Second Chance Seminar Complete – Time To Grade – Check Out The Pictures

19 Taekwondo Central members joined Master Justin Warren & Instructor Luke Crane to finish their grading qualification by attending the Second Chance Seminar.

We try to be flexible and give persons another go due to illness or pre planned engagements but we can only run second seminars if we get enough interest.

This time we did. From Yellow Dragons to Taekwondo Red Belts, the student threw, wrestled and practised weapon defence to pass the qualification

Taekwondo Central, Super Dragons, Little Dragons & Little Dragonflies now have their grading examination over the next week

Good Luck to all attempting their grading

 

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Great Result From 2019 Mid Year Black Belt Grading. New Head Instructor Level & Best Grading Award Amongst Results

Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Taekwondo Central has made an addition to its Black Belt population by having six pass their Black Belt level in front of two Grandmasters of taekwondo (Ross Hartnett, Ninth Dan Black Belt and Carmela Hartnett, Eighth Dan Black Belt) in Perth.

Instructor John Crawford, 21, from Dalyellup led the way by moving up to his Head Instructor level (Fourth Dan Black Belt), a level few ever make in martial arts.

John is one of only four who have achieved this level in the club’s 20 years of operation. This level takes some 10 years of training to achieve.
Mother and daughter combination Melanie Buhlmann, 47, and Rebecca Buhlmann, 12, from Australind put on a great display to earn their Second Dan Black Belts. A great memory for both of them to cherish.

Donnybrook’s Rebecca Collis, 22, kicked and punched her way to a Second Dan Black Belt under the watchful eye of the Grandmasters, showing that she had what it takes to make the level.

Newly-crowned First Dan Black Belts Lachlan Teune, 12, and Bianca Stranger, 11, both of Bunbury did the club proud by earning their new level after some four years of training.
All six students had to put on a display of taekwondo patterns, kicking combinations, punch and kick defences, self defence against various attacks, sport taekwondo sparring, kickboxing style sparring, and knife defence techniques.

They also had to show accuracy and power through demonstrating various board breaking techniques.
The team was supported by many club members who made the trip up.

Master Head Instructor Justin Warren (Sixth Dan) and Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett (Fourth Dan) were also members of the Taekwondo Ohdokwan judging panel.

Melanie Buhlmann put in a special performance to earn the Best Grading Award by the panel, amongst some 60 people applying for their Black Belts from around the state.
What makes her effort even more amazing is that she recently recovered from a non-training broken back injury.
“We are all so happy with our team,” Master Warren said.

“They did our club very proud, not only in skill level but also in the way they conducted themselves which is what we also teach at our club.
“Taekwondo is so much more than self protection and physical and mental health.

“The aspects of respect and lifting yourself to a higher personal level are also taught in our teachings. They’re traits that can improve your life.”
The next Black Belt grading is set for November 24, in which the club has around 10 students focused on achieving.

Taekwondo Central runs classes throughout Bunbury, East Bunbury, Eaton, and Australind, and new members are always welcome to take up the personal journey to Black Belt.
Call 0407470964 or go to tkdcentral.com for more information.

 

 

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Term 3 – 2019 

Starts From Monday 22nd July 2019

How Do I Start?
Just Choose A Class or Location Below And Turn Up. Booking Is Not Required
For Our Full & Current Class Timetable – Click Here

Or Choose Class By Location

Bunbury
East Bunbury
Australind
Eaton
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Or Choose Class By Age Group

Little Dragonflies (3 & 4yrs)
Little Dragons (5 – 8 yrs)
Junior Taekwondo (9 – 13yrs)
All Ages Taekwondo (9 – 55yrs)
Adult Taekwondo (14 – 55yrs)
Women’s Martial Arts  (18yrs +)

 

What Do I Wear?
Wear Something Comfortable To Move Around In, Training Is Done Barefoot or Taekwondo Shoes

Do I Need To Join Before I Start?
No, Just Pay The Asking Price For A Class & Try It Out A Couple Of Classes Then Make Your Decision
You Are Free To Choose.

When Is The Best Time To Start?
A New Member Can Start At Any Time.
However we would not recommend starting in the last 3 weeks of each school term,
as current members will be finalising up for belt gradings
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Do You Open On School Holidays?
We usually don’t train on School Holidays
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From ages 3 – 55, Taekwondo Central has a class for you. With Classes suited for all levels, sizes
and fitness levels. Taekwondo Central can help you. From budding Olympian to a child overcoming bully issues.
from persons wanting an inspiring goal to achieve, or a parent enrolling a child to learn anti-abduction skill.
It may be learning to protect your family or feeling more confident in life.
Taekwondo Central has many great reasons to get involved with our martial art.

