The study of martial arts requires intense focus and self-discipline. We teach kids that their attitude and focus have far more to do with their success than anything else. Over time, kids who learn martial arts develop the ability to avoid distractions that might keep them from achieving their goals.
Yes. Kids who study martial arts learn that hard and persistent work pays off. Each small success helps children believe in themselves and have faith they can achieve their next goal.
Martial arts instruction focuses on the pursuit of small, achievable goals. Any student can learn martial arts, and our personalized instruction ensures that kids who have physical challenges can still advance.
No. Our instructors are experienced working with children of all abilities and ages. Your child will learn at a pace that is comfortable for them, and in environment that puts their physical safety first.
If your child is reluctant, we will work with them to help them register a series of successes to build their confidence. Especially at the beginning, it’s easy for students to advance and see the fruits of their labor. Building on those accomplishments can help even the most reluctant student be enthusiastic about martial arts.
Martial arts training teaches focus, discipline, self-control, and respect. These traits help children let go of petty grievances and learn to pay attention to the things that are most important to their future success.
Yes. We talk to kids about the way of life of a successful martial artist. They learn that their bodies can only do what they have fuel to do – and part of that is eating healthy food.
Yes. Regular physical activity is a must for kids who want to lose weight. Our classes give kids a serious cardiovascular workout and help them burn calories. The training they experience also builds muscle mass which can improve their metabolism.
No. Martial arts training does not teach aggression. It teaches control, self-respect, and respect for others. It teaches children to channel their aggression into positive things.
Yes. Kids who bully other children often do so out of fear or a feeling of inadequacy. With martial arts instruction, they learn to respect themselves and others, and to have the confidence to resolve problems without aggression.