PTSDA Karate

Traditional Karate Classes for ages 4 & up!
Afterschool and Day Camp Program

3 days ago

Ptsda Karate
Pre-Test #1 is Today!Get to class to see if you are eligible to test for your next rank. If you are unable to make it, you can do your Pre-test at your next class. Good Luck everyone! Tang Soo!πŸ€“ After School Prgm (2:30-3:55pm)🀩Tiny Tiger Prgm (4:15-4:45pm) – Stripe DayπŸ˜ƒ White & Yellow Belt (5pm)😎 Orange & Green Belts (6pm)
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4 days ago

Ptsda Karate
(Yoda voice) Get to the dojang you must. Review, Review and more Review you will. Do or do not. There is no try.πŸ‘½ After-School Prgm Classes (2:30-3:55pm) πŸ‘½ Private Lessons (4-4:55pm)πŸ‘½ Blue – Master Belt (5pm)πŸ‘½ Red Belts (6pm)Pre-Test #1 is this Wednesday & Thursday. Pre-testing is our system to see if a student is eligible to test for their next rank. If you are not ready for testing, we want to encourage everyone to still attend for practice. BTW – May the Fourth Be With You!!! Tang Soo!
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1 week ago

Ptsda Karate
πŸ˜ƒ Happy Wednesday Everyone!Here’s what we are doing at the dojang today.😎 After School Prgm Classes (2:30-3:55pm) ➑ Basics🀩 Tiny Tigers (4:15pm) ➑ Self Defense & BreakingπŸ€“ White & Yellow Belts (5pm) ➑ Forms & Sparring Drills😁 Orange & Green Belts (6pm) ➑ Forms & Sparring**Bring your gear (i.e. Headgear, mouthpiece, hand & foot guards). If you don’t have gear, please see us the about options available to you
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2 weeks ago

Ptsda Karate
We hope that you are having a terrific Tuesday! Here’s what we are doing in class today.πŸ’₯ After School Prgm (2:30-3:55pm) ➑ FormsπŸ’₯ Private Lessons (4-4:55pm)πŸ’₯ Blue – Master Belt (5pm) ➑ Sparring DrillsπŸ’₯ Red Belts (6pm) ➑ Sparring DrillsWe are only 17 days away from our next test! Be sure to prepare yourself for a successful exam. Tang Soo!
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2 weeks ago

Ptsda Karate
Make the TimeHave you ever caught yourself saying that you don’t have time for something? As a martial arts instructor, I’ll often ask students if they practice. Most respond with the classic I don’t have time. As I probe further with questions regarding watching television or playing video games, they realize they do have time. It’s all about making the time.Start small and be consistent. With Tang Soo Do, commit to practicing twice a week for five minutes per session. Everyone has five minutes, and it’s not that difficult to accomplish. Getting into the habit of the activity is part of the magic of making time for something. By completing the task, you will feel a sense of satisfaction. As you consistently do the activity, you will start to build confidence. As your progress continues to grow, so will your motivation. As all of this unfolds, you will naturally increase your time with the activity. Progress = Motivation. So the next time you think that you don’t have time to improve yourself, start with five minutes. Make the time. You are worth it. Tang Soo!
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