 

“LET YOURSELF BECOME INSPIRED”

We are not a part time instructors
We dont do this as a hobby or second activity
We Live Martial Arts, Its Our Life & Occupation

This way you can be assured we’ll
bring out the best in you or your family
meaning that if your considering self defence
you couldnt not come and try Taekwondo Central

If you want to

Have greater energy?
Increase flexibility?
Have greater confidence?
Learn to protect yourself or family?

or if staying healthy is important to you

The Time To Start Is Now!!

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A Question For You: What If You Already Have What It Takes? – Melanie Buhlmann

Black Belts are the wisdom of our club Taekwondo Central, Great people from all walks of life focused on self improvement. Melanie Buhlmann is one of those people we all love at the club. A genuine soul with a high work ethic and someone we all look up to.

Mel is the last person I double graded a belt, twice. Mel humbly rejected the second as she wanted to do the journey to black belt with her family. This is the type of person you get in Mel. Her ability to pick up Taekwondo was as impressive as her mannerisms. Now 3 members of her family. Partner Gary Veljacich, Daughter Rebecca Buhlmann (& Mel herself) are Black Belt and the 4th is on his way being son Eric Buhlmann.

I asked Mel some time back about contributing to our webpage. I hadn’t pushed as I knew the result would be great and it was well worth the wait. I know you’ll agree, so enjoy….

A Question For You: What If You Already Have What It Takes?

 

Okay – the title may sound a little controversial. Please let us explain where this question is headed, it might make you think of a thing or two about yourself.

A little while back, I was asked to write something Taekwondo related for the website. I had no idea what we could possibly contribute. We read amazing articles on this site over the years, which all sent a loud and clear unified message. “Learning a martial art, such as Taekwondo, is good for you in so many ways!” The far-reaching benefits have been well portrayed by the instructors and members of the club, with convincing evidence based on their exceptional personal achievements. Congratulations to you all, how awesome!!! What more could be said?

We started thinking…

We are Taekwondo parents and club member ourselves, and you might associate as we share our experience, that when we and our kids started training here, we were unsure whether we had what it takes to ‘cut it’ at TKD Central.

Of course, nobody knows what the future holds, but initially, we were very hesitant to believe that we would be able to develop the necessary traits to pass gradings or ever reach Blackbelt.

So regardless of what belt level you are working on at the moment or if you are a spectator toying with the idea of starting training yourself, we have an interesting question for you to consider: What if you already have those necessary traits to ‘cut it‘ at TKD Central?

Undecided on our big call? Please let us unravel this idea…

Without implying that we got it all, know it all and won’t need to learn more skills, techniques and refinements from your instructors; nor suggesting we won’t need to develop our mindset and train hard to practice and improve – just think for a moment: What if you were meant for this and always had what it takes?

What if you have it all within yourself already and that is the reason you are here at TKD Central reading this write-up right now?

Think courage: Have you ever acknowledged the courage that is required to even contemplate attending a first class, as well as coming back for a second, third, forth and so on? Just because you were nervous about lining up in the back row and perhaps worried how you’d survive the warm-up, doesn‘t mean that you were not already courageous enough to take a plunge. Locate and trust the courage you have within yourself.

Consider focus: You centre your attention and concentrate to execute the technical aspects of Taekwondo. Without your already sharp mind amidst a society rife with distraction and convolution of your thoughts, do you believe you would have achieved the clarity to decide learning something new like Taekwondo? Something that demands your absolute awareness while you train? Allows you to ignore your constant news feed and offers a refreshing mental break from work, study, school or other personal challenges? Foster the focus you have within yourself.

Choose respect: Right, prior to Taekwondo, you may not have felt the urge to bow when expressing our gratitude to someone who was helping you. And yet now, you show deep admiration for the expertise of the instructors and assistants before, during and after your class every time you bow. If respect was not already valued and close to your heart, would you have regarded an activity entrenched in a hierarchical structure based on rank and seniority as pleasant? Take every opportunity to show the respect you have within yourself.

Then there are the 5 tenets of Taekwondo: Courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable spirit. They are the gatekeepers which control the crowd by providing guidance and direction. They dictate what is necessary to succeed here.

Do you think you or your kid(s) already nurture and grow the 5 tenets within yourselves? Contentious and debatable? Maybe not! Read on please…

The virtue of courtesy demands politeness and good manners. The kind consideration you encounter when you interact with the instructors, assistants and members of the club. For example, despite teaching hundreds of students and dealing with just as many parents, the instructors and assistants know you and address you by name. If you were inherently impolite, rude and pompous yourself, do you think you would feel enticed to practice a sport where you listen attentively when instructors speak. Would you be here if you did not want to tolerate ideas, beliefs and opinions of others and ultimately build your character? You have sincere kindness within yourself and show it through courtesy.

