The Karate system offered at the VMAA is called Koro Ken Karate, which means “mind/fist empty hands”. This is an eclectic style taught in a traditional format. This style, is an excellent form of self-defense. With training, you will learn discipline, improve your mental and physical condition, and develop a life art that you will take everywhere you go.
During MMA training, learn standup sparing along with grappling kick-boxing and ground sparing.
This program develops the child's discipline and body conditioning, The positive self image that comes from this program helps the child to resist negative peer energy and helps them to succeed in other endeavors. This program also makes the child aware of the possible dangers of everyday living and helps to prepare them for life. This class is taught in a traditional atmosphere, with emphasis on positive reinforcement
Aikijutsu translates to energy harmonizing techniques. This art is based on the theory of Ki. This art teaches you to move form hara (center), extending your Ki to redirect your opponents attack in spherical motions around the body. Also included in this art is mat work, submission holds and free style grappling.
Tai Chi Chuan translates to “Grand Ultimate Fist” and is an internal form of martial arts. This Chen style is based on the theory of yin & yang and the philosophy of Chinese medicine. In traditional Chinese martial arts there are both outdoor and indoor teaching methods. The form taught at VMAA is an indoor or family form received in Tai Chi Chuan men’s tradition.