Women In Martial Arts


The IMAC Women In Martial Arts grant scheme encourages members to host martial arts taster events for women. The grants are available to IMAC member organisations and clubs in good standing. For further information please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Women In Martial Arts.

In the IMAC Strategic Plan 2013 - 2016 there is a commitment to the promotion of greater female participation in all aspects of Martial Arts.

During that period IMAC will...

  1. Continue to promote the greater participation of women of all ages in martial arts;
  2. Explore the possibility of holding a Women’s Martial Arts Tournament.
  3. Add a Women in Martial Arts page to the IMAC Website.
  4. Promote greater participation of women at all levels of decision making in IMAC
  5. Develop specific material to promote the greater participation of women of all ages in martial arts  (including Coach Tutor).
  6. Conduct research in partnership with member organisations on the portrayal of Sports Women in the Irish Media.

WIMA Grants: As part of this strategy the Irish Martial Arts Commission has secured €3000 in funding from the Irish Sports Council to host a series of Women In Martial Arts 'Taster' events across the country during 2014. If you are a member of IM Ac and are interested in applying for a portion of this grants please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for and an application form will be forwarded to you.

WIMA Poster

IMAC is a National Governing Body for Martial Arts in Ireland, as appointed by the Irish Sports Council.
IMAC, Greenside House, 45 - 47 Cuffe Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
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