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June 2013 Promotion & Recognition Awards Ceremony

Our Annual Promotion & Recognition Awards Ceremony was held on June 8th at the Antioch Community Center Gymnasium. Congratulations to all students who were promoted to a new belt, earned a new stripe and/or received an award. We have such a passion in teaching the martial arts and to see the growth and development in our students is such a blessing. This very special event is an opportunity to acknowledge all of our students and the hard work they put into their martial arts training.

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National Pet Month

In celebration of National Pet Month, Antioch Martial Arts Academy's students families teamed up with Petco and donated 1,818 pounds of pet food to 4 local pet rescue agencies: HALO, DASH, Cat Support Network & Good Newz Pittie Pups. On May 18th we held an event at Petco complete with pet adoptions, raffles, a local 4H petting zoo, and performances from Python Ron's Reptile Kingdom and A.M.A.A.'s own Demo Team. We want to thank everyone involved in making this event such a huge success! All 4 agencies were especially grateful to all of our students and families who generously donated and supported us on this community outreach event. Thank you for taking part in this tremendous effort!

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Black Belt Easter Bunny

In March, the Shaolin Kenpo Easter Bunny made a surprise visit to the students of Antioch Martial Arts Academy to pass out candy-filled eggs, take pictures, and witness their awesome in-class performances.

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American Shaolin Kenpo Karate motivates me to keep being the best that I can. I will be honest and admit that I stopped practicing Shaolin Kenpo for my first few years in college. I personally felt that I needed to pursue other interests and use my energy in other ways. I meant no disrespect to my teachings or training, it was just my decision. At first, I was relieved at all of the free time in my schedule. Then, things started to slip... My weight had shot up to 240+lbs. I was slower, less energetic & less focused. It took a few eye-opening experiences to make me realize that I needed Shaolin Kenpo back. I re-started my honest training 18 months ago & NOW, I'm a newly Athletic 181 lbs! I owe it to God, my family, and the lifelong lessons that were taught to me by my 2nd family at the Antioch Martial Arts Academy. THANK GOD FOR AMAA!
Isaiah Brown, Student at Morehouse College