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Love the way the instructors make each child feel everytime they enter the studio! They are consistent and the perfect mesh of strict, fun/silly and nurturing. Way to go on building a successful environment for kids who, these days,tend to struggle with self-esteem, acceptance and respect! 👍

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Classes have been great for my daughter and I. The instructors are knowlegdeable and make classes fun.

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Honestly before taking my two now 5 yr old twins here it was hard to control them without them yelling or running around like well crazy kids usually do. Now they are calmer kids who still act like kids but when given a task they can do that task with little guidance. They are doing well in school because they are used to listening and showing respect to their katate teacher and that carries over into school. We decided to sign them up for the black belt program because we knew that they liked it and showed the dedication needed to go to that program. Again 5 stars for a karate studio. They dont just teach karate like other places, they teach kids and even adults life lessons and making them better people.

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I have been training kenpo for 10 years now at MKS. The staff is great and friendly and the training environment is 5/5. Highly recommend coming to train here.

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Amazing karate studio. Loved it so much that my three kids, my wife, and I all take karate lessons now. The instructors are amazing and fully vested in the students’ development. Feels like a second home for my family.

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  • December 20, 2016
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Martial Arts: Not Just For Kids

Everyone has their own image of martial arts training. Some picture an old temple off in the mountains, others a secluded Japanese style training hall in the woods and some picture the more modern school approach.  Regardless of your vision, we have all seen the ads from martial arts schools all over the world stating the benefits martial arts training will have on your kids. That’s because in the 1980’s the focus shifted dramatically to martial arts for kids thanks to the Karate Kid movie.

This is not to say that teaching kids is wrong in any way shape or form but rather that it has somehow neglected adult enrollment for more lucrative kids programs.

Business aside, take all of those print ads from the last decade and just substitute the kids’ picture or family picture with an “old school” pre-1980’s martial artist striking that famous “Karate pose”.

All the benefits; self-confidence, self-discipline, fitness, flexibility, focus, goal setting, perseverance, coordination, and respect are valid for students of any age. As much as we like to think that our children need these lessons the most, the truth of the matter is that adults are living in the most stressful times in recorded history and it’s not getting better anytime soon. What used to be the solution for helping the missing pieces that children lacked, is the same solution that most adults need to function in the world of constant multi-tasking scenarios.

Forget what you think of martial arts training and get into martial arts training for more than that 20-year-olds idea of being a tough-guy and see how it can positively affect your entire approach to life in the fast lane.

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