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My son has been attending Chan's for about 8 months and it's been so good for him. The instructors are wonderful and patient,while still promoting discipline and structure. My son has received multiple post cards from the staff at Chan's acknowledging his progress and encouraging him to keep working hard. To take the time to send a hand written note is just so nice and so appreciated and my son loves getting them in the mail!
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I have been a student at Chan's Martial Arts and greatly improved my strength and stamina. It was tough but very well worth it. The instructors there are always willing to take an extra minute with a true rookie. They treat you well and are very compassionate.

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My son has been a student here for a few years now, we really enjoy the staff, they are courteous and really care about their students.

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If you need a place where your child or yourself can grow confidence or learn self defense this is the place to go. Great classes!! Great instructors!!! Highly recommend.

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Just started taking classes in January and i love it. People of all ages taking classes there. I'm 56 and getting stronger and healthier with every class. Great instruction and healthy competition and comradery. Would recommend Chan's to anyone interested in marital arts.

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My daughter has been a member Of Chan's since she was 4 , she is 9 now. I started her there when I noticed she had a lot of anger issues and no outlet. she was diagnosed with ADHD. and o.d.d. so Chan's has been a huge blessing to us! thank you for all that you guys do

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The instructors are incredibly patient, skilled and amazing--especially at dealing with small children or adults who are struggling to learn the form and are new to martial arts. I love the challenges presented by the workouts and the fact that they care and follow up frequently. Being present at the school gives one the feeling of being taught and looked after by members of one's own family.

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Confidence

What do you think of when you think of the word confidence?  Maybe trust or belief or reliance, or even assurance.  Then you might be asking how does confidence relate to martial arts?  First, think of the self-defense moves and techniques that our students learn and develop during their martial arts training here at Championship Martial Arts-Holland.  The moves and techniques taught, help them to develop confidence about which move they will use to defend themselves. This helps to sharpen self-reliance and the confidence to make decisions outside of the mat as well.  Second, a few things to remember when it comes to confidence during one’s martial arts journey is to focus on individual improvement, treat others with respect, and enjoy learning something new along the way.  In martial arts, you will learn an abundance of skill, but it won’t always come easy.  So remember when you fall, learn what it takes to get back up. Being strong enough to get up and keep going also leads to a boost in your confidence.  One of the universal expectations at our school is to treat others with respect. It doesn’t matter how old you are, how long you’ve been training, or how fit you may or may not be. You respect your instructors, your fellow students, and yourself.  An environment based on mutual respect allows you to feel comfortable being yourself. Finally, the process of learning something new is yet another pathway to increase self-confidence.
 “Strength does not come from external performance, strength comes from internal belief.”       ~Dolvett Quince