In order to demonstrate the benefits of our program, we ask you to try a free private lesson.
Private Lesson, 30 minutes.
Instructor will teach Basic Self Defense (10-15 min), to demonstrate our positive teaching style and self
defense application. Instructor can make better recommendations after working with you.
Discuss Training Program, and answer any questions you may have. (10 mins)
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There is no obligation. In thirty minutes we provide the lesson, provide feedback, answer questions, and find
the best program to suit your needs and goals.
Ten Abilities You will Develop
that you will develop through Martial Arts Training.
Reflecting on positive experiences, and Identifying with inner strength instead of failure.
Control over one's weaknesses, impulses and emotions.
Reliance on your own judgement, resources, and capabilities, which are defined, excercised, and improved through Martial Arts Training.
Release is achieved through physical exertion, and vocalization (yell). Controlled breathing and meditation reduce stress. Training can be a very fun experience and reminds us to enjoy life.
Awareness of the present moment. Acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and sensations, in a calm and effective state.
The physical attribute will increase with the practice of the traditional forms, stances, and as the connection between mind and body increase. Mental balance comes from feeling strong, capable and confident.
Beginning a challenging task, despite fear, and seeing it through. Responding to challenges with ideas and action.
Martial Arts forms, referred to as a 'Kata', or 'Pinan', contain elongated movements and full extensions, resulting in less strain as movement quality improves. Personal instruction may be modified to your physical ability, age and interest.
Martial Arts forms, referred to as a 'Kata', or 'Pinan', develops mental focus. The beginning material is very basic, and as the student advances the length and complexity gradually increases in concert with their ability.
Respect for Others
Seeing others like you meet challenges you have faced. Using empathy and humility to understand them.
Recognizing and avoiding dangerous situations. Understanding personal strengths and weaknesses. Seeing and using weaknesses of attackers to defeat them and avoid injury or death. Protecting others when necessary. Limiting damage of strikes, kicks or falls. Being prepared through regular practice and training.