Martial Arts


Taekwondo is a traditional Korean martial art, which means “the way of kicking and punching”. In taekwondo, hands and feet can be used to overcome an opponent, but the trademark of the sport is its combination of kick movements. Our Taekwondo program is designed to teach students focus, discipline, confidence, as well as enhancing basic listening skills.

                Brazilian jiu-jitsu

Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a self-defense system, martial art and combat sport system that focuses on grappling with particular emphasis on ground fighting. Our BJJ Program is designed to teach students focus, discipline, confidence and endurance.

              Muay Thai

Muay Thai or Thai Boxing is the national sport of Thailand and developed as a form of close-combat fighting that uses stand-up striking and various clinching techniques. 

This is a co-ed, high-intensity class geared toward teens and adults, with a self-defense focus. A typical class begins with 5-10 minutes of jump roping and stretching. Then students practice punching, kicking, or clinching techniques as the instructor takes turn working with individual students. 

Known as “the art of eight limbs,” it uses the entire body as a weapon — fists, elbows, knees, and shins. Muay Thai is an increasingly popular choice among mixed martial arts practitioners.