Adult Karate Class

Even the greatest Karate Master, was once a white belt. Adult Karate Class

Endurance • Agility • Patience • Strength • Confidence

Have you been thinking about taking martial arts lessons, but you are afraid that you are too old to start? If so, you are not alone. Many Adults think they really can’t expect to learn anything new at their age. The brain juice has dried up; nothing new can grow there. The limbs are too stiff and the mind is too stale. Your prime days are probably over, and you should just watch the class from the sidelines.

Yet, the reality is that you are never too old to take martial arts and that there are actually millions of adults who are taking martial arts classes. Perhaps it is all adults who have this competence hang-up; they desperately cling to their dignity like a security blanket; they need to be good at everything they do, (they think) everyone expects them to be good at anything they do as if adults are meant to be perfect and capable; it’s like adults aren’t allowed to show ignorance or confusion.

If this statement feels too familiar, you are not alone.

The problem is common– yet the solution is simple. Take a quick look at some of the Benefits of training: Class Schedule

Benefit 1.) More Energy and Greater Productivity

Exercise keeps endorphins flowing; it keeps the brain functioning well, and can help you achieve twice as much in a day simply by keeping fit. Exercise creates Stress relief : Getting rid of bad stress in your body through a karate program is an excellent way to stay healthy and improve your fitness, not only physically, but mentally. Contrary to what you see in Hollywood-- training in the martial arts should become a part of your everyday life – the only real goal being, constant improvement.

Benefit 2.) Discipline and Focus

In our ever-connected world of electronics we try to multi-task more than ever before. Daily life demands our time and our attention and we’re forced to shift focus constantly. The result is that we have a harder time following through on tasks and staying on track. Training gives you a short break from digital demands; it improves your powers of concentration and helps you truly focus

Benefit 3.) Goal Achievement

Whether you’re 5 or 55, white belt or black belt, you’re constantly working on achieving goals for a sense of personal victory. Your mind and your body are part of the formula every step along the way. Martial arts create clear milestones along your path. Martial Arts is a search for something inside yourself. It’s not just a physical discipline.

Benefit 4.) Self-Confidence

Confidence isn’t just for kids, studies find a strong relationship between adults with self-confidence and career advancement, productivity, and success in relationships. Our program can help you build confidence by encouraging you to succeed. When you’re self-assured , you can approach challenges with a can-do attitude.

Benefit 5.) Self-Defense .

Martial Arts teaches you how to defend yourself physically as well as how to avoid physical confrontations in the first place. If you’re going to spend your time exercising, why not learn a useful skill, why not learn a skill that can save your life – or the life of a loved one?”

Benefit 6.) Great Family Activity

Usually, one parent is driving one child to karate, while the other parent is driving to gymnastics. Parents sit on the sidelines, talking on their cell phones, visiting with other parents and just killing time while the kids do their activities. It’s great that that parents act as the cheering section, but there can be so much more. The BIG BENEFIT for parents and kids training together is simple it helps close the generation gap and provides quality time as a family . Imagine working on the same program of study but with common goals, similar training, advancing in rank, tournament competition and supporting one another’s achievements.

Benefit 7.) Leadership

Leadership starts from within and the standards that the leader sets for themselves. By training in Martial Arts you will have opportunities to build the confidence to lead others by motivating yourself. Martial Arts is more like a marathon, instead of a sprint, it is something not to be mastered in a year, or even five, but to make steady progress by committing yourself.

"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other." ~John F. Kennedy

Beginners Class Schedule

Ages: 7 and up

Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Time: 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Alternate Schedule Beginners Class

Ages: 7 and up Beginners

Days: Tuesday-Thursday

Time: 5:00pm to 6:15pm

Family Class Schedule

Ages: 7 to Adult All Ranks

Days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Time: 5:30pm to 6:45pm

Alternate Schedule

Ages: 7 to Adult All Ranks

Days: Tuesday and Thursday

Time: 6:15pm to 7:30pm