Thoree Taekwondo

London Colney, St. Albans

A family friendly Taekwondo club based in London Colney, St. Albans, run by fully qualified instructor Mr Thoree V Degree. Mr Thoree is an experienced instructor who has been running Taekwondo clubs for the past 20 years.

The Thoree TKD school is part of UKGT  guided by the leadership of Senior Master B Sahota VIII Degree.

UKGT are members of the International Taekwondo Federation ( ITF ) & Members of the British Taekwondo council BTC and a founder member of the GBITF

Join Us

We're always happy to welcome new members, bring the family along the first lesson is free!

If you decide to join there is a £45 joining fee, which includes registration and your Dobok.

Classes cost from just £22 per month for up to 3 lessons per week

For a free trial lesson call Mr Thoree on 07796240001 or contact us via Facebook

Class Times

Classes are normally between 1 - 1.5 hours in duration, they consist of warm up exercises including stretching, floor drills, aerobic exercises, sparring and patterns

Childrens Classes (Ages 6-11)

Saturday 09:30-10:30 - St Peters Church Hall, London Colney, St Albans

Classes taught by Miss Jada Thoree III Degree

Family Classes (Ages 5+)

Monday 18:00-19:30 - St Peters Church Hall, London Colney, St Albans

Wednesday 19:00-20:00 - Charters Health Club, 59 Russet Drive, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL4 0DB

Friday 17:00-18:15 - Charles Morris Hall, Tyttenhangerpark, St Albans

Adults Only Classes (Ages 18+)

Friday 1:30 - 2:15pm - Stevenage Healthworks


Colour Belt gradings are held every 3 months to assess progress and comprise of; Patterns, Floor Exercises, Measures for Break and Sparring

There are 10 coloured belts in Taekwondo leading up to black belt.


The club takes part in regular competitions held by UKGT and other organisations and all students are encourages to take part.

Competitions usually comprise of Points and Continuous Sparring, Patterns, Special Techniques and Power.


Taekwondo is a Korean martial art, it means 'Hand and Foot Technique'.

Taekwondo was formally recognized as martial art in Korea in 11th April 1955 by Korean General Choi Hong Hi.

ITF Taekwondo has 24 patterns representing one day or the entire life of mankind, because compared to the universe the lifespan of man is but a day.

Taekwondo is for anyone who wishes to learn it. Its open to male and female of all ages and builds.

People who have a disability or suffer from a previous injury can still benefit from Taekwondo as the training can be differentiated to suit your ability.