Welcome to Martial Arts Club!


Tuition can be paid weekly, monthly or yearly with different discounts available.  Please ask the office, which plan works best for your family.


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Very few activities have as many legends and myths surrounding them as do martial arts. Hundreds of practices are included under the title of martial arts, and some of these were passed down in secrecy for many generations. Furthermore, martial arts developed in countries that have been historically isolated from the Western world. Thus, there are many conflicting theories and opinions concerning the origins of martial arts. What is known is that martial arts began in the ancient cultures of Asia, including China, India, and Japan. In both China and India, artifacts from 2,000 to 4,000 years old have been found with paintings of people striking possible martial arts poses.


So you belong to a school that allows and even encourages students to enter competitions, but you’re not sure if you should do it. Many martial artists shy away from organized competition because they’re afraid of making fools of themselves.


This is for good reason. Falling down while attempting the jump-spinning-wheel kick in the (relative) privacy of your instructor’s training hall is one thing, but doing it in front of a panel of judges and two thousand spectators is another matter altogether. But you should risk it anyway.


Activities like tae kwon do, kung fu and aikido are a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. Some parents may think they also promote violence, but that's a myth, according to experts.


The martial arts actually help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. In fact, many parents whose children have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) report great success with these programs because self-control and concentration are exactly the skills underdeveloped in ADHD kids.


A typical hour-long class begins and ends with a bow to the teacher, or master. After a warm-up, students practice the art's particular skills, which may include kicks, punches and blocks. Each requires concentration and strict attention.


Progress is often marked by the belt system, which takes the beginner from a white belt through a variety of colors until black. Testing for each new level, generally every three months, is a good exercise in setting and achieving goals.


Our students tell our, and their, story better than anything we could say

At Martial Arts Club we strive to give every student the individual and specific teaching that fits their style of learning. We are always ready to work with beginners to experts in these mind and body studies.

Please call us and let's talk about your interest in Martial Arts.


North Location


+ (760)-858-0101

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