Li’l Dragons

Check out our Li'l Dragons in action

Stop Bullying

Part of our Advanced Self Defense Training for kids is learning to defend against Bullies. Most schools have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to bullying, but the fact of the matter is that bullying is alive and well and we need to protect our kids.

3 Simple Steps to Confidence!

Confidence is a BIG problem in kids nowadays. Children are very sheltered and just don’t socialize the way we did when we were kids. They’re not outside, they don’t hang with multiple friends, so they struggle in new social settings :(

Why my kids take Karate [And Maybe Yours Should TOO]

4 out of my 6 kids are already Black Belts. I found that 3-4 years old was the best time for them to start their training. Here’s why…The younger, the better. When kids are small they don’t get “easy” or “hard.” What they do understand is boring and fun.

Manesha Beats Fear

Meet Manesha one of newest probationary Black Belts. Earning your black belt at our academy is no small feat mind you, but Manesha’s victory is especially sweet!

A Method Helping Kids Succeed

The best way to build a competitive spirit in your child is to “challenge” them. You see, kids love a challenge. When you bring your kids to our academy, we challenge them right from the outset. First we’ll teach them a skill and then we’ll turn it into a game. Games are fun!

The Goldmine to Good Grades

The one that concerns (and keeps us up at night) most is grades. When our kids don’t do well in school we blame ourselves or even worse our ego gets involved and we say “But I was good in school!?” so we blame our significant other’s gene pool ;)

3 FUN Karate Games!

I can’t tell you how many times I have parent in my office (pulling their hair out) because they’re struggling getting their kid to follow direction. This is when I share our #1 Teaching Skill—PCP. PCP stands for Praise-Correct-Praise!

#1 Shocking Mistake Killing Your Child’s Success

I can’t tell you how many times I have parent in my office (pulling their hair out) because they’re struggling getting their kid to follow direction. This is when I share our #1 Teaching Skill—PCP. PCP stands for Praise-Correct-Praise!

Nick Struggled But Persevered [Case Study]

I can’t tell you how many times I have parent in my office (pulling their hair out) because they’re struggling getting their kid to follow direction. This is when I share our #1 Teaching Skill—PCP. PCP stands for Praise-Correct-Praise!