Trial Membership

Our highly trained instructors are ready to equip your child
with the tools that increase success in school, at home and in everyday life.

 

What age do you start taking students?

We start accepting students as young as 3 1/2 years of age, as long as they qualify for group training. We operate award-winning, age-specific programs divided into the following age groups: 3 1/2 and 4 year olds, 5 and 6 year olds, 7 to 9 year olds, 10 to 15 year olds and adults.

Will my child get hurt?

Studies show that participation in a well-run martial arts school is safer than every other physical activity your child is likely involved in. The reason why is because Champions Martial Arts Academy emphisizes safety on all accounts including physical safety lessons, and more!

How often do students attend?

Our students attend two classes per week and offer various class times to accommodate busy schedules. Check out our class schedule.

Do you have a trial program available?

We offer an introductory Trial Membership that includes two weeks of classes and karate uniform (gi) for $59.95. Once your child completes the program, we have several enrollment options, including a month to month membership.

How do we start?

Please call us, or stop by to register. Champions Martial Arts Academy offers classes year round so you can join any time as long as we have space available.

 

(925) 777-0100

3620 Lone Tree Way, Antioch, CA 94509

AMAA's training has been very beneficial to all of us. We are more confident in everyday life and we have gained knowledge on how to protect ourselves. I really like women's self defense seminars. It teaches us the simple but effective techniques that women can do when they get attacked by one or multiple attackers. I now know how to get away from hand grab, choking throat, grabbing from behind, etc. I never knew how to get away from being pinned down on the floor until I took a seminar. It is amazingly simple but very effective. Thank you for sharing the knowledge and techniques that is necessary for defending ourselves and our loved ones.
Tamami Carney, Japanese Language Teacher