Welcome to AmeriKick
"GIVE THE DYNAMIC GIFT OF CONFIDENCE"
We are excited you have made the commitment to join one of the most dedicated, successful and prominent martial arts organizations in the world.
It is our pledge and promise to you that we will instruct and show you the way to be a proficient martial artist. This commitment to your includes the application of mental and spiritual elements of karate as well as the physical applications.
All AmeriKick™ programs are age specific and help students, regardless of their ability level, to reach their full potential through the motivational and inspiring classes lead by AmeriKick professional and highly trained teaching staff.
Our class average is 6:1 student: Teacher Ratio Innovators in Leadership Practices.
KARATE IS NOT A GAME OF POINTS, WEIGHT CLASSES OR SHOWY DEMONSTRATIONS. IT IS A MARTIAL ART AND WAY OF LIFE THAT TRAINS A PRACTITIONER TO BE DISCIPLINED.
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What We Offer
Age Specific Classes
Tigers: Preschooler (ages 3 and 4), Dragons: kindergartener (ages 5-6), Kids (Ages 7-12), Beginner, Intermediate and advanced, Teen / Adults Kickboxing, Mixed Martial Arts and Kempo Karate
Free graduation, diplomas and new belts for a minimum of 2 years. Over $999 in saving.
No Yearly Contracts
All our programs are on a month to month basis. 30 days notice is required to cancel any membership. Don’t be stuck to a yearly contract.
Family Training Center
Martial Arts Classes for your Kids, Kickboxing, Muay Thai and Kempo Karate Classes for your Spouse and Yourself.
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Our Results in Numbers
A 1985 study found that children in martial arts have an increased sense of responsibility and a higher sense of self-esteem.
Want to praise the excellent team at AmeriKick camp! My kids (8yo girl and 6yo boy) look forward to the program each morning and have the most excitement when I pick them up as they can’t wait to show me the new moves they learned !! Best part is that it’s not all fun and games – the staff also encourage academic learning with a weekly trip to the library where kids read and then write about what they read ! (Love that camp does this even when I can’t). Not a huge fan of the extended hours small crammed room, but the kids don’t seem to mind it.