Frequently asked questions.

How much are membership fees?

Memberships are $34.95/wk which includes: - Beginner friendly tuition - Unlimited classes - Access to online training material - Class photos and videos - No joining fees - No lock-in contracts - No cancellation fees - No costs for promotion or grading
- 20% family discount available for siblings attending childrens classes

I work away a lot, the Direct Debit doesn't suit me, is there another option?

Option 1: $220 – for a 10 session pack. Option 2: Drop in sessions. $25 / class. Please still phone and book your place as classes do fill up.

Is there an expiry date on the 10 session package? and can I extend this date if I am not going to use them in time?

The package has an expiry date on issue of 6 months, although this can be extended if you talk to one of our instructors and advise them.

Can I cancel at any time with the Direct Debit, or is there a contract?

There is no minimum term on direct debit. Thereafter, you can cancel anytime with 1 week with notice via email.

What happens if I’m injured or go on holiday - can I stop Direct Debit payments?

For members on an Unlimited membership, you will be able to freeze payments for extended holidays or injuries.
Make up classes can be done for missed classes due to illness.
Notification by email is required.

Do I have to book in for a class?

Bookings prior to classes is essential. It is possible to book in multiple classes up to 7 days in advance. The cut off time for bookings is 1 hour prior to class commencing on the day.

How do I book in to a class?

Please call or SMS 0439 489 818 to speak with our friendly instructors to organise a trial class; be sure to include your name and class wishing to attend. Members are required to book into classes via our booking app

I am not very fit, will I be able to keep up with the classes? And which is the best session time for beginners?

Yes our classes cater for beginners, the very fit and the soon to be fit. All exercises in the class are timed, so you do what you can.
As you go to more classes your fitness level will improve and you will find yourself doing more in the time given. If you want to be pushed let the instructor know and they will get you going!

I want to improve my technique, do instructors work closely with us to ensure we are kicking and punching correctly?

If you are wanting additional and continued input into improving your technique, please just let the instructor know and they will work closely with you to make improvements as they go around.

We also provide private lessons outside class times if you wish to have specialist attention and improve further, just mention your interest to your instructor for more info.

Is one session a week enough to lose weight and improve my cardio?

More sessions are obviously better; we recommend three classes per week for best results. However if you are training once a week in addition to other forms of exercise, even cardio walking twice a week for example, you’ll notice a change – this in conjunction with a healthy diet of course!

What do I need to bring for my first session?

Please wear comfortable clothing such as gym workout gear, thongs for going off and on the matt (we train in bare feat), a water bottle, and a small towel to dry off.

Kids classes; please wear a black t-shirt or ask to borrow one of our spare uniforms.

If you would like to purchase a uniform please see our friendly staff.

What is the minimum Age to begin taking classes?

We accept students from age 4-12yrs for kids classes.

If you child is under 4yrs, please contact us with your interest to join our waiting list and we will contact you after their 4th birthday.

What if I need to drop my child off and come back after class, is that ok?

Yes that is totally fine, just let us know when you arrive that you need to come back after class.

What is Taijutsu?

Taijutsu is a modernised martial art and self defence system with practicality and self-protection as its focus. Our linage and fundamentals derive from ancient samurai and ninja combative styles where we take these century-old principles and concepts and translate them into today’s world.

- Effective striking: Punching and kicking - Blocking and counter movements - Throws, takedowns, sweeps - Joint locks - Restraint holds - Chokes - Ground defences - Pressure points and vital areas - Situational awareness - Agility, speed, power, flexibility, and strength training - Weapons training - Self defence concepts - Protection of others - Meditation

MIND BODY & SPIRIT MIND - Enhancing your education and knowledge BODY - Developing your body to operate at it's peak performance SPIRIT - Unlocking your unlimited human potential If there is something we haven't covered here that you would like to explore, please let us know!