Are You Looking for Great Self-Defense for Your Children or Yourself?
We teach two styles of self-defense, Kung Fu and Tai Chi. Our Kung Fu classes are for three kinds of students, younger children - Kung Fu Kids, a mixed class of older children and some adults - Family Kung Fu, and a separate Adult Kung Fu class. We also teach Tai Chi classes for Adults. Tai Chi is a no impact version of self-defense where the moves are practiced slowly, but when needed, the same moves sped up will result in effective self-defnse techniques. Any of the Kung Fu or Tai Chi classes will help improve fitness, balance, coordination, strength, attentiveness, flexibility, focus, and memory.
Interested in learning more about our martial arts programs? Visit us in Cockeysville, Md., call, or email!
US Martial Arts Academy, Ltd --- 10540 York Road, Suite J --- Cockeysville, Maryland 21030 --- 410-561-9882 --- A Self-Defense Kung Fu School for Families -- Children and Adults and a Tai Chi School for Adults for over 28 years. The Baltimore Sun's 2019 Best in Baltimore for Martial Arts Classes!
US Martial Arts Academy, Ltd held a First Degree Black Sash Test on November 24th. Mr. Doug Barrick and Mr. William Tong demonstrated the Tien Shan Pai first degree forms as well as other students and staff performed advanced forms. Congratulations to both Mr. Doug Barrick and Mr. William Tong!
The cost of audience admission was our customary 2 canned or dry goods. We collected 6 food boxes for the Assistance Center of Towson Churches food bank.
On Sunday, June 4th, 2017, at 11:00am, (please note that this is an unusual time) USMAALtd will hold a Black Sash test for four students:
Please join us and support our candidates who have been training for many years to achieve this rank. The cost of admission is two canned or dried goods items (non-perishable staples, no glass containers, please) or $2.00 which will be donated to a local food bank.
US Martial Arts Academy, Ltd welcomed four new first degree Black Sashes:
on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Each candidate demonstrated the forms learned while working toward the first degree, choreographed and participated in a self-defense skit, gave a speech, and broke five boards.
We collected non-perishable food or $2.00 as our admission fee which will be donated to a local food bank.