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PROVIDING SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING SINCE 2002
XS MARTIAL ARTS DOJO OFFERS A NUMBER OF PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAMS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS’ VARIED NEEDS AND SCHEDULES.
As a family-run school focused on reinforcing values taught at home, we aim to create an atmosphere that embraces camaraderie, support, accomplishment, and team spirit. With Master Instructor Jason B. Horne and a staff of expert instructors at the helm, our dojo hones a relentless focus on discipline and leadership. Whether you’re seeking private training, women’s-focused self defense, after school programming to accommodate family schedules or even aspire to become an instructor yourself — we have the curriculum to get you there.
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OUR CLIENTS LOVE US!
I have so much appreciation for Sensei Horne and his staff because their programming prepares our youth for the future. My Son Edward received his black belt after several years of sweat and tears. Discipline; self-respect; anti-bullying; self defense; and believing in yourself are key components to life and tackling the challenges faced by youth today. This is an awesome program and my family is proud to take part. – Natalie Lockett
As a single mother, even with all that I have going on, this program is invaluable to us. I’m beyond proud of my Jaiden — he is now a blue belt! When it comes down to preparing and meeting his goals, school and extra-curricular, he motivates me on a daily basis as one of the most self-disciplined individuals (including adults) I know. He exercises and practices everyday because he always wants to do well. Thank you Sensei Jason B. Horne for all that you do! – Angela Elly
At white belt, I wondered where the yellow belts found the energy. At yellow belt, I wondered where the purple belts found the energy. At purple belt, I now realize wherever you are in your journey: just WARRIOR up. – Tracey Lynn Robinson