Confidence, especially in our martial arts classes, is the difference between what a child can actually do vs what they think they can do. You’ll see them grow more and more confident, and confront new
challenges both inside and outside of our school.
The most important thing your child will get in our classes is a tremendously positive sense of self. They’ll be able to objectively recognize things they need to improve (homework, family interaction, physical effort), and they’ll take pride in the things they get right. This will be invaluable for them as adults.
If they ever need it, your child will absolutely be able to defend themselves physically. But far more importantly, they’ll be able to fend off the mental onslaught of peer pressure and the emotional weight of bullying and unkind behavior. These are skills they’ll desperately need as they grow older.
If you want your kids to stay healthy, they have to enjoy their exercise. Our classes are so much fun, your child will beg to come. They’ll actually love doing pushups, jumping jacks and crunches. They’ll take pride in their improved flexibility and stamina, and they’ll leave class everyday sweating and smiling.
Karate is now predominantly a striking art using punching, kicking, knee strikes, elbow strikes and open-hand techniques such as knife-hands, spear-hands and palm-heel strikes.
Only with a clear mind and conscience can the practitioner understand the knowledge which he receives. One should be inwardly humble and outwardly gentle. Only by behaving humbly can one be open to Karate's many lessons. This is done by listening and being receptive to instruction. Courtesy is of prime importance. Karate is properly applied only in those rare situations in which one must defend themselves or others.
Chitō-ryū is a style of karate founded by Dr. Tsuyoshi Chitose. it is categorized as an Okinawan style of Karate, It is taught and practiced throughout the world.
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art based on ground fighting and submission holds. It focuses on the skill of taking an opponent to the ground, controlling one's opponent, gaining a dominant position, and using a number of techniques to force them into submission.
The first principle is Ju-No-Ri – gentleness. This can also mean flowing with things. With gentleness as the mindset to guide you, you can practice in a safe way.
The second principle is jita Kyoei – mutual welfare and benefit. This means that all students must be safe and benefit from training. This is the true spirit of training, all students working together for the greater good.
The third principle is called Seiryoku Zenyo – maximum efficiency and minimal effort.