Instructors lead students of all ages and abilities in martial arts techniques, while also instilling self-confidence and discipline
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$18 for 10 martial arts classes with enrollment fee and uniform ($225 value)
At Quest ATA Martial Arts, fifth-degree black belts and Songahm tae kwon do experts Maria and Jesse Pino have to have flexible teaching styles. That’s because they offer a Tiny Tigers program for ages 3–6, a kids’ program for ages 6–12, and an adult program for ages 13 and older. Across all levels, their goal is to inspire students with martial arts training and instill leadership skills. The youngsters’ classes emphasize basic techniques and life values, such as respect and self-confidence, whereas the adult classes focus more on strikes and traditional self-defense techniques, such as the Wet Willie. Further instilling patrons with strength and discipline, Quest now schedules yoga classes, too.
Very friendly and welcoming. Instructor just took test to become 6th degree black belt. Excellent working with kids.
Craig C. ·
July 15, 2015
I highly recommend this facility for kids of all ages. It's family owned and run. They are really nice people who truly care about the kids they teach. My 5 year old son is autistic. They are very good with him and understand differently-abled children. Very reasonable monthly fees. Worth every penny!
Spring H. ·
September 9, 2014
Very good, attitude and my son loves them and the class.