How learning a martial art will benefit your child

  • Focus
    and concentration
  • How to set
    and accomplish goals
  • Mutual respect
    and empathy
  • Self-confidence
    and leadership skills

These are just a few of the great benefits you get from our courses. Learning self-defense with a martial art means learning how to defend yourself. And our course offers so much more than just the physical act of blocking, kicking, and punching; it teaches you how to handle yourself even without physical confrontation. The best way to win a fight, is to not get in one!

Research shows:

  • Children who learn a martial art become
    more assertive and less aggressive.
  • Children who know how to defend themselves usually don't have to, because they carry themselves in a more confident manner, and confidence alone is a deterrent to bullies.
  • Children who train in the martial arts learn the value in
    setting goals and following through to achieve them.
  • Children who achieve their Black Belt have a
    higher tendency to become leaders in society.

Dojo Etiquette

All students are to bow in/out of the studio door and on/off the mat.
No shoes or socks on the mat.
Help maintain the high standard of behavior at this studio by practicing sportsman-like conduct, acting with respect to self and others, and using clean language.
Be respectful of all instructors and elders.
Come to the studio with a clean uniform, clean hair, clean hands, clean feet, and clean teeth. If you are sick, stay home and get well.
Uniform pant legs should be short enough or rolled up to allow foot movement and not drag on the ground. The sleeves should be short enough or rolled up to allow for movement and to see hands during training.
While waiting for instruction, stand at attention stance with eyes forward or watching the instructor. 
Keep a notebook with your technique cards, homework, and any other pertinent information in it. It is a great way to keep track of your progress and to show your accomplishments.