Children (5-12 years)
Children develop self-confidence. Through self-confidence, a strong character and a positive attitude is achieved. The children also learn to focus and direct their positive attitude towards their family, academics, and friends.
Young Adults (13-18 years)
Young adults develop self-confidence, mental discipline, and integrity. Through self-confidence, young adults are able to avoid peer pressure, which has become the largest problem in adolescence today. Mental discipline prepares young adults for the added pressures of adulthood. Integrity builds the character in our youths, who in turn become the foundation of our society.
Adults (19 years and older)
Adults develop self-confidence, mental discipline, and mental improvement. Self-confidence allows adults to be more assertive in life. Mental discipline allows adults to deal with stress and pressure. Mental improvement develops martial art theories and concepts, allowing for unlimited progress in their daily lives.