Integrity is explained straightforward. You train to the best of your ability, you kick hard and spar fair, even when you think your instructors are not watching (although they always are!). Integrity simply translates to doing the right thing for the right reason, even if nobody sees it. That may be challenging sometimes, because it teaches you to validate your own actions, all by yourself without an audience. Without integrity, do you think you would have felt inspired to learn skills that remain mainly concealed, and yet set you apart in a crowd of people? Within yourself, you have integrity based on your own strong moral principles and the quality of being honest enough to do the right thing in every situation.

How about perseverance. Climbing the belt levels and pushing the limits when the syllabus gets tougher certainly demands persistence. Perseverance lets you become determined to do something despite difficulty, just like you do every single time you show up to training. Do you think, starting Taekwondo would have sounded appealing to you if you were fundamentally lazy, un-motivated and felt indifferent about investing some effort in exchange of great personal accomplishments? Be tenacious to strengthen the perseverance you have within yourself.

Self-control is not always easy. Those who know us noticed that we celebrate life and enjoy living it to the fullest (ha, under-statement!). However, without sounding like complete hypocrites, when it comes to Taekwondo, self-control is actually a piece of cake: You look out for your training partner and keep your emotions, impulses and strength in check, easy! Your self-control propelled you to make the necessary sacrifices to get involved with TKD Central in the first place. Do you not already control your time, finances, life-style and competing priorities to get to class? Harness the self-control you have within yourself.

Last but not least: Indomitable Spirit – what does that even mean? It implies that you are strong and brave and can take a knock, so to speak. Not literally, just metaphorically. You are resilient and not easily overcome in the face of adversity. If you were truly fearful because of the challenges life threw at you in the past, do you think you would expose yourself to more? So can you see that you are already spirited with indomitable stuff by immersing yourself in this unfamiliar Taekwondo adventure and adapt to the new circumstances as they arise? Embrace the indomitable spirit you have within yourself.

What do you think now? Can it be that you came to TKD Central because of who you already are? So – what if you always had what it takes to be who you need to be?

What you seek may already be within yourself and will grow as you put in the effort to learn, practice and advance. Acknowledge and cultivate those inner traits under the guidance of the club’s devoted and enthusiastic instructors and assistants.

Dare to believe in who you are and imagine where it will take you – Blackbelt and beyond! Pursue your next level or check the class timetable to make a start.

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Taekwondo Centrals Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett has been nominated for the WA Young Achievers Awards 2019 for Youth Leadership.

I have seen Ajana grow from a little 5 year old girl to an amazing young woman. From competing in the earlier days to now taking over the Head Instructor status of the club. She has grown into an amazing leader that I am very proud of

Being Taekwondo Central longest running member outside the founders, the 4th Dan Blackbelt is now looking at earning her Master Status in Taekwondo next year. She will be just 21 years of age.
Ajana is a friend, a daughter like character and helps me keep the clubs standard high, as you will read, I am very grateful for all that she has done for both myself and the club. I truly feel blessed to have her as part of my life

Nominations are quite large so here’s the summing up section at the end. Win or not, I feel very proud to get a chance to give her some real recognition of all the peoples lives she has touched

QUESTION – Has the nominee’s efforts led to sustainable positive outcomes? If so, describe what those outcomes are?

Without a doubt Ajana has had a positive impact on many.
From influencing a young shy child to come out from hiding behind mum and learn some moves, rushing to aid members parents after the death of their child in an accident, from personally testing every member on the skill level to pass a belt to encouraging and training black belts to stand before front the grandmasters to step up a level or giving up time to help a group of women escaping domestic violence. Even volunteering her time for “The Pink Belt Scholarship” created by a Taekwondo Central student Kristy Hitchens to help women access martial arts classes who can’t afford it.

She reminds women that they are strong and they have hidden strength that can be accessed, empowering them by her own martial arts ability, a truly unique individual. Men, women, teens, tweens and children all look up to her and trust her with their self defence needs

But mostly I imagine the greatest gratitude comes from me. Ajana has always been special to me. She is like the daughter I never had but she has given me something that I dreamed. A chance of a future for this club I developed some 20 years ago. Many martial arts schools only last a generation. Once the masters pass away the club falls. In Ajana and the leaders that follow her there is now a chance of a future for Taekwondo Central and the many lessons that our school teaches our students and not just martial arts but life skills

QUESTION – In 100 words, summarise the nominee’s key achievements for media, judging and promotional material including use on the Awards night

As a girl Ajana Plunkett walked into a local Taekwondo class. 15 years on, earning 4th dan black belt and a junior world taekwondo expo champion title. Ajana is now the clubs head instructor
From influencing a shy child to come out from hiding to learn, testing 200 members on skill level to pass a belt, or giving up time to help a group of women learn self-protection. Ajana is driven to help, and many lives have been improved through her leadership.

