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Outstanding. So much talent and genuine care for teaching the art. Very happy with every aspect of Prospect Martial Arts.

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Mr. Levesque is by far one of the most patient, understanding, incredible and all around amazing instructor and person. He gets through to the kids so naturally. PMA is highly recommended and I still can’t get how far our son has come in just one short year. Thank you Eric and Kellee for sharing your love of Tang Soo with us!!

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Master Levesque is a wonderful mentor! My son and daughter have learned so much and really enjoy going to class. Prospect Martial Arts is a family friendly place where you will meet wonderful, caring people. Master Levesque puts his heart and soul into every class. He genuinely cares about each individual student both inside the dojo and out.

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Awesome classes with awesome teachers! My kids and I love training with Mr. Levesque and everyone involved down there! PMA for life!

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PMA has become like a second family to us. Mr Levesque is a phenomenal instructor. His patience, dedication, and understanding to all of his students is amazing. The way he teaches is truly inspiring. My son has come such a long way since he started a year ago. I could never thank you all enough for all you have done for us. We love you Eric, Kellee, and everyone else in our PMA family

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Developing A Healthy, Balanced Child

There’s more to education than reading, writing, and arithmetic. Children need to learn how to control their growing bodies, deal with complex emotions, and navigate social situations.

Academic schools are great for educating the mind, but what about the rest of the child? Recent budget constraints have cut funding for physical education, music and art education, and many other “non-academic” disciplines.

Let’s look at some of these “non-academic” areas:

  1. Physical Fitness. Children need healthy exercise, but they also need to learn good eating habits to stay healthy, as well as gross and fine motor skills to develop their coordination and body awareness. Unfortunately, many schools don’t address these needs.
  2. Mental Discipline. It seems more and more children these days exhibit symptoms of ADD (attention Deficit Disorder), and with our short attention span society, they need a structured way to learn to focus or concentrate. Many recent laws have stripped the ability of public schools to enforce discipline.
  3. Emotional Self-Control. In many ways, the difference between a child and an adult is emotional control. Temper tantrums seem to come naturally to children, who have to learn over time that they cannot always get their own way, and must control their emotions in order to be considerate of others. Emotional education is not part of your average school curriculum.
  4. Social Confidence. Learning to deal with other people is a skill set that can be learned. Unfortunately, character education — the very foundation of treating people right – is not a proper academic subject.

martial arts kidsSo, where can concerned parents turn?

The martial arts have centuries of experience teaching physical, mental, and emotional discipline. Students learn amazing physical skills. They practice mental discipline every day, learning emotional self-control. Most important of all, they are taught right from wrong, to develop outstanding character and personal leadership.

Hundreds of parents in our community have seen their children get a balanced education in our children’s martial arts programs.

Why not take advantage of our special offer by clicking the link below? There’s no obligation, and your child will thank you for it.

Martial arts is training for life!