NEWSLETTER (coming soon)
At Buckner Martial Arts we are interested not only in self-defense skills but also in the complete personal development of each student. Individual attention is a feature of each and every class, allowing Buckner Martial Arts students to progress quickly and easily towards their personal goals. Our instructors take seriously their responsibility as role models for younger students, teaching them the importance of strong character, leadership, and values.
Although our techniques are based on centuries old knowledge, our application of that knowledge sets Buckner Martial Arts apart from other schools. We realize that each student possesses different physical abilities. Size and strength vary with each individual, so once you have acquired a strong foundation in the basics, our program will enhance your personal physical capabilities and maximize your self-defense skills. You will understand exactly what it takes, mentally and physically, to defend yourself or your loved ones should the need ever arise.
For your convenience, our program is set in 8-week Sessions and NO CONTRACTS. This allows our students broaden their life experiences outside of Karate. They are welcomed back any time.
(Ages K-6) Give your preschooler the one program designed specifically for them! Physical fitness, character, social and self-defense skills are presented as fun drills, games and activities.
Preschoolers love our KARATE TOTS program and parents appreciate kids that are improving their motor skills and balance as they learn confidence, discipline, and concentration.
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(Ages, 1st grade & up) Instructors are committed to helping children become more successful in school and in life by teaching the foundation of Martial Arts. They’ll learn self-control, gain confidence, build self-esteem, improve their hand-eye coordination as well as develop techniques to help improve fitness.
(Ages 10 and up): Children develop leadership skills in their very first class. Martial Arts teaches every child to be more confident, focused and disciplined—which are the core skills of being a good leader.
Winter: January 7 - February 28
Spring 1: March 2 - April 30 *NO CLASS FEB 17-19*
Spring 2: May 5 - June 26
Summer: June 29 - August 21
Fall: August 25 - October 23 *NO CLASS SEPT 7-11*
Winter: October 27 - December 18
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