WELCOME TO YUN HAP TAEKWONDO
Yun Hap Taekwondo Club Inc. is a club that promotes goodwill and harmony among its instructors and students alike, providing a healthy environment of growth, for achievement through the study of Martial Arts.
Our Mission is to provide an enjoyable environment for the study of Taekwondo within our clubs, where students can achieve to the best of their abilities.
We assist out students to achieve by facilitating advancement through the ranks of Taekwondo on a regular basis and through exposing them to a wide range of experiences in training, martial art participation and competition.
Our club was founded on 1st July 1995 and is a not-for-profit association (these are sometimes called for-purpose organisations).
Yun Hap Taekwondo Club is affiliated with World Taekwondo, through membership of Australian Taekwondo via Australian Taekwondo Queensland.
Through these memberships, the club and participants have insurances, like most other sports, and Yun Hap instructors all have current Working with Children Blue Cards, coaching accreditations and current first aid qualifications.
Students are required to maintain membership of the club.
Taekwondo is a traditional martial art, originating in Korea, as well as a modern sport. It is recognized as one of the most systematic and scientifically analysed physical activities in the world. Training our body and mind in taekwondo's disciplined environment contributes to good lifestyle balance. As a modern sport it has also become global and gained international recognition, and stands among the official ‘games’ in the Olympics, quickly developing in technology, including the use of electronic protective equipment for scoring, and developing in sport presentation through adjustments to rules as each Olympiad rolls through. It's an optional Commonwealth Games Sport and hasn't yet appeared on that stage.
Taekwondo has been particularly noted as a sport that is instrumental in assisting all round development: physically, mentally and socially. While providing a sense of belonging within the friendly club environment. It nurtures coordination, quicker reflexes, self-esteem, concentration, ethics and self-control. As such, the benefits overflow into other areas of our life, school, work and play.
Our Instructors & Black Belts
Cooper Sweedman – 2nd DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Black Belt
Declan Sweedman – 1st DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Instructor
Kate Eggar – 7th Dan InstructorClubs:Kedron & Mitchelton and supports ZillmereContact Details:0408 982 248Started Training:June 1980Qualifications:
- Advanced First Aid
- Blue Card
- Level 1 Poomsae Judge
- Senior Class Referee
- Referee Presenter
- Sparring & Poomsae Coach
- Global Officiating License
William Eggar – 4th Dan InstructorClubs:Will teaches at Hawthorne, assists with instructing at Zillmere and supports Kedron and MitcheltonContact Details:0408 918 570Started Training:January 2000Qualifications:
- First Aid
- Blue Card
- Sparring Coach
- Oceania Poomsae Coach
Duncan Resare – 4th Dan InstructorClubs:Duncan instructs at Zillmere and attends MitcheltonContact Details:firstname.lastname@example.orgStarted Training:January 2000Qualifications:
- Senior First Aid
- Blue Card
- Poomsae Judge
Nils Resare – 2nd DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Instructor
Talia – 2nd DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Instructor
Stuart Eggar – 2nd DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Black Belt
Tim Eggar – 1st DanClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Black Belt
Samuel – Cho Dan BoClubs:Contact Details:Started Training:January 1970Qualifications:Black Belt