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Pricing Tiers and Benefits

special offer

one month trial

Try out real Martial Arts Classes with real Instructors. Includes Unlimited Classes and your Martial Arts Uniform.

$99
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  • Try us out for a full month
  • Unlimited Classes
  • Includes Uniform

Monthly Membership

VIP Membership

Unlimited Lessons and full access to all Classes in your chosen Programme. Our MOST POPULAR Membership

$175
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  • Unlimited Lessons
  • All Inclusive
  • Best Value

Pay As You Go

10 Class Pass

Especially for those Students who wish to train just once a week or even on a casual basis....

$249
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  • 10 Lessons
  • Use anytime
  • Valid for 5 Months

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does Martial Arts make kids violent?

No way! Martial Arts is about peace, harmony and diplomacy. For children who are shy and find it difficult to stand up for themselves, Martial Arts gives them the confidence to do so but in a non-confrontational manner. On the other end of the spectrum, children who tend to be overly aggressive learn to calm down and act with more self-control. Martial Arts teaches children how to AVOID fights - not pick them.

Q: Can my child still participate in Martial Arts if he/she is not athletic?

Yes! In fact, Martial Arts is kind of a beacon of light for kids who just don't fit into team sports. Kids who never could throw a ball well or run fast find that Martial Arts is accessible to them. It's something they can excel at, and as a result, their confidence soars. There is no Reserve Grade in Martial Arts and nobody sits on the bench in our School.

Q: Is Martial Arts fun for children?

Absolutely! In fact, kids usually have to drag their parents to Martial Arts class - something parents are always shocked to see. We have our serious moments here where kids work and learn..... but once the work is done, we also have some moments where they goof off and have a blast!

Q: Will Martial Arts improve my child's confidence?

Yes! Martial Arts is a powerful source of confidence for kids. They practice hard and learn techniques in order to advance through the ranks, and as they advance, they fill with pride. After all, they're the ones doing all the work - so they feel a healthy level of accomplishment whenever they learn a new move... achieve a new belt... or get praise from their fellow Students and their Instructors.

Q: Do boys AND girls take Martial Arts?

Yes! We have a good mix of both girls and boys as well as men and women in our Martial Arts classes! Some people think that the boys are much “stronger and tougher,” but in reality this is not always true. In fact, often girls are the tougher ones!

Q: Is Martial Arts safe?

Safety is always our number one concern. Injured children do not attend class and usually drop out, so we make every effort to ensure that our Students learn in a safe, professional classroom environment.

Q: Can Martial Arts training cause injury?

Every form of physical exercise, from running to walking to Martial Arts, comes with a risk for injury. However, our programme is run by trained expert Instructors who place a tremendous focus on injury prevention.

Because Martial Arts makes you more balanced, limber & flexible - it generally leads to LESS injury in people's lives. Not the other way around!

Q: What level of fitness is required for Martial Arts?

People come to us with all types of fitness levels. We get natural-born athletes, and we get people who have a harder time with athletic endeavours. However, everyone gets the same focus and attention.

If you're not in great shape, don't worry. Go at your own pace, and we'll do everything we can to help you learn each and every technique. Soon enough, your physical fitness will improve, and you'll be in better shape than ever!

Q: How old does a Student have to be?

We have programmes for Students from age 4 and up. We segment the classes so that the material that is taught is age appropriate and safe.

Q: What if my child wants to drop out?

Naturally, continuous training produces a better overall result even so, whilst kids love our classes, there may be occasions where a child doesn’t want to go to Class. There are many possible reasons for this but typically, its because the child has “too much on” or is out of their regular routine. This also happens when the child is engaged in an activity, (especially like playing their favourite video game) and they do not want to stop in order to go to class.

In the scheme of things, these are minor considerations when it comes to the big picture. Every kid wants to achieve their Black Belt and knows that there will always be work to be done in order to get there.

We have many strategies to help parents get the best results for their children..