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More about Korean Martial Art of Self Defense Taekwon-Do instructor-Ben.

5 Mar 2024

Operating from 115 King Street South, Hastings, Ben is the distinguished founder and president of NZ ITF Taekwon-Do.

Ben Evans, 6th Degree Black Belt and International Instructor in Taekwon-Do, has significantly contributed to the promotion of this Korean Martial Art of Self Defense since 2006. His expertise is deeply rooted in his experiences, having attended international instructor courses led by ITF Technical Director Grand Master Hwang Ho Yong. This global exposure is further enriched by his extensive travels, where he has not only competed but also secured medals in patterns and power breaking at world championships, showcasing his skills on an international stage.

 

Operating from 115 King Street South, Hastings, Ben is the distinguished founder and president of NZ ITF Taekwon-Do. His innovative Inclusive Taekwon-Do program is a testament to his commitment to integrating mainstream and special needs students, fostering an inclusive training environment. Under his guidance, students have achieved international acclaim, with numerous victories in global competitions, including gold at international and world events.

 

Ben's competitive journey includes representing New Zealand at World Championships, excelling in patterns and power breaking. His unique training background blends European style with experiences from past training sessions with the DPR Korea team and in Russia, creating a rich and diverse coaching methodology. His renowned self-defense programs, especially the tailored program for NZ ITF Taekwon-Do members, highlight his ability to adapt training to meet varied community needs.

 

His teaching influence extends across Hawkes Bay, reaching as far as Waikare. Ben's holistic and inclusive teaching philosophy not only hones technical skills but also builds character, affirming his position as a pivotal figure in the Taekwon-Do community.

 

Join Bens class: Taekwon-Do Classes (linkandlearn.nz)

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