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Turton School of Choi Kwang Do

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What is Choi Kwang Do?


Choi Kwang Do is a modern martial art that utilises natural body movement to make its techniques powerful for self defence and intuitive to learn.

Due to this natural movement, minimal stress is placed on the body while the Choi Kwang Do drills are designed to maximise the health and fitness of its students.

What is the history of Choi Kwang Do?

Choi Kwang Do was founded by Grand Master Kwang Jo Choi in 1987 after injuries he sustained through traditional martial arts led him to research alternate, less damaging training methods.

Since its inception in the US it has spread across the globe, becoming a truly international martial art.

Further information can be found on the Choi Kwang Do International website.

What can you tell me about Turton School of Choi Kwang Do?

The school was first opened in January 2013 by Miss Kimberly Ralph after she moved from London to Bolton and found there was no Choi Kwang Do school nearby.

Turton School of Choi Kwang Do is an inclusive, welcoming school aiming to grow and establish itself in the local community. Our goal is to improve the fitness and wellbeing of our students, giving as many people the gift of Choi Kwang Do as possible.

The corner stone of our school is to provide each student with the support and personal attention they need to enable them to achieve their goals, both within Choi Kwang Do and in life.

If you are not yet a student, contact us today to arrange your free taster class and see how we can help you.

What does Choi Kwang Do mean?

Choi Kwang Do means "the art of Grand Master Kwang Choi"

How can Choi Kwang Do benefit me?

Whether you are looking to improve your fitness, lose weight, learn self defence, make new friends in a non-competitive environment or increase your confidence, Choi Kwang Do is the martial art for you.

Check out our pages for Adults, Kids and Families for further information.

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