“Learn the art of living through Martial Arts” At Martial Arts Company we teach life skills through ITF Taekwondo, Boxing and Basic grappling. Martial Arts Company is also the ONLY school in Hawaii that starts children at the age of 2 1/2 years old. MAC is a very unique martial arts school that emphasizes RESPECT, DISCIPLINE and having a POSITIVE BLACK BELT ATTITUDE as much as we teach your child martial arts techniques. With time and commitment we can guarantee you will see positive change in your child's behavior not only in martial arts, but better grades and attitude in school and discipline and awareness at home. Our instructors at Martial Arts Company are certified and highly skilled and ready to influence your child in the right direction and lead by example. Martial arts is a way of life, make us a part of your ohana today! Scroll down below to see videos on our program and what some of our parents to have to say.
Our program is also beneficial for special needs children! Here are the stories of a few of our students with special needs:
"My son (age 9) has Aspergers Syndrome, which is a highly functioning form of autism. He has been a student at Martial Arts Company since he was four. The program has benefited him because each phase is structured, focusing on having fun and positive reinforcement. MAC has been instrumental in teaching him self confidence and setting goals. MAC's experienced instructors are positive role models which truly make a difference in enjoying and progressing through martial arts."
"Our child has Aspergers and dyslexia, and has struggled with both group sports and group learning. Martial Arts Company has helped forge a foundation that helps with self-discipline and focus. It is an inclusive environment that both accepts a child's individuality while raising expectations on accomplishments with the group. The instructors are caring, professional, and diligent. The students are friendly, respectful, and accepting, and the families create an extended network of support, friendship, and ohana."