Are you fearing your child’s cry this summer, “There’s nothing fun to do...” or “I don’t want to go to sleep-away camp!”
Or are you looking for something different, fun and challenging for your child(ren) this summer?
Check out Taekwondo and this may be your "best summer ever!”
Martial Arts offer many benefits, especially for children. Taekwondo is a fun way for both boys and girls to get active, achieve fitness, and learn focus. Students learn to punch, kick, and defend themselves...while learning self-discipline, respect, and socialization skills. Even children with special needs, like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) benefit from learning self-control and concentration.
As a parent we all want our children to be respectful. Taekwondo teaches respect by showing students how to bow and what that means. Students learn to stand still and wait for commands. And research has shown that this carries over into school, helping to improve behavior and maybe...even grades.
The United Martial Arts Centers specialize in children’s Summer Camp. UMAC provides a clean, safe, and positive environment. Your child will be taught by our Professional Martial Artist Instructors and develop invaluable life skills and qualities, such as respect, discipline, and confidence. You can feel at ease knowing your child(ren) are safe, happy, and having fun.
(Note: UMAC Summer Camp is licensed by Westchester County’s Health Department)
Our Summer Camp offers:
- Early drop-off (7:30 - 9:30 AM and Late pickup (4:45 - 6:00 PM)
- Martial arts training
- Field trips including weekly trip to Lake Compounce
- Games, activities, reading time, movies, and more
UMAC Summer Camp Registration is open and the best rates are now.
If you are new to my Patch blog on Living a Black Belt Life, please read last week’s entry, “From Summer Camp...To Budding Martial Artist,” written by a student’s father. My staff is “home grown” to ensure they share the passion to make a positive impact on all UMAC student which is a part of living a Black Belt Life. This is a great example of one of my student’s on our leadership path.
Look for my weekly blog every Monday providing tips and insights from UMAC Briarcliff, "Living a Black Belt Life."