Students choose their leaders, and though only 20 years of age. 200+ people choose Ajana.

Best of luck & Thank you from all of us

Master Justin

 

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Taekwondo Centrals New Club Badge Design are here and ready to be put on your chest, Our first batch has turned up so they are now available from your instructor.
These will be a part of our regular uniform now and in the future.

The asking price is just

Just $5 each


Our Taekwondo Central club badge will sit on top of the Uniform Daedo Logo as in the picture above.
The right side will be for our Head Academy Badge of Taekwondo Ohdokwan

About The Badges

The Taekwondo Central Club Badges are iron on badges.
We found they stick well but because the black border doesn’t have the adhesive,
we believe they will be prone to peeling off over time in the wash,
So our recommendation is to sew them on.

STICK N SEW BADGES

Heat Your Iron To 110*c – 150*c
Iron over area the badge is being attached to on the taekwondo top (5 Sec)
( thin piece of cloth between will stop accidently burning your top)
Place badge carefully on heated material in place (As Above) on the right chest
Compress and rub the badge onto the material thoroughly
Let it cool

Sew the badge onto uniform with black cotton once badge is glued in place

Pictures are of Skills For Life “Patience”attachment.
The Blue Chest badge is the same process


READY TO BE SEWN ON

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Reminding Women What They Are Capable Of

Taekwondo Central Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett is a very active Instructor. Always getting behind any women’s club events and also teaching her own “Women’s Only Taekwondo Class
along with her duties as Taekwondo Centrals Head Instructor.

This week Ajana give up some of her time to help the “Welcoming Women Group” by Rebecca Tichbon
Its a great idea that opens women up to some different activities they can get started on in Bunbury

Ajana talked about self defence & women’s safety. Taught some strikes and basic escapes and finished with teaching the ladies a board break.
Great job Ajana, keeping the women’s personal safety message strong and well done to all who broke their board.

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LET ME HELP INSPIRE YOU

If you love martial arts like me or would like to learn more about Taekwondo Centrals history.

Taekwondo Central celebrates 20 years of operation in August and I would love to give out some of it history,
the main players of our clubs past plus some lessons I’ve learned along the way.

So after some encouragement I’ve started a Master Justin Facebook Page with the goal of releasing some of this history
Its going to be a great ride

Master Justin (Right) with Brother Kristian Warren & Japanese Fighter Tetsuhiro Shinkai

Please click the link below and take a look. I’d love to have you involved so your welcome to friend me

https://www.facebook.com/master.justin.73

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Its a great way to start our year out though it always can become a challenge as we’ve only been back in action for 3 weeks of Term 1 2019.

From Little Dragons to Black belts we kicked, punched, jumped, rolled, flew, thumped and smashed our way through our routine and it was just so much fun!
Even the Master Justin board break face pulling show.

This year we put the call out and 12 come to our call, check out the photos below. It a great day out with international foods and acts and most of all its free so anyone can enjoy it.

A big thankyou to program manager Jo O’Dea and of course all the students who supported the club as either spectator or participant. Also A Big Thankyou to Gary Veljecic for the photos.

Jesse Smashes his Dragons Board

Trinity Best & Rebecca Buhlmann Showing Knife Defence

Trinity Best With An Fantastic Flying Kick

Rebecca Collis Displays Her Strength – www.tkdcentral.com

Rebecca Buhlmann Demonstrates A Nice Axe Kick

Master Justin Warren Launches A Twin Front Kick

Master Justin Warren Demonstrating A Flying Twin Front Kick Double Board Break

Eric Buhlmann Getting The Job Done

Annika Best & Trinity Best Break Boards With Spin Kicks

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Black Belt Jy Gamble Smashes The Board With A Snap Front Kick

Chris Charry Lands A Step Up Jump Back Kick

Eric Bulmann Jumps Over Instructor John During His Flying Kick

Rebecca Buhlmann Demonstrates A Wrist Lock Throw During Knife Defence

Master Justin Shows The Bodies Reaction At Impact Point During The Tile Smash

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Yellow Dragon Dean Takes Care Of That!! Great Board Break

Annika Best Gets The Advantage Over Master Justin

This Ones Over – Annika Best Deals With The Situation

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Instructor John Crawford About To Destroy His Boards

Chris Charry Fly’s Over An Impressive 8

Rebecca Buhlmann -Trinity Best – Rebecca Collis Demonstrate Gumgang Pattern

Trinity Best Slices Through The Board With A Spin Kick

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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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