October New Class Schedule

October New Class Schedule

October New Class Schedule

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Corpus Christi Family Martial Arts Academy
New Class Schedule For October 2020

This month we doubled the about of “Little Dragon” classes!

Be sure to reserve your spot on the mat. Classes are filling up!

Covid Safety Protocols

Great News! Summer Camps & Martial Arts Classes

Corpus Christi Family Martial Arts Academy

Summer Camps & Martial Arts Classes

Dear Martial Arts Family, 18 May 2020

Great News! We have permission to reopen!
Monday, June 15th We will cautiously resume classes in the Dojo.
All students are asked to maintain at least 50% of their classes on the new website virtual training portal.
You will provided with information on how to register in the coming weeks.
We plan to live stream most classes from the Dojo.
I look forward to seeing everyone again soon.

Mark Timmerman, Grand Master

Covid Safety Protocols
Covid Safety Protocols

Reopening Safely
Committed to Reopening Safely

Covid19 Response

There are many concerns about what safety measures we are taking as we begin to reopen.

    • We will have a sanitation area set up at the front of the facility.
    • We have purchased a commercial air purifier and professional cleaning equipment along with

EPA approved Hospital Grade virucide disinfectant that we will be using daily

Cold Fogger
Dojo Fogger


Martial Arts ClassesJune 15th

Classes will be by appointment only

Students will be socially distanced in the training area by 6.5 ft x 6.5 ft.

Class sizes will be reduced to 12 to 15 per class

Limit to one parent/guardian chaperon  if necessary

Class times reduced to 30 minutes

There will be a 20 to 30 minute sanitation time between classes

Students encouraged to do at least 50% classes online

Virtual / Online Classes
Online Martial Arts Classes


Summer Camp – June 1st

Campers will have their temperatures taken daily

Campers will be kept in small groups of 6 to 8 when possible

We will be doing as many outdoor activities / field trips as possible and will not interact with public

Camp counselors will continually monitor the children throughout each day for any symptoms

Sign Up for Summer Camp
We are now taking online registrations for Summer Camp

Begins June 1st – Click here to register!

Summer Camp

Martial Arts and ADD/ADHD in Young Children

Attention deficit disorder, commonly referred to ADD, is a condition that afflicts a large number of young children in today’s society. The condition is characterized by a diminished ability to concentrate on a particular task for prolonged periods of time. In some cases, the condition can also lead to constant feelings of restlessness. In this case, it is referred to as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Both these conditions, in whatever degree, can seriously hamper the way in which a child functions both at home, at school, and in public. As a parent who has a child that is suffering from ADD or ADHD, it is extremely important to understand the condition before putting into place measures to cope with and counter it.

No need to be over-worried

The first thing to understand about the condition is that your child may not truly have it at all. Parents are often so worried about the way their children are developing that they often look to these conditions as possible reasons for skewed development. However, it is important to understand that children, more often than not, are naturally impulsive, curious, and restless. In some cases though, the condition can be quite pronounced. Another thing to remember is that the condition is treatable and certainly not permanent, as long as the right course of action is taken at an early stage.

Children who suffer from ADD/ADHD experience a range of symptoms and feelings that can be quite disconcerting for them. In many cases, a child can experience a feeling of disillusionment and disconnectedness with the environment around them. Simply reprimanding a child with ADD constantly is not the solution. A better course of action may be in empowering the child and building self-esteem and focus in a number of ways. Karate for kids classes are an exceptional environment for children of all abilities and conditions.

Do not rush to the doctor

A mistake that many parents of children who have ADD/ADHD often make is to rush to the doctor to have medication prescribed. However, in most cases, medication should be viewed as a last resort. Parents should take some time out to develop learning strategies that help their children cope with the pressures around them, whether this is at school or at home. When children begin to internalize these learning techniques, they will naturally build their cognitive function over time to appropriate levels. If parents are unsure of how to deal with problem, it is highly recommended to visit a psychologist to better inform and prepare themselves and find supportive resources.