Little Dragons (Age 5-8)
The Little Dragon class emphasizes listening, following directions, and building a solid foundation of learning skills which will be useful both inside and outside of Jungyae Martial Arts. This program is an excellent way to improve your child’s coordination, physical conditioning, mental acuity, attention span. Classes consist of a mix of physically intense activities as well as precision skill-building, enhancing the student's phsycial well-being as well as mental discipline and ability to operate within a structured environment
Children (Age 8-12)
The Children's class introduces your child to the importance of setting and meeting their goals, working with others, and self-motivation. Honesty, respect for self and others, and taking responsibility for their actions is also focused on. Strong and clean techniques are emphasized to lay the foundation for their future as Martial Artists.
Teens (Age 12-18)
The Teenager program is a physically demanding class that teaches the importance of hard work and overall discipline. It is vital for teens to develop respect, confidence, and the self-esteem needed to make difficult decisions and deal with the peer pressure he or she will soon face.
Adults (Age 18+)
Training for adults emphasizes the harmony between mind and body in the martial arts and all aspects of life. There is a large focus on the principles of Honor, Unity, Service and mutual Respect. Physical requirements increase in scope and difficulty. Intensive Lessons Intensive lessons are comprised of small group or individual classes that are specifically designed for a personalized Martial Arts education. Interested students should inquire about available times and pricing. Specialized Training War Games, Paint Ball, Overnight Training, and other special training events happen throughout the year. Participants earn special badges for their participation and successes.
Tiny Tigers Training (Age 3-4)
6-Week Saturday Program
June 2nd-July 7th, 10:00-10:45AM
$75 Per Child or $15 Drop-in
Taught by Instructor Katelynn McDonald