The Traditional Taekwondo Association was set up by Grandmaster T.K. Loh in 1989 in order to spread Taekwondo the way it was originally intended- as a holistic concept of training the mind and body. The TTA looks to provide its students with an understanding of the capability of the human mind and body, and aims to instil the ideas of mental strength and a persevering spirit.
The TTA also aims to enable its practitioners to focus and concentrate their mind on the varying tasks and obstacles that Taekwondo presents as well as attaining the indomitable spirit to overcome them, thus building their confidence level and providing them with the humility attained through their achievement.
The TTA seeks to provide its students with leadership training and to develop a sense of self-discipline as well as the discipline of their focus, coupled with an ability to conduct themselves with proper decorum and etiquette.
The T.T.A. strives to train its members to the highest level of competitive skills so that they are able to participate at any international arena and be second to none.
The list of officials for the 26th TTA Team Championships.
A write-up and pictures will follow soon.
Grandmaster Park Seminar starts 10.30am at Caledonian University on Sunday the 17th April.
The Seminar will be covered by Martial Arts Illustrated, there will be an opportunity to have your photo with Grandmaster Park and published in MAI.
A reminder to all TTA members: you will be required to produce your licence at all TTA events. Failure to do so will exclude you from the event.
Details about the 4th annual TTA Leeds training course taking place on the 13th and 14th of March 2010.
The list of officials is now available.