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Katie Rae Robinson reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

IMA is an absolutely wonderful taekwondo studio. Fantastic instruction...a great mix of discipline and patience. My three kids attend classes here, and they all love it!

Eleah Clevenger reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My son (4yrs) loves his classes! Talks about going in between often. My husband and I love watching him and Mr. Hendrick is great with the kids! Hope to begin classes myself, someday.

Sarah Flann Woodward reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Such a great experience for my preschooler plus my profound autistic son. They are so calm and understanding with my boys. I plan on keeping up with classes, thank you!

Susanne D'Angelo reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My kids love it and love their instructor. They are learning a lot and already went up to a level 1 yellow belt. The instructor Danny Hendrick, makes it fun to learn and is super patient. My son is autistic and he can't wait to go and I have never seen him so excited about anything.

This is a great place to take your kids or even yourself...you will learn a lot and have fun doing it. Its totally worth it...

Tiffany Norris Buttram reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My daughter has been going here for almost a year, her confidence has increased, and she absolutely LOVES it! We are hoping to have our 4 year old start the new skills classes this fall.

Rebecca Denney Jennings reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Our daughter has been taking part in the Spectrum classes for the past 2 months. We love how we feel accepted! Mr. Danny is so patient with her and knows when to push her further and when to hold back. I am so, so, impressed. We've had several "proud parent" moments that we have not been able to experience before. Such a blessing to be part of the Impact family!

Robin Ellison reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

This January we went to sign up our son (age 7). He is ADHD/Bi-polar with sensory issues. We have been patiently waiting for our boys to start Taekwonddo, knowing the skills of self awareness, self discipline, and self esteem would come with practice. It helps our son make goals for himself and feel great about is accomplishments. We were excited about our youngest being able to start too (age 4). Mr Danny and Mrs. Bridget is so excited to see us and make the classes fun. I honestly don't think they realize the exercise they both are getting, because when we get home each boy added push-ups and sit-ups to their bedtime routines. Just in 4 months we have more focus, more respect, more excitement about learning something new at Taekwonddo! Thanks guys for helping our Ninjas grow!

Christina Ebeling reviewed Impact Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My son loves the instructor and the classes. Danny Hendricks (the instructor) is incredibly patient and knowledgeable. My son isn't just learning Taekwon-do, he's learning respect and discipline which is evident even outside of class.

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