verywellfit.com/bone-density-and-exercise-3120770

Medical News Today: Exercise can help fight off Alzheimer’s, but how? https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/324151.php?fbclid=IwAR17f4sDr-oOcn1leeVk_HIDQzawV6bgp3S7fAC6N4eKzSjz7uSdkeZFxeY

Effectiveness of coordination exercise in improving cognitive function in older adults: a prospective study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3212417/

Boxing vs. Mixed Martial Arts: Which is More Dangerous? http://thesportdigest.com/2016/03/boxing-vs-mixed-martial-arts-which-is-more-dangerous/

Are the injuries in Taekwondo worse than boxing? https://www.quora.com/Are-the-injuries-in-Taekwondo-worse-than-boxing

St John First Aid Fact Sheet Sprains and Strains https://stjohnwa.com.au/docs/default-source/first-aid-compliance/sprains-and-strains.pdf?sfvrsn=2

Epidemiology of injuries in competition taekwondo: A meta-analysis of observational studies https://www.jsams.org/article/S1440-2440(08)00200-4/pdf

Nine year longitudinal retrospective study of Taekwondo injuries https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2796946/

 

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We are very happy to announce that we will now be holding NEW classes at

South West Italian Club – White Street – East Bunbury

These classes are designed for families who wish to train together during the same time in Bunbury simular to the very popular class in Australind.
We will also offer a Little Dragons Option for the littlest persons of the family.

Though designed for families, Any individuals who wish to take advantage of this time slot to train during the week are also most welcome.

Little Dragons
5 – 8 years
5.00pm – 5.30pm

All Ages Taekwondo
9 – 55 years
5.30pm – 6.30pm

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Central Grading Seminar Series – The First Part Of Your Grading – All Belt Levels

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Our Grading Seminar Series is on Sunday 10th March 2019 at the ASHS Gym
Australind High School Gym
12 Break O’Day Dr, Australind WA 6233
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This seminar is compulsary for any wishing to grade and is part of the overall end of term grading mark

Term 1 Grading Seminars

Sunday 10th March 2019 – Australind High School Gym

10.00 am – 11.00am – Little Dragons & Super Dragons
 Little Dragons – Green Super Dragons
(White Belts & New Starters Optional)

11.00 am – 1.00pm – Yellow Belt Seminar
(Covers Syllabus Takedowns, Break falls)
Blue Super Dragons Up + Yellow 1, Yellow 2,
(White Belts & New Starters Optional)

1.00pm – 3.00pm – Blue Belt Seminar
(Covers Ground holds, Joint Locks, Chokeholds)
for Yellow 3, Blue 1, Blue 2

3.00pm – 5.00pm –  Red Belt Seminar
(Covers Weapon Defence including Disarms)
For Blue 3, Red 1, Red 2, Red 3,

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FASTTRACK Mid Term 1 Grading Date = Sunday 10th March 2019

To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

FASTTRACK Mid Term 1 Grading 

Our FASTTRACK Grading is on Sunday 10th March at the ASHS Gym

Australind High School Gym
12 Break O’Day Dr, Australind WA 6233
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5.00 pm – 6.00 pm

For All Belt Levels

To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained enough times on experience book

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

 

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Belt Grading Week Details. Term 1. 2019

To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

Your 2019 Term 1 Grading 

Little Dragonflies, Little Dragons, Super Dragons & Taekwondo
Grading Examination will begin from Monday 8th April to Thursday 11th April 2019
At your normal class

To Grade You Must Have Attended 13 Classes of Experience For Taekwondo Members and 6 For Little Dragons to be able to grade (70% Training Attendance is minimal amount to grade)

Taekwondo Students must turn up on both training nights during the grading week
for us to complete the whole grading

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HERE’S A SECOND CHANCE SO YOU CAN GRADE?

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To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained at least 6 times,
Taekwondo Members need 13 lessons of experience to test for their belt.

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

7) Passed Grading Seminar (Part A of Grading)

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