Dragons: (Ages 5-8) The structure of our dragons program uses many aspects of martial arts training for children to be the very best while in a comfortable fun atmosphere where highly structured lessons turn into a fun activity while instilling a sense of confidence and respect in your child.
Juniors: (Ages 9-13) these dynamic classes are built on teamwork, competitive exercises and goal setting for your child’s future. Junior classes develop a high impact active routine that prepares them for future training in striking and grappling arts.
Muay Thai: The official sport of Thailand. A powerful system of kickboxing unlike any on Earth. It utilizes the eight points of contact (hands, feet, elbows and knees) and is often called The Art Of Eight Limbs. Brought to you from the Kaewsamrit, Sityodtong and Windysport training camps in Thailand.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: A distinctly Brazilian offshoot of the Japanese grappling arts Judo and Jiu Jitsu.
Shootfighting: A blend of grappling and striking that is popular in Mixed Martial Arts circles. Learned from the founder of Shootfighting, himself, Karl Gotch.
Kali: The deadly Filipino art of stick fighting. Brought from two of the art’s best-known masters, Tuhan Mel Lopez and Upong Tuhan Ben Largusa from a system invented by the great Floro Villabrille.
Silat: The Indonesian martial that emphasizes attack and counter-attack. Passed down to Guy Chase from Pendakar Herman Sawanda.
Jeet Kune Do: The highly adaptive system of fighting developed by the iconic martial arts master, Bruce Lee. Passed on to Guy Chase by Bruce’s #1 student, Guro Dan Inosanto.
Savate: Developed on the streets of Marseilles, France, this unique form of French Kickboxing is hard to find anywhere in the world outside of France, let alone in the United States. Guru Guy earned his title of Professor under Savate legends Salem Assli, Frederic Belleton and Robert Paturel.