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Tiny Tigers Class 

This program is for ages 3 years to 6 years old. The tiger program focuses on increasing motor skills, hand-eye coordination, concentration, through basic martial arts movements and training.



Children and Adult Martial Arts

This program emphasizes courtesy, confidence, self control, respect, fitness, and self defense. The levels are broken up into Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Our basic martial arts program goes from 6 years old and up through adult.



Team Evo

Team Evo is our advanced Olympic Sparring program. This program features top level and world class training for teens and adult athletes looking to train with competition in mind. This program is open to ages 14 years old and up. This class is also where the our top athletes train for their upcoming competitions. The coaches of this program are not only Black Belts, but former national and international competitors and very active coaches. This program is crucial for the development for people who wish to become an elite Taekwondo competitor.



Gongkwon Yusul

Gongkwon Yusul is a modern martial art that follows traditional practices and themes of honor, respect, self control, and discipline. This program includes stand up striking with kicks and punches, a large amount of throws from Judo, and grappling submission techniques from Jujutsu. This is a very practical martial art that incorporates all facets of self defense. More information can be found on our Gongkwon Yusul tab at the top of the page.

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Adult Fitness Class

Our adult fitness class is designed for adults only. This program is designed for individuals to work at their own pace and challenge themselves in a small class setting. The class focuses greatly on core exercise, lower back strength and abdominal muscles. This class uses cross training methods derived from martial arts, yoga, and low impact calisthenics.



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