Hills District Martial Arts: Taekwondo, Haidong Gumdo & Hapkido

Our Philosophy


The Martial Arts Way

In simple terms, we believe that a Martial Artist is more measured by the quality of their actions and behaviour than their ability to kick and punch. At Hills District Martial Art, we emphasise creating a great culture through Martial Arts, and we use the physical aspect of Martial Arts as a way to develop the inner self.

A Martial Artist must not only strive to develop a greater sense of self-appreciation and confidence through hard training, but should also encourage the same development in those around them. We are a family at Hills District Martial Arts and endeavour to bring out the best in eachother.


A Sport or an Art?

Taekwondo is currently an Olympic Sport, with competitions at all levels. Despite this, first and foremost Taekwondo will always be a Martial Art. Competitors must never develop skill without the social and ethical philosophies of the Martial Art.

A Martial Art is a great alternative to more traditional sport activities such as football, soccer, netball etc. It is of course a physical activity and a great way to develop many physical attributes. We always encourage our members to consider Martial Arts as more than a sport. It is a way of life.



Our Training Philosophy

Learn. Sweat. Smile.

Each class should consist of some new knowledge, a good workout and most importantly enjoyment. Martial Arts is definitely a serious undertaking, however an enjoyable training session is always the most effective.

What do we expect from our members during a training session?

  1. Do your best.
  2. Follow the rules.

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