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Karate For Kids Classes

The Karate for Kids programs offered at Len Brassard’s Family Martial Arts Center, in Fitchburg, MA, are a great way to instill virtues like integrity, courtesy, and respect in children of the local North Central MA community. Our state of the art Karate programs are proven tools to help teach children valuable life lessons. Some of the skills and values we foster are respect, self-discipline, self-control, and the ability to safely defend themselves when needed. These life skills and attributes help each child achieve a “Personal Victory” in Martial Arts – and in life! Our professional instructors are equipped with these same skills and values as a result of their own training, and pass them on to children in our Karate for Kids programs to promote their progression through adolescence into adulthood.

As our son, Vincent A. Champa, ventures into the next level of his academic career, it remains abundantly clear that his years of martial arts study at Len Brassard’s Family Martial Arts Center have played an important role in both his personal and academic successes. While Vinny began his journey in Kenpo karate at a very young age, and such a new experience can be both frightening and intimidating for a young child, Dr. Len, Mr. Lenny, and the staff at the Studio extended a warm and comforting welcome. Within a mere few weeks, Vinny felt “part of the family”. Throughout his years at FMAC, from white belt to second-degree black belt, Vinny not only learned the dynamics of Kenpo karate and the mechanisms of self-defense, but life lessons that helped him develop from a child into a healthy, productive adult, including a sense of confidence, empathy, perseverance to strive for one’s goals, and an overall altruistic attitude towards his fellow man. These lessons carried with him not only during his time at the studio, but extended well beyond and into adulthood, and for that, we, as parents, remain eternally grateful.

February 4, 2015