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Basic Program and Black Belt Club
- Goals - Decide what you want to do, then work hard to do it
- Tiger definition: Love what you do
- Junior & Adult definition: Love what you do and be energized by it
Leadership Program Writing Assignment
- Tigers & Juniors: What are you passionate about? Write about it in a way that makes the reader excited about it, too.
- Teens & Adults: What are you passionate about? Write about it in a way that makes the reader excited about it, too.
Our training includes fitness development (flexibility, upper body strength, lower body strength, core strength and cardiovascular fitness), boxing drills, forms, board breaking and (for students in Black Belt Club, Leadership or Legacy Program) sparring and weapons skills.
This is our forms curriculum for the current graduation cycle:
- White-Yellow Belts: Songahm 1 Phase A (#1-5)
- Camo-Red Belts: Songahm 1 (1st half)
Juniors & Adults
- White-Yellow Belts: Songahm 1 (1st half)
- Camo-Purple Belts: Songahm 4 (1st half)
- Blue-Red Belts: In Wha 2 (1st half)
- Red/Black Belts: Songahm 1-4
Our mobile app for members is now available for both Apple and Android devices! Click here to install it:
Get easy access to our schedule, report star behavior for your child, schedule appointments or private lessons, see the latest news, view curriculum videos and much more! Watch the video below for a quick tour of the app.
Sr. Master Schreiber's wife Helena Echlin has written a comic supernatural horror romance for young adults (and the young at heart) about what happens when mean girls get superpowers and have to save the world. It's called Sparked, and it will be published next fall.
Watch the trailer:
It's not too late to make plans for ATA Nationals in Las Vegas! Just like the tournaments in this region, this event is open to all ages (including Tigers) and all ranks (including white belts). You'll make friends from throughout the US, see exciting black belt competition, and meet Grand Master In Ho Lee and other ATA seniors.
Need a sitter for an evening? Bring the kids to our Parents' Night Out! Register now at www.bay-ata.com/movienight
Beginning March 1st, we will no longer use the Karate Kid Oath to begin and end classes. Instead, we will use the Songahm Spirit of Taekwondo, which is the oath created by the ATA's founder, Eternal Grand Master Haeng Ung Lee. (We've been using that oath in the Teen & Adult classes all along.)
ATA Tiger classes will continue to use the Tiger oath.
You can find the Songahm Spirit of Taekwondo in the Member Resources section of our mobile app or our website, under "Policies and Protocol." For easy reference, here it is:
As the ATA event begins:
Sir (or Ma'am), I will practice in the Spirit of Taekwondo,
With courtesy for fellow students,
Loyalty for my instructors,
And respect for my juniors and seniors, Sir (or Ma'am)!
As the ATA event ends:
Sir (or Ma'am), I shall live with perseverance in the Spirit of Taekwondo,
Having honor with others,
Integrity within myself,
And self-control in my actions, Sir (or Ma'am)!
The next regional tournament will be March 25 in Rocklin, CA.
Click here to register online and print up registration forms. The deadline to pre-register is 8 pm on March 22.
There will be divisions for all ages (including ATA Tigers!) and all ranks. There's also a Novice Division for students who only know half of their form. The event is fun, friendly and a great opportunity to make new friends from ATA schools throughout the region.
Students can participate in the following categories:
- One-step sparring (white through yellow belts only)
- Sparring (camo belts and above only)
- Traditional weapons (BBC and Leadership Program members)
- Combat weapons sparring (camo belts and above)
- Creative forms (Leadership Program)
- Creative weapons (Leadership Program)
- Xtreme forms (Leadership Program)
- Xtreme weapons (Leadership Program)
Take advantage of our Forms Bootcamp every Saturday. This class is an opportunity for students to brush up on forms in preparation for the day when they will have to perform all nine forms (from white through red belt) for their black belt test.
The class will focus on a different form each week. Here's the schedule for this graduation cycle:
- February 4 - Songahm 2 (orange belt)
- February 11 - Songahm 3 (yellow belt)
- February 18 - Songahm 1-3 (white-yellow belt)
- February 25 - Songahm 1-3 (white-yellow belt)
- March 4 - Black Belt Testing
Is there a form you need to review? Want to improve your performance of a form you already know? Come to the bootcamp the week we're covering that form. Attendance is free.
Here's a fun alternative to a birthday party for you adults! Katharine Mason celebrated her birthday by inviting her friends to join her for a women's self-defense seminar. Contact us to schedule yours!
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Ms. Tuzon and Connor Chatburn recently taught a safety seminar at KinderCare. Contact us to schedule a seminar at your child's school or preschool!
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Congratulations to everyone who graduated in December!
For more photos, see our Facebook photo album.
For more photos visit our Facebook photo album.
Our Leadership Program builds skills to help students succeed in school, at work and in relationships. And on top of that, we teach advanced martial arts and self-defense skills!
