Kids Martial Arts

Will Martial Arts make my kid violent?
No way! In fact, martial arts makes kids calmer and more respectful than ever. Martial arts always has been about peace, and it always will be.
Can my child get injured with Martial Arts?
As a parent, I'm sure you've seen that kids can get injured doing just about anything. Martial arts is no different, however we take safety very seriously here. Yes, injuries do sometimes happen. But we do everything in our power to avoid them. We do special exercises and stretches to make your child's body limber and flexible.
My child isn't athletic. Can they still participate in Martial Arts if
they're not athletic?
Absolutely. Martial Arts teaches kids to be coordinated, flexible and strong. Kids who don't naturally have these qualities develop them. Kids who do have these qualities grow them even more.
Are these Martial Arts classes fun?
Yes! After all, these are children we're dealing with here. And kids love their fun. We do a variety of games and activities that have kids howling with laughter, and constantly smiling. We work hard here - but we play just as hard.

Personal Instructor

Q: What type of results can I expect to achieve in working with you?
A: Exceptional results. That's why you hire us as professionals. In fact, we're so confident in our coaching services that we guarantee your results 100% or your money back.
Q: How often should I train?
A: There are no set rules for how often to train with us. Some students come 3 or 4x a week while others come only 1 or 2x. The best thing to do is to come regularly. The benefits of Personal Training can be felt after only a couple of sessions, so we believe that you will find the right number that works best for your body, schedule, and life.
Q: What exactly does a Personal Trainer do?
A: Our personal trainers are highly skilled and nationally certified and have many roles when working with a client. Your personal trainer will serve as a coach, instructor and motivator. It is the personal trainer's job to assess your current physical and mental state; establish specific, achievable goals based on your objectives; design an individualized program; and do whatever it takes to keep you on track to getting results.