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Christy Norvell Allison reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
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Scott Bailey is an amazing teacher and friend. He really builds a close relationship with his students and loves them deeply. He walks through life with them, on and off the mats. We have been with him for 7 years now. I can’t say enough good things about him and the other instructors. P3 is one big family and we are blessed to be a part of it!

Zoe Goodacre reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

From the owner to the instructors to the students I have had a pleasure of meeting, this truly is a fantastic business and community that everyone should know! The relationships and life lessons are invaluable and I highly recommend!

Sarah Bradley Lilly reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Amazing instructors! Great place for adults and kids of all ages to learn martial arts

Heather Lore reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My 5-year old son has learned so much at P3 - not just taekwondo, but important life lessons. My 6 year old loves the day camps. The staff are fantastic and you can tell they really care about the kids. We highly recommend P3!

Jimmy Jameson reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

We’ve been at P3 over a year now. And today I felt compelled to write a review.

Both my oldest boys have been there. A few months ago my youngest fell goofing around off the mat and hit his head. The families rushed over to help us out. Today, in the middle of belt testing my oldest ran off the mat and got sick. The families were running outside to offer help, cleaning up and just doing whatever they could.

Point of it all, a lot of places teach martial arts and they’re probably all pretty good. But if you’re looking for a martial arts family, P3 is it. Come check things out and give it a minute, you’ll agree. I promise.

Cortney Burnett Blackston reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

We love P3!! The instructors and after school staff make classes fun and challenging. They work well with all ages, and truly set a respectful and kind example for our kids to learn from. My kids love it here! Thank you guys!

Darlene Brizuela Sarafolean reviewed P3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My son has has been at P3 for a little over 3years. Because Master Bailey and his staff are amazing they have taught my son the meaning of commitment and perseverance. It has been the best experience ever.

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The Positive Effects of Martial Arts for a Child in School

Grade school can be quite the experience for any child. It is a place where a child not only learns academically but one where a child must learn to socialize and function in the world. Unfortunately, there are a lot of negative experiences that a child may have when going through school. Whatever those experiences may be, it would be a good idea to have a child participate in martial arts classes. Doing so will give them the tools they need to survive the school experience. The benefits associated with taking martial arts classes are essential for them to be able to have a positive experience in school.
Helps them earn better grades in school Getting good grades is reflective of a child’s comprehension of the material. But, it is also indicative of their discipline and responsibility traits. Through martial arts, students are to learn the fundamentals of stretch and physical routines. They also learn to become disciplined with practice and keeping up with their cleanliness of uniforms. Children learn how to be punctual and can focus their daily thoughts on the tasks at hand. Thus, being able to exhibit these positive traits will translate to better grades as schooling requires the proficiency of these characteristics.
Gives them the confidence to stand up to bullies Bullying is a very prominent and unfortunate experience that many children will either witness or become victims of in their lifetimes. Being a part of martial arts can give children the strength and confidence that they need to stand up to these negative individuals. Not only will they learn about self-defense strategies, they will be able to feel assertive and courageous. Possessing self-confidence is the number one way for a child to be able to stand up for him/herself in any threatening situation. Through martial arts, they will learn that not all conflicts have to be physical. They will possess the mature mindset to tackle any conflict with assurance and pride.
Gives them the ability to make friends Having friends and keeping them can be the big difference between a positive and negative school experience for children. They will latch onto people who share common interests with them and feel devastated when those relationships disappear. However, for children who regularly practice martial arts, they have a different capacity to make and keep friends in their circle. Besides making friends in the martial arts classes themselves, children are able to easily socialize and collaborate with other students at school. They instill a lot of the same discipline and traits they learn from martial arts in their everyday lives. For instance, they may be first to
initiate a conversation with quiet students because they feel confident in themselves to do so.
Being a part of something special such as martial arts can be greatly impactful for children. Especially when it comes to school, children can gain invaluable skills and behaviors that will allow them to have more successful experiences in social settings. Although school is meant to teach them about a variety of things, having martial arts as a supplement can significantly affect the way they approach schooling and their overall experiences