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Elise Hill reviewed American Family Martial Arts
5
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Class was great because we tried new things. My favorite thing yesterday was playing the game and earning my star on my stripe.

Rachel Pantinople reviewed American Family Martial Arts
5
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My son had gained so much self confidence after attending only 4 weeks of classes. His level of respect and discipline continues to increase as his training does. The instructors and staff are great with the kids and go above and beyond to make sure they know your child’s needs.

Amber Navarre Llewellyn reviewed American Family Martial Arts
5
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Great group of folks running this business. My son loves coming to karate here. I've never seen him so excited about anything, and we've tried several sports and activities. Says a lot about AFMA. Very impressed with all of the instructors. They have patience and go the extra mile for those with special needs as well, making it possible for those individuals to participate like everyone else (just from my observations). That's one of the things I love about this place. Highly recommend to anyone wanting to try out karate. They make it a fun environment to learn.

John Buker reviewed American Family Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

They have the best teachers and, friendly service, and they can go with your schedule.

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I can’t tell you how many times I have a parent tell me, “Little Suzie’s grades are falling, so I’m taking karate away.” It’s frustrating for me as an instructor because I KNOW how much good martial arts does for a child. Increased discipline, respect and confidence are just a few of the benefits. While […]

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You’ve heard of Elf on the Shelf? Maybe he (or she?) visits your house every Christmas? Well the martial arts world has NIGEL THE NINJA.    This mischievous fellow lives with us all year long! Nigel the Ninja is on a mission to learn more about martial arts and complete his training. To do that, he […]

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5 TIPS for staying safe and having fun during Halloween  Halloween is such a fun time of the year for children (and some adults); but when children encounter tricks instead of treats, this holiday can become very scary – and not just because of the decorations and frightening costumes. Abductions, bullying, candy that has been […]

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If your child is being bullied at school, there is so little a parent can do, that we often feel helpless and powerless. Perhaps the school administration is aware but that 5 minute session in the guidance counselor’s office hasn’t done any good. October is National Bully Defense Month and American Family Martial Arts has […]

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The life skill this month at American Family Martial Arts is teaching children how to act with integrity. This skill  is vital for their development. Without integrity, children break promises, lie, and have no concern for others. Integrity means to adhere to moral and ethical principles, and if taught correctly, children will take these lessons with […]

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Back to School Tips for Parents Summertime has come to an end, and with that comes all of the back to school anxiety and jitters that are common among children. Your child may experience common physical effects of anxiety associated with back to school time including symptoms from stomachaches to sleeping problems. They can also […]

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I wanted to share some great tips on the Parent SKILLZ word: PROMPTING. At American Family Martial Arts we believe in the “family” part of our name.  And sometimes we all need a new idea or way to look at things in this hard job called parenting. Setting your child up for daily successes is […]

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This month at American Family Martial Arts your child will be learning about the Life Skill TEAMWORK. There are so many area in life where teamwork is important. Teamwork is not something that is easy to teach but it is something that needs to be taught early to ensure proper development. As we teach teamwork […]

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This month at American Family Martial Arts, your child will be learning about the Life Skill of SHARING. A simplistic explanation of sharing is “some for you and some for me.”  For many children, it is difficult for them to see the other end of sharing: how others benefit from our act of sharing. In […]

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