Fun for the Whole Family. No, Really!
Let’s face it – most things that advertise themselves as “fun for the whole family” really aren’t. Family Karate really is! You and your children can actually be in the same classes together, sharing a common interest, working towards the same goals, and having FUN doing it!
Proof? Go to any Black Belt Examination anywhere in the world, you will see mostly military age young men testing. At Family Karate’s Black Belt Exams you will see more women (Moms of our Karate Kids) than men testing. You will see many forty- and fifty-something men (Dads of our Karate Kids) out there. And you will see High Schoolers – some of whom have been training with us for more than 10 years – trying to keep up with Mom and Dad!
Read below what some grateful parents have experienced at Family Karate, and then give us a call to chat about how we can help bring your family even closer. Thank you.
Strengthen Your Family
Family Karate exists to help your family to grow closer, stronger, and safer.
As a single parent, I really appreciate the support, & encouragement of accountability for James to do well, not only in karate class, but in school & at home. It’s what I call a triangle of strength between parent, instructor & teacher for our children – Stephanie Osburn
Karate has been a great experience for Gwendolyn and we appreciate the environment at Family Karate. Thank you for the care that you show all your students and also the instruction, not only in physical skills but also the values that are a part of Karate – Michele Warner (whose husband, son, and daughter all studied with Family Karate)
Most sports send your family in a million different directions, creating more stress and less family time.
Family Karate gives my son and me something to share, helps us bond, and keeps the father-teenager competition healthy, friendly, and inside the studio. We are much better friends since sharing training!
Dr. Joe Garvin. Age 53, father of two teenage boys
Parents love that we reinforce them and all the character development they work on day in and day out with their children.
Both my children started Family Karate when they were in preschool and we were lucky to begin with Mrs. Molina as their instructor. She has helped my children learn not only great Karate skills, but everyday life skills as well.
My children have learned about respecting others, always trying their best, doing the right thing at the right time to name a few Life Lessons. We have continued Family Karate because of the positive effects it has on my childrens’ behavior and our family.”
One thing that surprises many parents is that Family Karate has many classes that you can enjoy together as a family.
I started my training after watching my son, who was about 10 at the time. Now we train together. It’s made our bond that much stronger and is a lot of fun. Both my son and I are now 1st Degree Black Belts and hope to be Instructors together one day.
Toby Dorn, father of Toby Jr.