Total Kickboxing Classes are open to males and females of all ages and covers all aspects of Kickboxing, Kick Fit / Box Fit, K-1 style, Low Kick, Street Defence, Street Awareness and General fitness training including, Strength, Flexibility, Balance, Physical-Coordination, Speed, Aerobic & Anaerobic conditioning Grading, Competitions, Pad, Bag and Shield work. Everything is optional to you.

Code of Ethics for Children in Sport:

We follow Code of Ethics for Children in Sport as advised by Sport Ireland. Our Children’s Officer is Sensei Patricia O Hanlon

The Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport in Ireland is for the benefit of everyone involved in children’s sport – children, parents/guardians and Sports Leaders, etc. By following the principles, policy and practice guidelines contained in the Code, adult sport leaders are playing their part in providing an enjoyable and safe environment in which children can learn and thrive. As citizens, adults have a responsibility to protect children from harm and to abide by government guidelines in responding to and reporting child protection concerns. This responsibility exists wherever such concerns might arise, whether inside or outside sport. Guidelines contained in the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport in Ireland took account of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and are in accordance with government guidelines in the documents Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children (IRL) and Our Duty to Care (N.I.). The guidelines contained in the Code are complimentary to, and do not substitute, the government guidelines, which should be available within sports clubs/organisations. The Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport is built upon a number of core principles relating to the importance of childhood, the needs of the child, integrity and fair play, and relationships and safety in children’s sport. It addresses issues relating to the roles and responsibilities of all involved in children’s sport, and underpins the importance of policies and procedures in providing quality leadership for children in sport. It outlines principles of good practice and child protection policy and procedures. The full application of the Code of Ethics and Good Practice for Children’s Sport by everyone in sport will help to ensure the promotion of happy, healthy and successful experiences for children and their Sports Leaders.

It’s most important to remember that whether it’s cardio-focused or full-contact, a kickboxing class is not a kickboxing tournament — it’s just practice. The students are there to learn a new skill, get in shape, and have fun. While the contact aspect can be daunting, remember that there’s no obligation to do anything you’re not yet comfortable with, and there’s plenty of time to improve