Class Schedule for Kids and Adults

There have been some changes due to COVID, but we are coming back stronger than ever. Check out our updated class schedule.

Most programs are up and running, or will be shortly.

People who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks, unless you want to. We ask that unvaccinated people wear masks for the time being.

HEMA does not have open enrollment, please email us for more information on that program.

Programs like Judo will be added to the class schedule soon!


Students gather around Coach in kids class

Unless otherwise noted, all classes are suitable for beginners.

Students need to bring water, athletic clothing, and flip flops to class. Check out our blog for more tips! The blog is full of useful information and is great for beginners. You can also explore our sister blog here.

MonTuesWedsThurs
Kids 4-7
4:30-5:15
Kids 4-7
4:30-5:15
Kids 4-7
4:30-5:15
Kids 4-7
4:30-5:15
Kids 8 +
5:30-6:15
Kids 8 +
5:30-6:15
Kids 8 +
5:30-6:15
Kids 8 +
5:30-6:15
Kids Classes
MonTuesWedsThurs
Karate
5:30-6:30
Karate
5:30-6:30
Jiu Jitsu
6:30-7:30
Jiu Jitsu
6:30-7:30
Jiu Jitsu
6:30-7:30
Jiu Jitsu
6:30-7:30
Open Mat
7:30-8:00
Blue Belts +
7:30-9:00
Open Mat
7:30-8:00
Blue Belts +
7:30-9:00
Adult Classes

Contact Us With Any Questions

We want to provide convenient schedules that work for you. While our schedule is limited at the moment, we ask for your patience while COVID is sorted out. On average, most students train twice a week (kids and adults.) There are no limitations on classes, so you can come to as many as you like.

Our beginner classes are designed to give students a good foundation in their training. Basic concepts and skills are practiced in a fun and supportive environment. The curriculum is based on our lower belt rank requirements.

Advanced classes (blue belt and up for Jiu Jitsu) cover more difficult techniques, and the pace of the class is much higher. Students are expected to come ready to learn and work their hardest! There also tends to be more rolling (free combative practice) in the advanced classes.

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