Led by the school's instructors, the staff at My Dojo knows that it takes more than just classes to help clients get in shape. While their classes, including kickboxing and karate, certainly kicks things into gear, proper nutrition fuels and facilitates further bodily change. That's why the instructors help clients by doling out nutritional tips in class and fields personal questions during one-on-one sessions. My Dojo offers a varied roster of classes at their multiple locations, classes that help students with their physical and emotional well-being. Classes include karate for kids, karate for adults, kickboxing, yoga, afterschool martial arts, and personal training,
Sundance Yoga Studio's staff of certified instructors helps students create strong, pliable physiques by working through challenging sessions of Vinyasa classes.Yoga classes emphasize proper spinal alignment while connecting the mind, body, and fitness-fanatic alter egos. Each studio location hosts a six-day schedule with advanced and beginner-friendly classes to accommodate students of all experience levels. During classes, mat mavens follow instructors through calming deep-breathing, meditation, and relaxation techniques in addition to a series of healing postures and animal impressions. A noncompetitive atmosphere encourages each practitioner to practice to his or her skill level as instructors lead with demonstration, verbal cues, and hands-on instruction, helping students hone ample amounts of muscle strength, flexibility, and balance along the way.
Within their walls, the instructors at Tiger's Den Martial Arts & Fitness preach lessons that transcend physical stamina and hard work. This is because, regardless of ability level, students also receive mental and spiritual strength from the facility's positive learning environment, which is replete with respect, common courtesy, and recognition. Boasting experienced instructors and a reputable martial-arts system with more than 5 million worldwide followers, the facility offers an array of endurance-building programs. In addition to karate, the programs include kickboxing, after-school, and pre-K classes.
Sixth-degree black belt Joshua Hong took his first tae kwon do class at the age of 4. Nowadays, at Eternal Martial Arts, he and his staff teach tae kwon do to four-year-olds. Their knowledge and passion for the Korean martial art shows during their Little Ninja classes, their kids' summer camps, and their martial-arts-themed birthday parties, which feature cakes cut by knife-hand strikes.
The programs aren't reserved for youngsters only, though. The facility also features classes for teens and adults, including high-intensity fitness classes.
Instructors John Powell III and Randy Smith admit that the name Wasabi Dojo is partially tongue-in-cheek; otherwise, though, they take their martial arts seriously, with a focus on self-defense. Their Tomiki aikido lessons, which incorporate elements of judo, teach students how to use an attacker's own momentum against himself or herself, which comes in handy if your life-size Paul Bunyan doll comes to life and starts flailing.