Kaizen Image Galleries for Wildcats, demonstrate the high energy, focused-yet-fun atmosphere I maintain for the youngest of my students.
Here, kids get to run, jump, kick, punch, roll, yell, and expel their energy through dynamic and multiple drills each class. While the goal is to have tons of fun, the priority is to learn foundational martial arts and social skills.
Kids want to have fun, be challenged, and be recognized for their accomplishments. Parents want a safe place for their kids to train, with a flexible schedule and affordable rates. That's exactly the environment I created here at Kaizen.
Classes are designed with family schedules in mind, along with the idea of challenging students physically and emotionally, and providing them with recognition for setting and achieving goals. I use positive reinforcement, within a disciplined and motivating environment.
The ability to fight does not come from Rank, Style, or Title.
It comes from your own passion to train, aspire, overcome fear, and discover your way.
Only then, will you unleash your own Art of Combat.
It may seem difficult at first...
But everything is difficult at first.
It's the Journey which shapes us...
Not the Destination
I will teach you to fight... and have discussions on peace.
How do I reconcile the two?
It is better to be a Warrior in a Garden... Than a Gardener in a War.
The name WIlDCATS came obviously from my work with the Big Cat Rescue in Rock Springs. But this also describes the "Wild Energy" of my classes available the youngest of my students.
My Wildcats program utilizes a combination of discipline, structure, respect, and character development, along with high intensity classes full of running, jumping, yelling, kicking, punching, and rolling.
This is a foundation program for kids to develop not only their martial arts skills but also their "Social Skills".
What if a certain animal did martial arts??? I base the techniques and social skills in each lesson off the personality and physical traits of 12 unique animals. Each providing a vast variety of drills and techniques in every class.
Wildcat Students focus on Fundamental Skills in martial arts. As their skill increases, so does their foundation and mindset in martial arts.
When they are no longer challenged by the Wildcats Program, they graduate into the Youth Program.
Aside from a strong foundation in martial arts, I want my youngest students to develop their respect, discipline, self-control, and confidence.
Each animal curriculum develops specific social skills to help them in everyday life.