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Mom & Dad,
Teaching children to know right from wrong is one of the toughest challenges parents have to face.
Seven to nine-year olds are what most people consider "the golden age." They are proficient in their vocabulary and problem-solving skills, yet they are not at the age where they want complete independence from adults.
The problem we discovered is they still lack core skills, and although they are highly intelligent, they struggle to keep up with students ages 10 and up. The solution we found is to provide them with their own program that targets their stage of development in a manner that adapts to their adventurous attitude and youthful nature while at the same time building skills that set them up for success.
Teaching Self-Defense Skills
We focus on the personal development aspect of martial arts, not just self-defense moves.
Our instructors are all professionally trained and qualified to teach martial arts.
Our facility is always clean and features a viewing area for parents, as well as matted floors throughout.
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Our students regularly go on to join Ivy schools and become community leaders. The values they learn during their martial arts journey are the same you teach at home and last a lifetime.
Social interaction teaches kids how to effectively work as part of a team.
Martial Arts helps improve coordination and is an excellent form of exercise.
Building healthy habits early on can help prevent obesity and diabetes later in life.
Complex physical activities such as martial arts have proven to strengthen the brain’s neural networks, helping kids improve their focus and self-control. This can be especially beneficial for kids with ADD/ADHD.
The traditional nature of martial arts teaches kids respect in their classes, whether they are taking a bow or waiting patiently for the next set of instructions. This sense of respect also helps kids improve their grades, while improving their listening skills at home and in school.
We have a Mini Monster program for ages 5-6. We have programs for ages 7-10, and ages 11-15. Martial arts are great for kids! Our classes will help your child become fit and build self-confidence!
We offer month-to-month memberships, as well as savings on longer plans.
The UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) is an organization, not a type of fighting. Fighters that compete in UFC events train in the disciplines of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, boxing, kickboxing, and wrestling. So yes, we technically offer classes in “UFC fighting” but we prefer to call each martial art by its correct name. If you are interested in becoming a mixed martial arts (or UFC) fighter you must first develop a strong base of boxing, kickboxing, wrestling, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
We don’t have a specific training requirement. This is your membership and you will get out of it what you put into it. If you train once per week you will learn the skills, but if you train three or five times per week you will learn at a much more accelerated pace. We understand that many people have busy schedules and simply encourage you to train as often as you can. We believe that training three times per week will produce good results for most people!
Yes! Professor Kevin Scott is the first ever Caio Terra Association black belt, under nine time BJJ world champion, Caio Terra!
Kevin has never been into formalities. You can refer to Kevin as coach, instructor, professor, or just by his first name!
Our martial arts classes' primary goal is to make sure our students have fun in a playful, safe environment. Come and see a class for yourself - the kids have a blast and our instructors do too.
No, our classes are a good mix of boys and girls of all fitness levels. Beginners train alongside some of the more experienced kids, helping each other out in a fun team environment.