The Meng’s Youth Kung Fu / Karate program will give your child the confidence to say yes to the good things and say no to the bad things. They will develop a strong identity on who they are so they don’t get influenced going into their teen years with bad behavior. Our dynamic Meng’s instructors build confidence in our students, and prepare them for life. On the mat students will be inspired and encouraged, and instructors will build good core values that will stay will them and help them with future success. As Parents we want what’s best for our child. Here at Meng’s we want everyone to achieve Black Belt excellence outside the classroom as well as inside the classroom. If you are looking for your child to increase confidence, focus, self discipline, or any other of the Black Belt Principles taught at Meng’s, then call today and let the transformation and journey begin.
As students progress through the Meng’s Belt System, they are required to get their school teachers and parents signature on Grades, behavior and motivation before testing here at Meng’s. This ensures that they are motivated in regular school, martial arts school as well at home. They will also be involved in community activities such as demonstrations and volunteer work. There are many incentives built into our ranking system such as Tip testing, Excellent Attitude Stripes, Monthly Black Belt Excellence Worksheet Completion, Student of the Month, Excellent Attendance and Academic Achievement fun nights.. This teaches them goal setting and positive motivation. Meng’s Instructors reiterate the importance of school work, family life, and our responsibility to the local community.
If you would like your child to achieve Black Belt Excellence outside as well as inside the classroom please make stop procrastinating and call today. Black Belts Attitudes are not born, they are created!
Meng’s Kung Fu /Karate Youth Programs instill the following: 1.Leadership Skills
3.Focus and Concentration
5.Black Belt Excellence Attitude
Live Like a Black Belt
Sifu Brad Ryan explaining some ways they teach accountability and balance.