About The INTA
The Irish National Taekwon-Do Association (INTA) was established in 1991 by Grand Master Brendan O'Toole (IX Degree) and Master Gerry Martin (VII Degree), who both have experience in Taekwon-Do spanning over 40 years. The association was set up with the aim of providing it's members with the highest quality instruction possible in ITF style Taekwon-Do as taught by the founder, General Choi Hong-Hi.
Master O'Toole and Master Val Douglas (VIII Degree) now Lead the constitutionally elected board of the Association and oversee its smooth running and day to day activities. These activities include; gradings, seminars, instructors classes and competitions serving the entire membership consisting over 35 clubs spanning Dublin, Cork, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Louth, Meath and Westmeath.
The INTA are constantly promoting ITF Taekwon-Do and actively encourage black-belts to open new clubs and also to welcome existing Taekwon-Do clubs to the ITF system.