Senior Master Schreiber has developed a life skills and leadership skills curriculum that draws on both his extensive martial arts experience and his elite education: a BA from Harvard, a JD (magna cum laude) from Harvard Law School, and a PhD from Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. Leadership Program is his way of sharing the benefits of this experience with his students.
Leadership Program teaches…
- Public speaking
- Goal-setting and habit formation
- Confident self-presentation
- Healthy eating
- Strength and flexibility
- Combat weapons sparring
- Advanced weapons (sword, long staff, double stick and double nunchucks)
- Advanced bullying prevention
- Women's self-defense
- Knife defense
- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (ground defense)
- And more!
For more information, and to learn whether you or your child qualifies for Leadership Program, visit www.bay-ata.com/leadership
Celebrate your child's birthday with a fun and exciting activity in a positive and safe environment! Your child and his or her friends can enjoy the world's most popular martial art under the careful supervision of an ATA-qualified instructor.
The birthday child is a black belt for a day! Everyone participates in an energetic 45-minute class that teaches basic martial arts techniques and emphasizes courtesy, respect, self-control and discipline. The class is followed by a 45-minute party. We provide pizza and drinks. The birthday child opens gifts and everyone gets Taekwondo party favors.
We'll even send out the invitations for you!
For only $199 you receive the following:
- Up to 10 guests (add $15 for each additional guest)
- 45-minute martial arts class
- 45-minute party after the class
- Invitations sent to all guests
- Taekwondo party favors for all guests
- Discount membership passes for each adult and child attending who is not already an ATA Martial Arts member
Call (925) 957-9383 or email email@example.com today to arrange your child's birthday party!
We are happy to offer a free Safety Seminar to your child's Boy Scout or Girl Scout troop, baseball team, or other youth group. Please contact Senior Master Schreiber for details.
Did you know that our instructors can go to your school? We'll teach safety skills to your classmates, and you can help out as a junior leader! For example, Senior Master Schreiber visited Creative Play Center, where Siena Machado and Timmy Hiles helped him teach their classmates. (Click here for more photos).
If you would like one of our instructors to come to your school, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide the name of the student and parent, the name of the school, and the school contact information (contact person, phone number, address and email address). You can also bring this information to our front desk.
Training with a friend will make your experience more enjoyable and keep you motivated. You're welcome to invite your friends to come to a free class with you any time.
Just complete this form to send your friend an invitation, and we will follow-up to make arrangements.
Zach Hayden, who owns an ATA Martial Arts school in Indiana, has a new online talk show called My ATA Story. He recently interviewed Senior Master Schreiber about Team PRIDE, staying motivated, and other topics.
We value your feedback. Our goal is to offer a rewarding experience to all of our students and their families. We know we're not perfect, but we are eager to improve. In order to do that, we need to know if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions.
You are always encouraged to talk to Senior Master Schreiber or any other staff member about any concerns. However, if you prefer confidentiality, you can complete our online feedback form. Please do not worry about offending us, though of course we prefer polite feedback to hostile rants. Your comments are absolutely anonymous (unless you choose to provide your name). Thank you for your help!
Did you know we offer private lessons? They are a great way to prepare for an upcoming graduation or tournament, or just to polish up your skills. Details are at www.bay-ata.com/private_lessons.
Want to schedule a conference with Senior Master Schreiber or another member of our staff? It's easy! Just click the button below:
If you are the parent of an ATA Martial Arts member, then you know firsthand how much Taekwondo benefits kids. You've seen your child learn life skills like confidence, courtesy and self-control thanks to the Karate for Kids program. I believe this program can change lives. And I'm asking for your help reaching the kids whose lives need changing most.
There are children in our community and throughout the United States who don't have the advantages and opportunities that bless so many us. These children, who can least afford to enroll in martial arts, are the kids who would benefit most from the life skills we teach.
Team PRIDE is dedicated to serving those kids. Our goal is to help low-income children develop the values and confidence needed to avoid criminal behavior and to succeed in school and beyond. With your help, we can enable at-risk children to participate in Karate for Kids programs so that they can develop PRIDE (perseverance, respect, integrity, discipline, excellence).
There are currently about 20 children enrolled at our dojahng thanks to the assistance of Team PRIDE. Unfortunately, Team PRIDE is running short of the money needed to support these children. If you can contribute any money to Team PRIDE, these kids and their families would be very grateful.
If your employer participates in a United Way Workplace Campaign, please consider designating Team PRIDE as your preferred charity.
Donating is easy! You can leave cash or a check (payable to Team PRIDE) in our donation jar at the front counter or use our online donation form.
Because Team PRIDE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donations are tax-deductible. For more information, please visit www.prideforkids.org. On behalf of the kids we serve, thank you.
- Senior Master Schreiber