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- 2330 Rt# 33 Suite 102
Robbinsville NJ 08691
Frequently Asked Questions:
Absolutely not, there is No Obligation To Continue after your Trial Period if you are not satisfied with your results.
Everson’s Karate feels that if a student wants to achieve a black belt they must learn to earn good grades.
We believe that the best self-defense any child can learn is the self-defense of education.
That why Everson’s Karate requires their student to bring in their report card every marking period before they will be allowed the test for a new belt.
Every summer we offer a reading program called “Earns your Black Belt in reading”. This program has been designed to encourage reading through the summer and has been well received by both our student and parents.
The Listening Posture. We teach children that when it’s time to listen, they must sit or stand straight up. Shoulders back. Lift the chest a little. Chin high. These alone can double focus retention!
Direct Eye Contact is Essential. We teach the children the four rules of concentration. Focus your eyes--Focus your ears--Focus your mind Focus your body. Your child will then be able to focus on the words being said.
And, of course, we watch like a hawk for situations when your child does listen effectively. Catch them doing it right, and follow up with a huge dose of appreciation, like, “Excellent job, I was so proud of you for focusing on what I was saying!”
Everson’s Karate uses a belt system to reward and encourage children to set their goals and achieve them.
Everson’s Karate feels the younger they start learning this valuable skill the more success they will see in their adult life. We encourage a Persevering Attitude; we don’t allow a pattern of quitting.
As children grow so do the number of choices they have to make. The choices will begin as soon as they start school and will continue to grow in complexity as your child matures. What does it take to make a choice?
Making a choice takes a balance of self-confidence and the mental ability to think through the consequences of your decision. Therefore, teaching a child to make good choices will benefit them for years to come and will definitely set your child in the right direction.
Children should be eased into decision-making at an early age.