Irish National Taekwon Do Association
The Irish National Taekwon Do Association (INTA) was established in 1991 by grandmaster Brendan O'Toole (IX Degree) and Master. Gerry Martin (VII Degree), who both have experience in Taekwon Do spanning over 35 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.
Grandmaster 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 of over 30 clubs spanning Dublin, Cork, Kildare, Laois, Louth, Westmeath and Meath.
The INTA is an Allied Association with the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF).
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.