Your first class is free!
Contact coordinator Ms. Hussey 1-401-575-84775 for more information specific to your situation.
We start children at 6 years old, however, each child is ready at a different time. If your child can follow directions, pay attention to instructors, stand still for periods of time, and has some physical coordination. Some children change drastically in a few short months, so it’s good to look at each child separately. Some may benefit by waiting to begin training. For younger children, we have Tang Soo Tots class!
One is never too old to learn karate! It’s a sport where the physical abilities of a person increase over time. Our students and instructors range in age from 3 years old to 78!
We have several packages to choose from, from once a week to unlimited classes, so that our costs can fit into your budget. There are no contracts at DMAA, so you pay by the month. Each student receives a free dobahk (uniform) when they sign up, and sparring gear can be purchased over time. We do not profit from the sale of gear in our school store, so that we can keep costs low. Patches are required for uniforms at a nominal price. Other expenses occur over time, such as the costs of tournaments, however, they are low in our Federation.
There are a number of forms you need to fill out to register with us. For your convenience, you can get them here:
(link TBA, for now, contact your teacher)
There are no contracts here at DMAA. Ever.
You can order gear through us at DMAA, contact your instructor for more information.
This answer will vary from person to person. Becoming a black belt is a journey in learning, practicing, and discovering your own strengths and weaknesses. It will depend on how much time is put into classes, and practicing at home. With excellent attendance, 4-5 years is achievable.
Absolutely not! Our instructors are always aware of each student’s injuries, limitations, and abilities. Tell us of anything you cannot do, so we can make sure you learn without injury!
Almost everyone can do karate at some level. Certain physical limitations may be present, but karate is a personal journey, and each person should strive to do their personal best.