Frequently Asked Questions

Common martial arts questions answered

We put together a list of commonly asked questions about martial arts, our training, and our program. If you don't see your question answered, please ask us!

Our style is traditional Tang Soo Do as directed under Grandmaster Cheezic.

Yes, in fact we encourage you to do so! We want to make sure you are comfortable with our style and classes before you commit to them.

Free classes are part of our regular classes, so you can experience exactly what you would as a student. To schedule a free trial, please call us a head of time.

Yes, while you start as a beginner in our style, you will continue to wear and line up at your previously attained rank. Your progress in our style will often be accelerated depending on your previous abilities and your practice levels.

Our classes are designed for all ages starting 4 1/2 and up.

No, we do not have any contract requirements.

Yes, we offer three difference attendance plans to fit your schedule. Plans include options for 1 day, 2 day, or full week attendance

Yes, please let us know ahead of time or at the beginning of the month that you need to change your plan.

Yes we do! Please contact us to discuss different plans and options.

We are always enrolling new students into our classes. Start as soon as you like.

Yes, however, a uniform will be provided to you free with your first months payment.

Nothing else is needed to participate in our classes. Students who plan on sparring will need sparring gear, mouth guard and male students will need groin protection.

Fees aside from the monthly tuition include belt testing fees, typically every 3-4 months. Students who graduate to a new belt color will also add the cost of the new belt. Testing fees are $25 per student and belts cost around $10-15 each depending on color and quality.

No, while we do our best provide an extensive selection of gear, you are not required to purchase from us. Please check ahead of time to ensure uniforms and equipment will be suitable for class and proper safety.

Sparring contact is controlled to both head and body. Our students are trained to use control and adjust both speed and power during matches to work with all students at their level.

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