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Our classes teach values like respect, honor, and discipline in a way no other activity can match. Our instructors are dedicated professionals who are not only experts in their field, they love teaching children.
Our classes grow with young people, and keep them constantly challenged and involved. The depth and variety of our program promises endless experiences in martial arts, and the discovery of something for everyone.
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Try a class for FREE during any beginner class time for your child’s age group. Please ARRIVE EARLY (classes start on time and late arrivals will not be permitted to participate) and fill out the online waiver ahead of time. (Either click here or use the kiosk at one of our on-site check-in desks). Your child should wear loose, comfortable clothing to allow movement.
Waiver requirement: a waiver is required in order to participate. If you do not already have one on file with us, please click here to fill it out ahead of time. For participants under 18 years of age, the waiver must be completed by a parent or legal guardian.
Beginner Class Schedule
Beginners Age 5+:
All new students start at white belt. Older students may progress more quickly. Pricing includes 4 classes per week for beginners.
New students (white belts):
- Registration: $100
- Monthly Tuition: $100 for Silver Creek Sportsplex Members; $120 for Non-Members
- Please note: prices may increase in January of each year.
We Teach... Kitsune Ryu Bujitsu
THE FOX STYLE OF FIGHTING ARTS
Our system is shaped by a wide variety of traditional martial styles:
TAE KWON DO – From Korea, translated as “Way of the Hand and Foot” or “Way of Punching and Kicking”. We utilize kicking fundamentals, sparring concepts, and a wide array of Olympic coordination and kicking drills to produce martial artists with superb kicking, balance, and foot coordination.
JUJITSU, JUDO, AIKIDO – The unarmed combat arts of the Japanese Samurai teach adaptability of technique as the source of victory. Our study of the “soft” techniques spans over 4 styles of Jujitsu, along with Judo and Aikido, and includes joint manipulations, throws, strangulations, grappling, and escapes from various grabs. The ability to fall and roll stems from these arts. The level of “Ju” and “Aiki” practiced in our system is unsurpassed.
ESKRIMA, KALI, ARNIS, SILAT – The various weapons and empty hand styles of the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia give us the training models for non-stop movement. The use of single baton (machete, sword), double baton, single knife, short staff, and flexible weapons (towel, handkerchief), spans over 9 different styles of these arts.
My preschool experiences
When I was home, we couldn't afford preschool. But I took my daughter to preschool classes at the San Francisco Zoo, and then when we moved to CT at the Audobon Society. They were about $10/class for 6-8 week sessions. She learned a lot of science/nature stuff, some art stuff, a lot about sharing and lining up and circle time and putting your things away.
Then we put her in a public school preschool. Also pretty cheap. It's a special-needs kids program - free for the special-needs kids, and then they have "peer role models" - regular kids in the same class.
The program was run by the school district, had excellent, highly-trained teachers, and we loved it