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Programs 2017-05-31T18:04:12+00:00

Tiny Tigers Program

3 – 6 yrs

They are young and full of fun, but they will kick you! The Tiny Tigers all have a goal and that is to  “Learn Self Control” This program is designed to help introduce the martial arts at a young age. Due to the energy of our students, we only allow a limited number of students on the mat at one time.

Young Dragons

7-12 yrs

The young dragons program is our comprehensive Martial Arts program that  begins by building a foundation of respect, techniques, principles, philosophy and character development. We hone skills such as leadership, respect, confidence, first time listening, improved grades, discipline, focus and much more. This program should not be looked upon as an extracurricular activity but rather as a life training program.

Teens & Adults

Our Yondo Jiu Jitsu program combines the key strengths of 4 major martial art styles to provide physical fitness, self-discipline, self-control and practical self-defense including defense from a standing position and from a ground position to get back up and get in control of threatening situations. We build family-like relationships of respect while training in this dojo.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Teens & Adults
Once you found the desire to train start right away, a journey in the martial arts is waiting for you to start. With no seasons or final championships martial arts as a lifestyle not only a sport.
We teach hey blended curriculum of Karate, Kobudo, and Aiki jiu-jitsu. We aim to teach our students to defend themselves standing or on the floor.  We even teach you to fight with a weapon or an improvised weapon they just found.
Cumming Martial Arts has a specific curriculum you are required to learn. In most cases, we would start you at a belt under past rank but you should be able to advance back to Black Belt fast than others due to you prior training. In most cases, instructors will do an evaluation to see where you  belong.
We can begin training students as young as three years old. As with any sport, it depends on the child. Before beginning any program, the student is evaluated in the classroom with an instructor on their ability to perform simple tasks. This allows the child to get a feel for what karate is about. Afterwards, the instructor will talk with the child and parent(s) to find out how the child felt and what the parent(s) thinks. If everyone is comfortable, the student attends classes for the trial period and then is re-evaluated to see if the child and parents want to continue.
Usually, age is not a deterrent to starting Martial Arts. We want you to succeed at your goals. You work at your own pace, set your own goals and we help you reach them. We recommend seeing your doctor before beginning any exercise program. Even if your doctor sets restrictions, it is possible for us to adjust our program so you can still enjoy the benefits of Martial Arts.