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We look forward to hearing from you!

Where & When We Train

See our Training Centres page for full contact details, training session times, and locations.

Any Questions?

If the answer you are looking for is not in our FAQs, feel free to contact us.

We don’t have a maximum age limit and in Western Australia, we have had beginners that joined our classes at 65 years of age. For our younger members, we do prefer children be at least 5 years old before they join our regular training classes, or 3 years old if they are joining our Pre-Rhee classes (3-5 years). Ask the branch instructor if you’re unsure about your child’s suitability.

Being Australia’s Biggest Martial Arts School, we are 100% community focused and our fees are amongst the lowest of all Martial Arts Schools in Australia. We offer discounts for multiple family members.

Additionally, Rhee Tae Kwon Do – Western Australia runs a special promotion to encourage new members to pursue Martial Arts training and an active and healthy lifestyle. Please check our latest promotion or contact your Regional Instructor and to discuss our fees and current promotions with you.

Unlike other mainstream Martial Arts Schools in Australia, from 10th Kup (White Belt) to 1st Kup (Black Tip) our monthly fees are fully inclusive of all gradings, belts and certifications, with no hidden fees!

No application fees. No grading fees. No visiting Master fees. No special event fees. No belt fees. No certification fees.

No. While it’s a good idea to let us know you’re coming, you can just turn up at your local class and request a Free Trial Class. You can also book a Free Trial Class via our website or send us any queries through our email or social media pages. Most instructors arrive to class 10 to 15 minutes before class commencement, so feel free to head along early if you want to ask any questions in person.

Regardless of the physical activity you choose, whether you are playing tennis or football, cricket or basketball, there will always be a risk of physical injury. Rhee Tae Kwon Do training takes place in a fun, safe, controlled environment, under the watchful eyes of the instructors and black belts, so the chance of injury is minimised. Most of our members will experience no injuries during their Martial Arts training.

Yes, all members of Rhee Tae Kwon Do all train in full uniform. Upon you joining, a new uniform and white belt will be organised and provided for you. Additional or replacement uniforms can be purchased through your training centre if required.