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Integrity martial arts dorset
Kickboxing, Taekwondo and Self Defense Training in Dorset. We have multiple location including Bournemouth, Broadmayne, Pool, Broadstone and Shillingstone. Our certified professional trainers offer adult and kids classes, private lessons as well as company team building activities.
+44 7949 567 156
11 Montrose Dr, Bournemouth BH10 4AY, United Kingdom
TORI FARRAN & SAM NOURSE
+44 7734 76 2206 (Tori)
+44 7827 013 242 (Sam)
7th Degree black belt
Taekwondo Instructor for Blandford and Wimborne
+44 7950 218 979
4th Degree black belt
Kickboxing Instructor for Birdport
+44 7805 3344 559
Frequently asked questions
Are your martial arts classes in dorset suitable for beginners?
Yes, beginners are welcome to join our ongoing martial arts training in Dorset. As well as support from the group, they receive special attention and guidance from the trainer to help their progress.
What equipment will I need?
Dress comfortably in clothes that allow you to move freely. You will survive your first training without any equipment, however if you already have protective equipment for martial arts please bring them with you. For your and your partners safety you are required to have mouth guards, groin protection for men and boxing gloves as a bare minimum. Shin guards are required above beginner level. Forearm protectors and mma gloves are optional but recommended. Ask your trainer for bundle deals and discounted items and packages.
SHOULD I COME ALONE, OR WITH A FRIEND?
You are welcome to join with a friend or by yourself. All our clubs are friendly and inviting. The classes are designed so that you will quickly settle in. There are various levels of fitness in the classes, so don’t worry if you’re not as fit as some of the other students, you will progress at your own pace with the help of the instructors and the other students. They all remember that they too were beginners at one stage. Stay consistent with your training, and soon you’ll be on the track to success.
Can I still join if I am out of shape or if I have some injuries?
What to expect on my first lesson?
How long does it take to learn martial arts?
There is no short answer to this question. It largely depends on your commitment and dedication to learn, however for many of us, martial arts is a way of life. The warriors way. Bushido