Master Instructor

      Dale Exon (Melton Full Time Centre)
Master Exon training in Seoul South Korea, Haedong Gumdo
  • 4th Dan Taekwondo Changmokwan/Kukkiwon
  • International Instructor certification with Taekwondo Changmookwan
  • Certificate of Merit – The Korean Taekwondo Association/Taekwondo Jidokwan
  • Queensland high performance squad -Taekwondo Queensland 2009/2010
  • Australia Day award nomination 2013 Coach/Administrator
  • Australia Day award recipient 2015 Coach/Administrator.
  • Queensland State Champion – 2007/2008/2009/2010/2011/2012
  • National Champion Sparring and Poomsae 2009/2010/2011
  • Multiple club/local competition winner.2006-2015
  • Nationally Qualified Poomsae Judge, Referee and Coach
  • Coached multiple state, national and international level taekwondo champions – 2006-2015.
  • Senior 1st Aid Qualified
  • Blue Card and working With Children Checks (QLD & VIC)

 

Senior Instructor

   Leeola Schaefer
  • 2nd Dan Taekwondo Changmookwan/Kukkiwon (Melton Thursdays)
  • Blue Card and working With Children Checks (QLD & VIC)
  • Senior 1st Aid Qualified
  • NCAS Level 1

 

Senior Instructor

Stacey Rummenie
  • 2nd Dan Taekwondo Changmookwan (Chinchilla Tuesday and Thursdays)
  • Blue Card (QLD)
  • Senior 1st Aid Qualified

Senior Instructor

Sally Crothers
  • 2nd Dan Taekwondo Changmookwan (Chinchilla Tuesday and Thursdays)
  • Blue Card (QLD)
  • Senior 1st Aid Qualified

 

My taekwondo journey began in January 2011, in Chinchilla when my boys wanted to start taekwondo. After two weeks of watching I decided it would be a good way to get fit, so decided to “give it a go”. I clearly remember, about six months later, our instructor asked us what our goals were, and my response was “I will be pleased to get to a blue belt.” Over the years however, I kept on striving higher, and suddenly in September 2014 found myself grading for my black belt. This was truly one of the most nerve wracking experiences I have ever been through, not least because it was now something I desperately wanted!! By this time I had one son who was already a black belt who I had to spar against, and my other son who was grading for his black belt with me!! The drive over to Kingaroy for the grading was a fairly tense affair!! Fast forward two years and I am now a 2nd dan and instructing in the club I joined as a white belt. This has been a whole new journey in my taekwondo career, and one that I am finding challenging and rewarding in equal measure. Over the years my enjoyment of taekwondo has only grown. My daughter and husband have also taken it up, and with my whole family now involved, it is lovely to have a sport we all participate in. It truly is beneficial to the mind, body and soul. Society would be a better place if everyone lived by the values we espouse, of modesty, self restraint , humility, high moral standards and integrity. Sally Crothers