Best Martial Arts Classes in Hobart

Best Martial Arts Classes in Hobart
Martial Arts Training in a Gym. Source: BS

Below is a list of the top and leading Martial Arts Classes in Hobart. To help you find the best Martial Arts Classes located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

This article is updated every 3-4 months.

Hobart’s Best Martial Arts Classes:

The top rated Martial Arts Classes and coaches in Hobart are:

  • Gerry Young – Hobart Martial Arts Academy
  • Steven Welch – Tae Kwon Do Tasmania
  • Kimekai Karate Tasmania

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Hobart Martial Arts Academy

Gerry Young - Hobart Martial Arts Academy
Gerry Young – Hobart Martial Arts Academy

Gerry Young began his martial arts training in Hapkido and started to incorporate BJJ in his training in 2002 with Adam Newton. Gerry has instructed at several gyms including Tigers Eye Muay Thai and  BJJ Hobart. Gerry also studied and instructed at Hybrid Training Centre, a Mixed Martial Arts gym. Gerry was awarded his black belt in BJJ by Adam Newton and Thiago Stefanutti in October 2016, making Gerry one of the first in the state to reach this rank.

Gerry has extensive experience coaching all aspects of BJJ, submission wrestling and MMA and has coached dozens of successful BJJ competitors and MMA fighers. Gerry is also an experienced MMA ref and judge. Gerry is also a massage therapist working with clients of all ages on a variety of soft tissue and joint issues.

Products/Services:

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), Kids Martial Arts, Personal Training/Strength & Conditioning, Remedial Massage & Body Work

LOCATION:

AddressLoinah Cres, Montagu Bay TAS 7018
Phone: 0401 053 958
Website: www.hobartmartialartsacademy.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Awesome gym to train. I’ll be back.” – Tony

Tae Kwon Do Tasmania

Steven Welch - Tae Kwon Do Tasmania
Steven Welch – Tae Kwon Do Tasmania

Steven Welch is a professional Master Instructor and a dedicated chief examiner of Tae Kwon Do. Master Steven set up the school 21 years ago here in Hobart. During this time he has been teaching the Tasmanian community effective self-defence Tae Kwon Do.

Products/Services:

Tae Kwon Do for Kids & Adult

LOCATION:

AddressHeadquarters Gym, 57 Brisbane St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6249 8377
Website: www.taekwondotasmania.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Very professional, try these guys out first. One of my sons spent 17 years training under Steve ended up with his own class. Another son spent 10 years and finished with an intermediate black belt. Great for their confidence, no one bothered them at school great feeling when you know they won’t be bullied.” – Don Standen

Kimekai Karate Tasmania

Kimekai Karate Tasmania
Kimekai Karate Tasmania

Kimekai Karate Tasmania has evolved from the traditional Shitoryu Karate system in Japan, to a dynamic Martial arts which combines traditional values of respect and discipline with modern teaching methods. The result is a style which offers the individual the ultimate in personal development as well as self defence and traditional training. Kimekai is suitable for men and women of all ages because of its emphasis on effective technique as opposed to brute strength. They offer a balanced program involving all aspects of combat including punching, kicking, blocking, throwing and grappling – an all round activity designed to achieve results regardless of age and fitness level.  Not only will you increase your strength, fitness, flexibility and co-ordination but you will also improve your concentration, self discipline and confidence.

Products/Services:

Shitoryu Karate, Martial Arts

LOCATION:

AddressMount Stuart Memorial Hall, Byard St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 0497 069 949
Website: www.taskarate.com.au

REVIEWS:

“It’s a privilege to have this karate school in Tasmania. My son is really enjoying it.” Dan P.

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