Bring your kids too! We will have a special kids’ area where they can do coloring, decorating, play games, watch a movie, etc… It will be fun day full of sweet refreshments, games and crafts for kids while you shop!Read More
Check out all the fun our camper have had in yesterday’s and today’s day camp. All this without any video games! 😁😁😁Read More
When you think of the US military, you probably think of high-tech weaponry – smart bombs and things like that. What you might not know is that the martial arts play an important role in military training.Read More
Ten to fourteen-year-olds, for the most part, are the smartest students in the martial arts school. Yes, they are smarter than most adults!
They are also physically competent and can excel in most physical challenges that are presented to them. The problem we discovered is they are so focused on what is socially acceptable that they have a hard time keeping themselves emotionally driven to the task at hand.Read More
Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are in the “dynamo” stage of development.
They are now at a point where basic skills become the foundation for their continued growth. With the right mindset and curriculum, martial arts can help them build a more solid foundation for basic fundamental skills, which are essential for continued development.Read More
The most fun game was Pokemon Dodgeball where kids got to make special moves after getting hit… ;-)Read More
Over 30 girls participated and came together to have fun, be with friends, play games and build confidence. They were learning to combat stress and anxiety by exploring martial arts, play games, do crafts to inspire and uplift each other.Read More
There are many activities available for kids these days to take part in. However, there’s no program which encompasses character development and physical education like martial arts.
There are several reasons why martial arts are amazing for a child’s development, especially when compared to most team sports. Let’s go over some of those reasons.Read More
Kids and parents were practicing “hands on” how it feels when someone calls them names and how to react to it. We then progressed to physical bullying and worked on practical self-defense.Read More