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Timetable

2019 TIMETABLE

To begin your martial arts journey click here.

Beginners can start anytime any class suited to their age group. 

Timetable for Tuesdays in 2020.
 
Tuesday’s February 4th to 25th
  • 5:30pm kids and families.
  • 6:15-6:55pm self training.
  • 7:00-8:30pm training with 콴잔님 Kwanjangnim.
Tuesday’s March 3rd to 31st:
  • 5:30pm kids and families.
  • 6:15-6:55pm self training.
  • 7:00-8:30pm Hapki-Sundo first 5 week course.
Tuesday’s April 7th to 28th TBA.
Tuesday’s programs will be announced a month in advance.
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2020 timetable:

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
5:30pm Kids and parents

5:30pm-6:10pm Kids and parents

5:30pm Kids and parents

5:30pm Kids and parents + Junior Black Belt class

9am (starting 4th February) Kids and parents

6:30pm Mixed all ages

6:15pm-6:50pm Open mat - self training


6:30pm Mixed all ages

6:15pm-6:50pm Open mat - self training


10:15am Teenagers and adults

7:30pm Teenagers & adults


4th-25th February 7:00-8:00pm training with 콴잔님 Kwanjangnim.


3rd-31st March 7:00-8:30pm HAPKI-SUNDO first 5 week course


7th to 28th April TBA.

7:30pm Teenagers and adults



7:00pm Teenagers and adults



11:30am Workshops

Melbourne Hapkido Academy timetable could change during the year. Announcements will be made here, in Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets.

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2/8 Chingford Street, Fairfield 3078
Melbourne Hapkido Academy

2/8 Chingford Street, Fairfield VIC 3078

Phone: 03 9480 4443

8 Chingford Street Victoria, Australia

It is easy to start martial arts training, simply drop in at our dojang, check us out, have a chat about your martial arts training and start.

Or contact us via the form below or phone : (03) 9480 4443


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