Empower Boxing Alexandria
This is a boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts program unlike anything else in the area. We teach real boxing and kickboxing skills in order to give you a fundamental set of skills to stay safe in today’s world. You are not doing cardio kickboxing or dance boxing, you are doing real boxing and kickboxing on our heavy bags with real boxing gloves.
Do you want to get more fit?
Do you want to lose weight?
Do you want to be less stressed?
Do you want to learn to protect yourself?
For more information about Empower Boxing programs, please see our stand-alone website for this licensed program at www.EmpowerBoxingAlexandria.com
Little Tigers Pre-School Developmental Martial Arts
The Little Tigers Pre-School Martial Arts program is a developmentally appropriate class designed by a licensed Minnesota teacher for the youngest martial artists. Students use games and other fun drills to learn about coordination, balance, gross motor skills, timing, working together, introducing yourself, and following directions.
Classes are limited to 10 students in each session so the students to teacher ratio never goes above 10:1.
Currently, there are no spaces left in the Winter 2017 session. However, please use the box below for information on the next session or any upcoming extra sessions we open.
Enriching Confidence Homeschooling Martial Arts program
The Enriching Confidence, LLC Homeschooling Martial Arts program is a Taekwondo-based program during the day that allows the area homeschool families to enjoy the benefits of martial arts training in an environment of other homeschool families.
Classes for this program take place on Wednesday afternoons beginning at 1:00 pm.
For more information about the Homeschool martial arts program, please see the Enriching Confidence, LLC main website information page found here.
Registration NOW OPEN!
The new Alexandria Taekwondo program will begin on Tuesday, January 2 with classes beginning at 4:45 pm.
This program is a white to black belt level and beyond martial arts program that is designed to challenge you to become the best version of you. Students will begin the program learning basic Taekwondo skills and drills with traditional material for belt advancement.
As a school, we not only want to teach students about the wide variety of martial arts training that exists in the world today but also give them the skills they may need to keep themselves safe for any number of attacks and threats. We know that we will not be able to keep everyone safe but we want to give you a confident base set of skills you can use to stop most threats.
These programs are for the school-age martial artist who is 6 to 12 years old. More information on the specifics of each program coming soon.
Our Tiger’s Program for students of at the rank of Beginner through Yellow belt will give students a firm foundation of Taekwondo skills to build upon. Students will learn basic Taekwondo kicks, one-step defenses, and beginner-level Taekwondo patterns.
Our Dragon’s program for the Intermediate student Green to Red belt will follow the Tiger’s program but increase the challenge on students by incorporating traditional martial arts weapons of bo, sai, nunchaku, tonfa, and kama. Olympic-style sparring will be introduced at this level and tournament competition is available.
At the level of Purple Belt, students will be introduced to submission grappling. Material from wrestling, Judo, and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu will be incorporated into a student’s training to help them not only learn about the wider scope of martial arts in the world but also to give them greater skills to keep themselves safe.
Our adult program, called the Falcons program, is a much more eclectic martial arts program. Olympic style sport sparring is taught at the Orange Trim level as opposed to the Green belt level in the youth program. This program introduces grappling much sooner than the youth program – at the green belt level. Students are eligible for tournaments at the Orange Trim level.
Falcons students will also be introduced to the throws and techniques of Judo in this program as Purple belts.
Are you ready to try our classes?
If you are ready to try one of our classes use the link below to do our Trial Offer with Alexandria Martial Arts & Movement, you can now register for our 3 Class Trial Offer for only $19.95.
This way you will get to see how our martial arts class works in your schedule. Sign up for the trial offer below.
The Alexandria Martial Arts & Movement Youth Grappling program will be coming soon. Keep watching this website, the Alexandria Martial Arts & Movement Facebook page, or Instagram feed for more details.
Kayla Flynn is a NASM certified personal trainer who specializes in helping clients achieve their goals through specialized programs using minimal equipment. Her personal training services can help you reach your fitness and wellness goals. Sessions are 60 minutes in length and are tailored to each clients individual needs.
Josh Waltzing is a 5th degree black belt in Taekwondo, licensed Minnesota educator, Level-1 USA Taekwondo certified coach. His training services focus on specific areas of martial arts and self-defense training. Sessions are 60 – 90 minutes in length and have several specialized areas; Taekwondo poomsae, Taekwondo sparring, boxing and kickboxing, groundwork, and self-defense.
Our upstairs space is available for a variety of fitness and movement programs. We are open to programs like;
- Tai Chi
If you are interested in teaching a class or moving your program to our space. We have a monthly rental rate for the second level area. Improvements are in store for the space including dance mirrors and some extra storage.
This is a limited view of the current second level dance space. More photos coming soon.
Do you teach a program based on movement arts like ballet, jazz, swing, ballroom, polka, waltz, Scottish, or folk dancing? Our second level dance studio is available for dance programs like yours. We have flexible open times and partnered marketing available
We are open to many types of dance expect styles like tap that involve a lot of floor impacts. The itself floor and the programming below it do not lend well to these types of dance.
If you would like information on using the second level for a dance program, please contact us and we will be glad to discuss it with you.