THE HARDEST PART IS BREAKING THAT OLD HABIT OF MAKING EXCUSES LONG ENOUGH TO LET THE NEW HABIT CATCH ON. IF YOU DO MAKE IT IN THE DOOR, IT CAN BE UNCOMFORTABLE! YOU QUESTION AND JUDGE YOURSELF FOR NOT BEING PERFECT AT SOMETHING YOU’VE NEVER DONE BEFORE. THEN YOU CREATE AN INSANE WEB OF HALF-TRUTHS, IRRELEVANT REASONS AND desperate EXCUSES to quit. YOU HAVEN’T EVEN GIVEN YOURSELF A CHANCE TO LEARN THE BASICS BUT HAVE already DECIDED YOU’RE NOT GOOD ENOUGH and never will be..

WE HAVE ALL BEEN THERE FOR A TIME… YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

ASK YOURSELF: WOULD YOU SUPPORT YOUR KIDS IN ADOPTING THIS ATTITUDE TOWARDS THEIR ABILITIES, TRYING NEW THINGS THAT INTEREST THEM OR CONFRONTING CHALLENGES? WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONSIDER TREATING YOURSELF WITH THE SAME CARE, PATIENCE AND BELIEF AS YOU WANT THEM TO TREAT THEMSELVES.

NO COMMITMENT. NO EQUIPMENT. NO EXCUSES REQUIRED.

 
 

What do I need TO BRING?

For your first class, athletic shorts and a t-shirt are all you’ll need, since we will be lending you a uniform for your trial week. Once you register for ongoing classes you will need to purchase a GI and and a Rashguard.  Other equipment people often choose to wear includes mouthguards, knee and elbow pads. 


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