• Funded Teenage Ladies Self defence 16-week course starting soon. Register as soon as you can as there is a time limit, up to 25 ladies needed. Parents and daughters must attend my Academy in Blackpill beforehand to attend a preliminary lesson or two with me, for a minimum cost.

  • Self defence and fitness for women in their 60s who still want to keep fit. Keep your muscles firm and flexible through practising Tae Kwon Do Forms. They help with balance, posture, self-defence and breathing. Get more confident in social settings and when travelling. This class is held at my home in Gorseinon' or at Vivian Hall, Blackpill.

For more information contact Jenny Treasure's Martial Arts Academy now.

General Choi Hong Hi, 10th Dan

Photo of the Founder

Here I leave Tae Kwon Do for mankind as a trace of a man of the late 20th Century. The 24 patterns represent 24 hours a day or all my life."

Tribute to the late Founder

The late General Choi Hong Hi created, developed and introduced the art of Tae Kwon Do in Korea in 1946.

There are 24 patterns or tuls that he created which were named after Korean heroes. Embedded in his reason for the 24 patterns lies a moral philosophy. He asserts that the life of a human being, perhaps a 100 years, in relation to eternity, can also be referred to as one day, 24 hours in relation to the 24 patterns or all of their lives. If this is the case, then why do people enslave themselves in materialism, as if they will live forever, whilst others try to leave behind a good spiritual legacy?


I started Tae Kwon Do in Singapore in 1970 whilst serving with the British Royal Air Force, at a time when Tae Kwon Do was unheard of within Europe, and have trained with several Tae Kwon Do organisations in the UK.

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