Ideal For Children

Children's Class

A growing number of parents are choosing the Martial Arts for their son or daughter over the more traditional recreational activities. They have discovered that the Martial Arts ALLOWS THE CHILD TO DEVELOP AT HIS/HER NATURAL PACE WITH A MINIMUM OF THE DISCOURAGEMENT that usually accompanies such endeavors, while at the same time providing an INCENTIVE TO ACHIEVE through perseverance and individual effort.

Contrary to popular myth, which portrays the Martial Arts as either violent or aggressive, it subdues the overly aggressive, hyperactive child and draws out the more passive, introverted child. Many parents have remarked on the positive changes they have observed in the child after a few months of training.

For the growing child, whether, a preschooler or a teenager, the Martial Arts instills the MENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISCIPLINE necessary for a healthy adult life. At the same time, it allows participation in a stimulating environment in which the child can HAVE FUN AND LEARN TO INTERACT with others.

                                                                                                                    

RULES OF CONDUCT

Always bow to a Master and to Senior Ranking Belts.

Always bow when entering or exiting the training floor.

Bow to a partner before and after sparring.

When an Instructor gives a command, move quickly without questions.

Any questions should be saved for the rest periods.

Be quiet during class.

Remove shoes before entering the training floor.

All students must remain in the school during training time. If you must leave, permission must be requested from the Instructor.

All students must wear approved uniforms.

Always respond to a Master and Senior Belts with "Yes, Sir" and "No, Sir".

Keep the school clean (this includes the dressing rooms).

No smoking is permitted in the school.

Respect the training you receive and do not misuse it.

Only authorized personnel are permitted in the office. If you desire to speak to the Master, knock before entering.

Students who fail to follow the rules will not be instructed and will terminate their privilege to continue classes at the Academy.

                                                                                                                    

Student Creed

Be Patient

Be Polite

Be Alert

Be Brave

Do Your Best

Respect Yourself and Others

And Always Be Honest