Martial Arts classes Santa Cruz [Art Workshops]
Kids; Bjj; Nogi; Boxing

Martial Arts classes Santa Cruz

Mike and the younger teachers he works with emphasize discipline, respect, persistence, patience, and being a gracious and flexible competitor. The overarching focus: improve a little bit every day. Teachers keep hour-long classes lively by subdividing time into several activities (each reinforcing a particular skill). Each class starts with warm-up and stretching.

While my son gets a sense of satisfaction from advancing from one belt-level to next and mastering forms, punching, kicking, and so on-I really appreciate seeing him display great character traits such as persistence, patience, politeness, respect, and confidence.

Logistics: the class schedule is very flexible. With about three classes offered every weekday afternoon, it was easier than I thought to fit in martial arts after school and work. At most scheduled classes black belts and white belts (and every level in between) can be accommodated.


 
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Martial Arts and Yoga in Scotts Valley

Tiger Martial Arts Academy located in Scotts Valley offers you a great opportunity to shape up for summer. We teach the Korean art of Ho Kuk Mu Sul and we are the only Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Representative in the Santa Cruz County. You can also participate in any of our yoga classes to relax after a stressful day. Please feel free to visit our website and contact us with any questions you may have.
Tiger Martial Arts Academy
208 Mt. Hermon Road, Suite 6
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
(831) 461-9322

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