Adult Program Available to All Black Belts 14 and older

2nd and 3rd Degree Black Belt ProgramAdvanced student performing at 2012 Demo

This program offers the highest level of teaching in the school and is geared towards the school’s top students. Forms from both the 2nd and 3rd degree black belt curriculum will be covered.

Topics include: Eagle Form and Advanced Northern Longfist

Tuition $295 –

Time: Saturday 10:15-11:30am (Oct 8 – 1/14)  10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17, break 1/7 and 1/14.

(Appropriate for Brown belt 2-star who are currently in the advanced adult kung fu class, Black Belt students 14+ years old or Adults students L6 and up)

Kids/Junior Programs

Leadership/Advanced Skills Program

Part 1 – Leadership/Sparring Preparation/Advanced Skills Program

Purple (11+ yrs old), Red (10+yrs old) and Brown program for advanced skills in balance, strength, and flexibility geared towards the development of physical confidence.  Physical topics will include:  agility exercises, dive rolls, cartwheels, hand stands, kip ups, jump spinning kicks, sweeps, joint locks, black belt test skills, as well as movement required for Black Belt Testing.  Mental topics and conversations will include responsibility, accountability, confidence, leadership and independence.

Tuition – TBD

Time: TBD

(Appropriate for students purple belt to brown belt)

 

Part 2 – Sparring Program (Ages 11+ Purple belt, 10+ Red belt, brown belt, black belts) **(Equipment Required)

Self defense/sparring during 2012 Demo

In the sparring program, students will learn how to apply what they have learned in class to a dynamic fighting situation.  The main concepts of distance, timing and power will be covered in solo, two person and multi-person scenarios.  Physically, students will learn blocks, attacks, footwork and combinations, however, mentally they will learn so much more.  Students will learn how to stay calm when faced with adversity, the power of technique and exactness and will improve their confidence and awareness of potentially bad situations and how to dissolve or avoid an altercation.  The program is not about fighting, as much as it is about not fighting.

Tuition – TBD

Time: TBD

(Appropriate for students purple belt to black belt)

 

Accelerated Training Program

1st Degree Black Belt Program

Topics will include: Preparation for Black Belt test

Tuition $65

Time: Thursday 6:30-7:30pm (3 weeks – 12/1, 12/8, 12/15)

(Appropriate for Brown belts)

 



Teaching Programs (All ages)

Adult Assistant Instructor/Instructor Program

Why Assist/Teach?

  • Physically you will learn to break movements down, practice the basics and be asked to think about the basics from many different students’ points of view (you will learn the material on a much deeper level and begin to absorb what you thought you already knew)
  • Confidence is knowing what you can and cannot do… you will challenge this line and move it, in doing so you will grow… learning to speak in front of a group
  • Meaningful, helping others to develop and having a positive impact on their lives
  • Help to make the school grow and contribute to a community which supports you
  • Communication, learning how to effectively teach and motivate many different types of personalities
  • Learn about yourself, your strengths and areas to improve in, on a path to becoming a better human being

This program will teach the student how to assist an instructor in the teaching of a martial arts class. Through breaking down and teaching the basic movements each student will gain a deeper level of understanding of their foundation, grow in their confidence and learn how to positively impact the lives of others. Students will work on their ability to communicate, speak in front of a group, and learn about their own personal strengths and weaknesses.

In this program assistant instructors will begin to transition from assisting to leading a classroom. The instructor will learn how to effectively handle all aspects of the class: creating a lesson plan, coordinating assistants and effectively teaching warm-up, drills, forms, and self-defense, as well as, how to sign up prospective students, handle an introductory lesson, and balance by different individuals in a classroom setting. Instructors will work to improve communication, one-on-one and with a group, and continue their understanding of the foundation of their practice.

 

Teaching Programs  

 

Assistant Instructor Primer

 

Time: Saturday 1:15-2:30pm – TBD

 

(Appropriate for all levels currently assisting with classes)

 

 

 

Assistant Instructor Programs

 

Tuition TBD – 12 weeks of hands on class work and teaching observation, with close Instructor Supervision and explanation – Saturday 10:15-11:30am –  Jan – April