Summer Schedule Starts June 1st!

Hello Everyone!

We hope all is well and everyone is excited for summer and to get back into the facility! Great news! Effective June 1st, we will convert to our Summer Schedule which will be current from June 1st – July 31st. We will be converting back to our regular classes in the facility starting June 1st. The Class Schedule will be offered Monday – Friday ( NO SATURDAY CLASSES UNTIL BEGINNING OF SCHOOL YEAR)

We are currently accepting NEW Students for Tiny Tigers, Karate For Kids, Teens/ Adults and Krav Maga! We are currently offering 5 classes for $25.00 for new members only!

IN FACILITY CLASSES:

Monday

Tiny Tiger 5:00-5:30

White, Orange & Yellow Belts 5:30-6:00

Camo, Green & Purple Belts 6:00-6:30

Blue, Brown, Red, Rec. Black Belt 7:00-7:45

Krav Maga ALL LEVELS 7:45-8:30

Brown, Red & Rec. Black Belt 6:30-7:00

Black Belts 7

Tuesday

Taekwondo All Ranks 10:00-10:30

Krav Maga All Levels 10:30-11:00

Tiny Tiger 5:00-5:30

White, Orange & Yellow Belts 5:30-6:00

Camo, Green & Purple Belts 6:00-6:30

Blue, Brown, Red, Rec. Black Belt 7:00-7:45

 

Wednesday

Tiny Tiger 5:00-5:30

White, Orange & Yellow Belts 5:30-6:00

Camo, Green & Purple Belts 6:00-6:30

Blue, Brown, Red, Rec. Black Belt 7:00-7:45

Thursday

Taekwondo All Ranks 10:00-10:30

Krav Maga All Levels 10:30-11:00

Tiny Tiger 5:00-5:30

White, Orange & Yellow Belts 5:30-6:00

Camo, Green & Purple Belts 6:00-6:30

Blue, Brown, Red, Rec. Black Belt 7:00-7:45

Friday

Tiny Tiger 5:00-5:30

White, Orange & Yellow Belts 5:30-6:00

Camo, Green & Purple Belts 6:00-6:30

Blue, Brown, Red, Rec. Black Belt 7:00-7:45

 

VIRTUAL CLASSES

We will still be offering virtual classes through the Facebook Group ” TMA Staff/ Students ” page. Those that prefer to continue to do their classes virtually will need to access this group, join the group and be sure to be watching the live during their class time. This ensure that the students is taking the responsibility  and  being disciplined in taking their training seriously just as they would if they were attending classes in the facility. THIS IS THE ONLY PAGE/ LOCATION WE WILL BE GOING LIVE IN, SO PLEASE BE SURE YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE GROUP PRIOR TO CLASSES BEGINNING!

 

PRIVATE LESSON OPTIONS AND POLICIES

We will also be offering private lessons with both in person and virtual options as well, spots are very limited on these so please do not delay on scheduling. Students may purchase private lessons either individually or in a group package, all private lessons MUST be paid for at time of booking . Leadership and Elite student do receive 30 minutes per month of free private instruction. This can be broken up in two (2) 15 minute sessions or one (1) 30 minute session.  We do require a 24 hour cancellation notice if you cannot make your lesson for whatever reason, failure to give a 24 hour notice will result in forfeit of that lesson and any monies paid for said lesson.

Private Lesson Packages :

30 Minute Session

(1) One Session $30.00

(2) Two Sessions $50.00

(4) Four Sessions $80.00

 

SUMMER CAMPS:

Summer Camps will remain as scheduled for the 5 weeks we had initially. Camp hours are 8am-5pm Monday- Friday.

June 15-19

June 22-26

July 6-10

July 13-17

July 27-31

We do still have open spots for ALL weeks. We will limit camp to 10 children per camp week. Camp is open to ages 4 & up, you do not have to be a current member to attend. Please call for availability and to register, camp tuition is due at time of booking.

 

 

 

 

Never Give Up!

In a day and age where intense competition rules the world, teaching our children the value of not quitting has become a requirement for their ultimate success as self-reliant, capable, caring, and responsible citizens. As the experts always say, it’s best to start early. Young children have the most curious and inquisitive minds which allow them to learn faster. So the sooner you teach your children not to be quitters, the better they’ll remember it and apply it in their lives.

The value of effort

One of the biggest errors made by parents is that they focus on a child’s natural ability to do things rather than the effort he or she puts in. This sends out a wrong message to our children that it is their inherent ability that matters, not what they do. Teaching your children the benefits of putting in effort allows them to learn the values of hard work. No matter how little or great the effort, praising and positively reinforcing your children for their work teaches them to face problems head on.

Failures are a part of our lives and they teach us where we went wrong and what not to do. One of the key steps in teaching your children not to give up is to also teach them how to accept failures, defeat, and loss. If you child has not performed well in school or has misbehaved, ask them to analyze what they’ve done and where they went wrong. Giving into your child’s tantrums and allowing them to quit only sends them the message that they are incapable of succeeding.

Karate is not for quitters!

One of the best ways to teach your child the values of not quitting is to teach them the art of karate. Karate is an ancient form of martial arts that originated in Japan centuries ago, along with related disciplines – some similar, some unique – from the Far East and Middle East as well. Contrary to popular belief, karate is not just a form of self-defense. It definitely does not condone or elicit violent behavior. It is a brilliant art form that teaches its learners discipline and focus. When you enroll your children for karate classes, you give them the opportunity to learn the true value of hard work, dedication, and perseverance.

Karate takes years to master and requires absolute focus and discipline. Apart from all of this, karate also provides a platform for your children to interact and compete with other children, teaching them the importance of sportsmanship and healthy competition. More important than fun or sport, your children will learn the priceless message of what not giving up means.