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4-6 Yrs Old
Karate for Kids
7 to 12 yrs
Birthday parties Karate Style
Transportation After School Karate Program.
Ride the bus,
earn your black belt
13 & up with Self Defense & Weapons Training
A Superior Cardio Workout
Convenient Class Times
Nunchukas, Bo Staff, Sai, Samurai Sword, Tonfa, & Kama
Traditional Japanese Karate
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Meet the Staff
Welcome to Falbo's Family Karate
Families that Kick together, Stick together!
Building Black Belts From the Inside Out
How Karate can benefit you and your child!
Here at Falbo's Family Karate we want to help your child excel in self esteem and gain confidence in the process.
There are 168 hours in every week. With just two of those hours, we at Falbo's can increase your child's ablility to concentrate, focus on the positive and say no to unhealthy peer pressure at school.
Our classes focus on self-defense, how to improve relationships with teachers and classmates and address the whole child. When children practice karate they come away with a lifetime's worth of success skills including goal setting, increased confidence, better focus, character development and of course, discipline.
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-To enhance our community and its citizens through the positive personal development skills of our training.
- To provide Christian inspiration through prayer and love as taught by our Lord Jesus Christ both in and out of our karate school.
- To provide a safe karate school of Christian morals, values, and support for our student's mental and physical growth.
- To ensure long-term growth of the school and staff by providing quality student service and instruction.
We Believe God has blessed us with this School and with these Kids to encourage spiritual growth and the development of the whole person. We look forward to teaching you.
Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Romans 12:2
Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6