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They will Make New Friends, Learn New Skills, and Develop Character

Martial arts is more than self-defense and fitness.

Kids have fun, while learning discipline, respect, focus, self-control, and resiliency.

The martial arts helps kids develop hand-eye coordination, healthy strategies to deal with stress and frustration.

Martial arts also instills good sportsmanship, which does more than just showing youth how to behave politely during and after a game.

Sportsmanship impacts how youth interact on and off the field. Good sportsmanship builds teamwork, character, and teaches respect, honor, discipline, kindness, inclusion, resilience, perseverance, and more.

Boys and girls, ages 5 and up, in Karate Gi Uniform, participating in 7-5-3 Academy Mini Dragons Karate Class, A fun, supportive, and educational activity that will pave the path to confidence and bully prevention.

We follow three rules of Self-defense:

1. Use our words to deconflict a situation

2. Avoid conflict by removing ourselves from the location

3. When rules 1 & 2 fail, be prepared to defend oneself through defense and counter-offense

 We have a Motto for our Karate System:

 "I Train in Martial Arts for Self-Defense, to Protect Myself, My Family, and My Friends, Only"

We follow the 7-5-3 Code


The 7-5-3 Code is an adaptation from the Bushido Code that allows for the enjoyment of a more balanced life, including physically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally.

Each part of the 7-5-3 code has a distinct ethos (or characteristic way of being and doing), and they include:


7 Warrior Virtues

5 Keys to Health

3 States of Mind

Do you want your kids be in a safe environment while learning critical life skills?

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