Paik's Traditional Martial Arts Centers provide youth programs designed to build your child's body, character, mind and spirit. More than just "punching and kicking", our programs focus on developing the whole person. Our internationally accredited belt level programs use traditional concepts, values, and virtue to foster excellence where students improve their esteem, confidence, inner strength, and self control.
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Interested in a quality and convenient martial arts program after school? If so, then we are the program for you.
We offer after-school pick-up from Madison and Monona elementary schools every day of the week, as well as select middle schools. Once all of the children have arrived we start our program with a 45 minute Taekwondo class taught by a black belt instructor trained to work with children and teach the art, science, and history of the martial arts. The classes are energetic, fun, informative, and meet the standards necessary for your child to move through the belt levels necessary to progress toward higher ranks, eventually to black belt if that is the path you choose. We make a 100% guarantee that your child will not be bored!
After class, each child will be provided opportunities to work on homework, engage in active games, do crafts, or continue to practice Taekwondo if he/she so chooses. There will be plenty of fun activities and occasional field trips worked in with the Taekwondo activities. Call or e-mail to see if your child’s school is on our current list of pickups, and to find out our availability.
We offer full-day camps all summer, starting the week after Madison schools’ let out and going up to Madison schools’ start of year. With great rates for both new students and current members, amazing and fun exposure to the martial arts through fun, innovative practice and games by trained black belt instructors in the mornings, a variety of active, fun indoor and outdoor games and activities just before lunch, and an afternoon full of field trips (swimming, Devil's Lake, bowling, rock climbing, pottery, trips to the park, fishing, and the like), crafts, Olympic-style games and competitions, volunteer opportunities, cooking classes, and much, much more.
Call at 608-233-9999 and ask for Mr. Masaki for more information about our special Introductory package to save!