Enhance Mobility & Fitness In A Fun, Relaxed Environment

Over 50s Martial Arts

A great way to stay active and meet new people!

Our Over 50’s classes have a special focus on people who have retired from work, but definitely, do not want to be retired from life.

As we age, exercise becomes increasingly important to keep our bodies functional and our minds sharp. Retirement also presents a new set of challenges to us as we exit from the workforce. Loss of social connections, inactivity and a loss of mental challenges can take all a toll on our bodies.

The right type of exercise that enhances health as we age is important. The classes are for those who need a physical activity that will be kind to the body and joints, keep the mind sharp, while enhancing health without causing injuries.

Our over 50's classes are the perfect way to exercise in a friendly, co-operative and social environment. What is great too is that you don't have to get involved in that whole impersonal gym/ cardio exercise scene with noisy music, loud instructors, and trim, fit bodies all around.

Our unique and gentle form of exercise enhances mobility, improves fitness, strengthens the core, and keeps the joints moving!

No martial arts experience is needed!

  • Mental Health
  • Fitness With Purpose
  • Social Life

Mental Health

Staying active keeps the mind sharp!

Fitness With Purpose

By learning new physical skills, cognitive abilities are enhanced. The body and brain are both challenged and develop together.

Social Life

Exercise with your peers, make new friends!

Learn Goal-Setting Skills

Belt testing provides an excellent exercise for kids in learning how to set and achieve goals. Their self-esteem will continue to rise with each accomplishment as they watch their hard work pay off.

Improve Focus and Self-Control

Complex physical activities such as martial arts have proven to strengthen the brain’s neural networks, helping kids improve their focus and self-control. This can be especially beneficial for kids with ADD/ADHD.

A Strong Sense of Respect

The traditional nature of martial arts teaches kids respect in their classes, whether they are taking a bow or waiting patiently for the next set of instructions. This sense of respect also helps kids improve their grades, while improving their listening skills at home and in school.
What Other Members Are Saying
  • Chris M.

    My training in Choi Kwang Do started in 2008 when my ability to take part in sports declined, and I had heard CKD could help. Over the previous 10 years, I had suffered back pain and I had gone fro... - read all reviews
  • Jeannette Hume

    This is a great place for kids and adults to learn great sportsmanship and to set goals in life. I am very happy with the staff here they are always pleasant and helpful. - read all reviews
  • Happy Lady

    Thank you so much for introducing the Ladies Only classes. The female instructors are supportive, encouraging and patient, allowing me to learn at my own pace without pressure or intimidation. I a... - read all reviews
  • A.P.

    Ever since my son started martial arts training, his grades have improved at school, and his behaviour is better at home. I am really impressed at the way he has developed. - read all reviews
  • Kelly-ann Mitchell

    My son hasn't looked back since joining he absolutely loves Choi Kwang Do. The support and generous spirit of this place is second to none. I cannot recommend the Academy enough for young and old a... - read all reviews
  • T.J.

    No egos or attitudes here. Sound instructional technique coupled with well structured and varied training programs. Martial arts plus life skills/qualities. - read all reviews
  • Chloe Gibson

    Very excepting of all ages and exercise ability. Have been having lots of fun here. - read all reviews
  • Donna Larcom

    A great place to try Choi Kwang Do, great staff and a well set up location- the first few times are free if you want to try it out! - read all reviews
  • Angela Busst Adagra

    My 5 year old daughter wanted to try martial arts and she loves this. The people are lovely and encouraging. - read all reviews
  • Wendy Blezard

    Thank you so very much - my dear Lily has been the happiest I have seen her in a very long while since she has started with your centre. THANK YOU!!!! - read all reviews
    Frequently Asked Questions
    What Age Groups Are Available for Adult Martial Arts?

    Our Teen & Adults Martial Arts program is for ages 13 & up. We also offer a Ladies Only class as well as family classes for ages 5 and up.

    Due to the fluid movements of CKD, our martial art is suitable even for older people or those undergoing rehabilitation from injuries or surgery. 

    I Love All the Benefits Such as Confidence, Self-Esteem, and Focus … But Is It Fun?

    Our Martial Arts classes' primary goal is to make sure our students have fun in a enjoyable, safe environment. Come and see a class for yourself - we all have a blast and our instructors do too.

    What Happens After I Purchase the Trial Offer?

    You will receive an email with instructions on how to schedule your first class. One of our instructors will call you, or you may call the school directly.

    Are There Long Membership Commitments?

    We offer fortnightly billing on our memberships that can be started and stopped at any time, as well as savings on longer plans.

    Do I Need to Have Previous Experience or Any Particular Fitness Level to Enroll in Martial Arts Classes?

    No, our classes are a good mix of men and women of all fitness levels. Beginners train alongside some of the more experienced members, helping each other out in an enjoyable team environment.

    Will I Be "Fighting" Other Members?

    No, you learn a safe and practical way to defend yourself. Choi Kwang Do is a non-combat style that focuses on natural body movements to enhance functional fitness and body health while students learn automatic self defence responses.