Teen's Classes

              Self Defense                                       Anti Bullying

              Confidence                                          Agility

              Stamina                                               Concentration
             Coordination                                       Focus

Ages 13 - 17

KMA Program
Korean Martial Arts  
Mondays 5:30-6:30pm
Tuesdays 5:30-6:15pm
Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm
                               Being an ancient art form of Korea this is our “Traditional” class where the child will learn
                               entry combinations, proper kicking, throws, locks, pressure point strikes and much more!

     Forms, commonly referred to as “Kata” , "Hyung" or "Poomse", are a set pattern of movements designed to build              cocentration, memory and responsive actions, and been said to contain the “secrets” of self-defense. 
     Proper body structure is focused on as to build flexibility, strength and stability. 
     Children will learn how one movement can be applied to different attack situations.
                             This class is a Mixed Martial Art of Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Jujitsu, Kung Fu and Judo.

FMA Program
Filipino Martial Arts  
Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm
Saturdays 10:30-11:30am

                                                                          Strikes              Kicks             Sweeps              Locks 

FMA focuses on the use of 28” sticks as the main way of learning self-defense. Teens like the twirling action and the sound of the sticks clashing together. This makes them enthusiastic to practice what they are learning and desire to progress. The drills and movements learned are then used without the sticks, which is where we now get into practical and effective empty-hand self defense. The students see how what they are learning with sticks can easily be used with just their hands. As they practice with their sticks outside of class they are actually practicing empty hand self defense.  The sticks just make it fun to practice.

FMA is not all about just hitting either. It builds coordination, agility, stamina, concentration & focus. The student gains enough self-confidence to walk away from confrontational situations. With the knowledge of being able to defend yourself you have no need to use it unless absolutely necessary.