Every year parents are faced with the same question, “What activities should our kids do during the long summer months?” It’s a legitimate question with a variety of answers. Sure sending the kids outside for a while is a great option, but going for up to two months without participating in any type of structured program can make the return to school in August quite difficult. Summer programs are a great way for children to participate in actives, stay fit, and socialize with other children in a structured and monitored environment.
It is because of these benefits as well as our passion for helping our community thrive that we will be hosting our FMA Summer Kids Camp in 2015. Our kids camp provides instruction in the various disciplines that Fluid Martial Arts Academy offers. Each day of the week students will be trained in physical fitness along with one of the arts that we teach. The program includes training in Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Kenpo Karate, Weaponry, Tumbling, and Physical Fitness. While the martial arts activities can be extremely fun, the camp will also provide down-time for students to socialize and rest as to avoid over-training and burnout. Students will also be provided with healthy snacks and hydration along with constant supervision in a positive environment. Check out the details below.
Monday - Friday : 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
June 1 – 5
June 8 – 12
July 20 – 24
July 27 – 31
Non-members $150 per week
Members $125 per week
Each weekly session is limited to a total of 12 students. Please contact us at 480-349-5898 or email@example.com to reserve space.
Check out pictures from the FMA Kids Halloween Party! Everything from games and food, to fashion shows and prizes. A great time was had by all. Have a safe and Happy Halloween!
Back by popular demand is our $99 Start Up Special.
This special is a great way to try out the various martial arts that we teach! Whether you are looking for self-defense, physical fitness, competition, anti-bullying or an extracurricular activity for the family, the coaching staff at FMA will help you reach your goals with programs in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai Kickboxing, Kenpo Karate, Weaponry and more!
Call or email us for more details. See you on the mat!!!
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.
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
See you on the mat!!!
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
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 Breakingmuscle.com by Sports Psychologist, Eric C. Stevens.