Testimonials

I was the type of person who never wanted to stand out in a crowd. Now four years later, I am still training and enjoying the benefit of my efforts… I have lost weight! My sugar levels are more stable. I feel fitter and I am more confident!

I have this to say to any prospective student… make the journey to a better life style and you will be rewarded for your efforts!

Instructor Dale demonstrating combination breaking techniques
Instructor Dale during his 2nd Dan examination
Instructor Dale demonstrating a reflex kick
Instructor Dale - forefist punch through roofing tiles
Instructor Dale as a 6th Gup Student
Instructor Dale as a 2nd Gup Student
Instructor Dale as a 7th Gup student

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Chermside Taekwon-Do International Taekwon-Do Federation Instructor Dale Morden in Brisbane

Meet Boosabum Dale Morden

Boosabum Dale Morden commenced his Taekwon-Do training in August 2010 and in December 2013 he was promoted to 1st Dan.

 

In May 2015, Boosabum Dale completed the six month Assistant Instructor course and was appointed to the Chermside branch as an Assistant Instructor.

 

Boosabum Dale was promoted to 2nd Dan in November 2015 by Sabum Kris Richardson 6th Dan, who is the Chief Instructor for the International Taekwon-Do Federation Wide Bay.

 

Boosabum Dale continues to share his Taekwon-Do knowledge with the students of the International Taekwon-Do Federation South East Queensland. 

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November 2010
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June 1997
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September 2007

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Meet Sabum Anthony Coleman

Sabum Anthony commenced his Taekwon-Do training in March 1984 within Rhee International Taekwon-Do under Master Graham Moulden, who was at that stage a 2nd Dan Black Belt and Regional Instructor for Wide Bay and Central Queensland.

In September 1986, Sabum Anthony (who was then a 2nd gup student) was appointed as an Assistant Instructor at the West Bundaberg Branch of Rhee International Taekwon-Do. On 1st June 1987, Mr Coleman was graded to 1st Dan Black Belt by Master Chong Chul Rhee, who was at that stage a 7th Dan Master Instructor.

For the next 30 years, Sabum Anthony has continued to teach Taekwon-Do across the Wide Bay Burnett and South East Queensland regions.

In October 2013, Sabum Anthony was promoted to 6th Dan by Master Rober Lai, who at at stage an 8th Dan Master within the International taekwon-Do Federation. 

Sabum Anthony continues to teach Taekwon-Do and is the Chief Instructor for the International Taekwon-Do Federation South East Queensland.