Core Foundations of Martial Arts & Self Defense for Middle and High Schoolers
Physical challenges build strength and fitness, while lessons in “mind over matter” deepen resilience, problem solving abilities, mental focus and resolve. Our lessons teach your teen to advocate for themselves, work cooperatively, value themselves, and become real leaders at work, school and throughout their lives.
You want your teen to have clear boundaries, a strong voice and effective physical techniques to carry in their back pocket for the rest of their lives. And if training results in a beaming smile, a bouncing step and a sense of connection to life, what are you waiting for?
Membership includes the option to train up to 3x a week:
- Monday 6:30-7:30pm
- Thursday 6:00-7:00pm
- Saturdays from 10-11:30pm
Your investment: $119/month
Here’s what you can count on your young adult learning:
Discipline, Respect, Focus, Listening, Patience, Leadership
Striking, Kicking, Voice, Releases, Parries
Balance, Breathing, Meditation, Perseverance, Compassion
Curious about where this journey might lead?
Frequently Asked questions
Who is teaching my teen?
We are! You want to know that your teen is learning from people with integrity whom you can trust, and we promise we’ve got you covered! Jeff and Silvia are parents of teenagers and the owners of Naga. We believe your young adult deserves excellent instruction from the start their journey, and that you deserve a collaborative team and open communication. The teen years, as you well know, can be complicated and emotional, and with our experience, educational background and training, we are up to the task! We, and our core group of black belt instructors, are committed to meeting your young adult where they are, while making sure they get the most out of each class and leave sweaty and smiling!
How many classes should my teen attend per week?
We recommend a training schedule of two classes per week, but we know that the life of a teen can include varying degrees of homework and activities. Staying consistent and making room for training even in the busiest of weeks is overall more important than how often your teen comes to class.
Do I have to sign an annual contract?
No! We believe simpler is better! The world is complicated enough without us making it more so. Our memberships are month-to-month and easy to cancel or put on hold.