No, unfortunately you have to pay the standard monthly fee which covers 2 classes weekly even if you only plan to attend 1 day out of the week. Our program is structured around 2 classes weekly and we do not currently have a program based around attendance once a week.
Each class is 50 minutes long.
Anything comfortable as long as it is appropriate to train in. As far as footwear goes most of our students train barefoot. If you do not wish for your child to train barefoot they are allowed to wear GRIP socks or any type of boxing/martial arts shoes.
Our program is currently available during the school year and can be ongoing based on how long you want your child to train. The longer they stay with us the more advanced techniques they will learn as they work towards improving previously taught techniques. They will also begin to use the techniques taught in light contact sparring.
Progress depends on your child and the effort they put forth in class and at home. If your child is not practicing at home or trying in class, their progress will take longer to show compared to others. However, if your child is trying and practicing at home and you still feel as though they are not quite at the level of their peers please keep in mind that every child is different and may not progress as fast as a peer in class. This does not mean they are necessarily behind.
Absolutely, we would love to be notified and the student must have their necessary medical equipment or they cannot partake in class.
Due to limited space, we prefer only one adult per child and not both parents or more than one person at a time per child.
For MMA, they will need a blue judo gi and MMA gloves. For boxing, just boxing gloves are required in the beginning. We will notify you when your child/children are fit and ready for sparring gear.
Absolutely! Self control is key to the study of martial arts, and our students learn this very early in training that they must learn to control themselves in and out of the gym.
Yes. Martial arts is built on focus, self-control, discipline, respect and indomitable spirit. These skills help our students concentrate and show discipline in and out of the gym.
Absolutely not, we teach our students soft skills like conflict resolution to teach them that violence is not the way.
Yes. Martial arts can definitely help with this. Studying martial arts will increase their confidence resulting in them knowing what they're capable of and believing in themselves. They begin to have complete faith that they can achieve anything life throws at them.