Kids Kenpo Group in September

Youth Kenpo Intermediate/Advanced Class

Last quarter, our Youth Kenpo Karate Program expanded immensely.  Because of this, our higher rank students are in need of more attention in a smaller setting.  Today marks the first day of our new Youth Kenpo Karate Intermediate/ Advanced Class.  At this time, only Monday and Friday Classes are being added.  Whether it is training in Karate, Jiu-Jitsu or Muay Thai Kickboxing, you can guarantee our first priority is student growth and Fluid Martial Arts is willing to adjust to the needs of our students. Below is a listing of the new class times.
Kids testing
New schedule for our Intermediate/Advanced Students:
Monday / Friday Tech and Kata
5:45 – 6:30 pm
Wednesday Muay Thai Kickboxing (No change)
5:00 – 5:50 pm
Saturday Sparring (No change)
10:00 – 10:50 am

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See you on the mat!!!

Sean during testing

3rd Quarter Youth Kenpo Testing

Saturday September 27th, 2014 our Youth Kenpo students will be testing for their next ranks.  Testing will take place at 12:00 pm and will be followed by a celebration at Peter Piper Pizza.  For more information on times and locations, see our events page.
Please feel free to invite your friends and family to come out and support our young students as they demonstrate what they’ve learned over the past quarter. See you on the mat!

Photo courtesy of Rami Kalla of Point in Time Studios

Youth Muay Thai

Fluid Martial Arts Youth Programs are Taking Off!

Whether it’s Muay Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or Kenpo Karate, one thing is certain, if you stop by Fluid Martial Arts Academy between 4:30pm and 6:30pm, Monday through Friday, the mats are filled with children learning self-discipline, respect, confidence, self-defense, competition and physical fitness all in a safe and totally FUN environment!!!

It’s no secret that children benefit from training in the martial arts. For more information on how training in the martial arts benefits children, check out the article: “7 Reasons Why Your Child Should Practice Martial Arts” on by Sports Psychologist, Eric C. Stevens.

Anthony Max