Q. How is your training different?

 We are dedicated schools with great facilities and inspiring atmospheres. Our Instructors are professionally trained, highly skilled (most are multiple Champions) and teach with passion. They know how to encourage and communicate with students of all ages and backgrounds.

We teach Authentic skills with a focus on safety and progression. We offer a Total Self-Defense System, utilizing over 7 different Martial Arts.

We are totally unique. 

Q. What type of classes do you offer?

From beginner to advance for all ages. We teach many different Martial Arts, including what many consider to be the best Muay Thai Kickboxing program in the U.S.  Read thru our website for more information.


Q. What do I need to know before I start classes?

A.  No previous experience is necessary. It's often better to start from a blank slate. 




Q.  What are the ages for children?

A.  We offer separate classes for children ages 4-8 and kids ages 9-12. Some Children are ready at 4 yrs,  while others at 8 yrs old could benefit from waiting a little. Each child is unique.  TRY A LESSON, the best way to learn more. We'll give you an honest appraisal if your child is ready.


Q. I'm in bad shape, will I be able to participate?

A. Most new students are in poor condition. Work at your own pace, you'll be amazed how fast you shape up.



Q. How often should I attend?

A.  We recommend a minimum of two classes per week, adults often train more.



Q. How do I begin?

A.  TRY A LESSON a fun way to discover what we teach. Bring comfortable lose clothes to train in and be sure to bring a bottle of water.  While no one will 'master' techniques in a single lesson, you'll have a great time and develop a real feel if our Martial Arts training is for you.  



Q. How long are the class times?

A.  Adults train for One Hour. Kids training is no more than 45 minutes.



Q.  Do you offer Private Lessons?

A.  Yes, please contact the school to find out availability.




Q.  Do I have to Compete?

A.  No.  Competition is not required or needed.  Please visit COMPETITION to learn more.