Martial Arts have been an amazing tool for teaching children to become more focused, confident, and disciplined for over 2,000 years! This helps them get better grades, have higher self-esteem, improves health & fitness, and teaches them to defend themselves.
Our Yorktown Kids Martial Arts program will help your child reach their full potential... and have a ton of fun at the same time!Learn More
Our Yorktown Adult Martial Arts program is for men and women looking to add fun, fitness, excitement and inner growth to their lives. Discover amazing techniques for self-defense. Get great workouts that work you from head to toe, make friends, and have a ton of fun.
Our passionate instructors will guide you through every movement... encourage you through every challenge... and give you all the attention you need to succeed beyond your wildest dreams. Be sure to take advantage of our Crazy-Low Web Special so you can get started Today!Learn More
Yorktown Kid's Karate and Martial Arts Birthday Parties provide a super-fun, supervised, structured party for your child. These parties include fun and games, as well as martial arts instruction. But the best part is... your kid is the star of the show.
They'll help teach their friends martial arts, and demo their own skills so they feel like a total rockstar. Kids absolutely love these parties, and talk about them for months. Parents love how relaxing and stress-free they are. After all, we do all the work! Spots fill up FAST, so call us today to book your child's party!Learn More
Yorktown, Virginia is a census-designated place (CDP) in York County, Virginia, United States. It is the county seat of York County, one of the eight original shires formed in colonial Virginia in 1682. Yorktown, named for the ancient city of York in Yorkshire, Northern England, was founded in 1691 as a port for shipping tobacco to Europe. The lawyer Thomas Ballard was the principal founder of the city along with Joseph Ring. It was called "York" until after the American Revolutionary War, when the name "Yorktown" came into common use.