We offer a variety of class levels appropriate to the student’s experience and skill level. Our belt system follows the typical Kenpo Karate modern belt system, beginning with white, and working through the colors yellow, orange, purple, blue, green, brown, and finally black. There are varying degrees of advancement within the levels. The belt colors represent rank and seniority. They are an external representation of a martial arts student’s training, education and skills.
Little Dragons – Ages 4 through 6
Our Little Dragons program is a great way to introduce children to martial arts training at an early age. This unique program has been designed to empower small children with the basics of martial arts. This class is filled with upbeat, high-energy drills with tons of encouraging praise and rewards! Children are taught basic martial art technique with a strong emphasis on the mental benefits necessary to pursue their training as they grow older.
Karate Kids – Ages 7 through 10
Our system of karate was designed specifically to meet the physical and emotional needs of children. Each movement taught in our system has a coordinating mental benefit tied to it. Children will learn important life improvement skills such as focus, respect, confidence and self-discipline in a fun and exciting way. Each class also includes a weekly lesson involving topics such as positive thinking, stranger danger, unhealthy peer pressure, goal setting, leadership qualities and many other important subjects.
Teen – Ages 11 through 14
Our pre-teen program was designed to meet the needs of today’s youth. This program ranges in age from 11 to 14 years of age and was created to be challenging and fun. We understand that young men and women face more difficult choices and pressures than ever before. All students are taught practical ways to defend their character as well as their physical bodies.
If you want your child to learn
☆ Listening and concentration skills ☆
☆ Goal setting for high achievers ☆
☆ Safety and bully prevention ☆
☆ How to deal with negative peer pressure ☆