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Premier Martial Arts Havelock

Transform your body and mind at our martial arts school.

Premier Martial Arts Havelock is much more than kicking and punching. We help our students become a better version of themselves. While practicing Martial Arts, we find discipline, grow leadership skills, build character and learn to focus.

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Chief instructor is Master Christopher Williams

In today’s picture-perfect social media world, people of all ages are feeling inadequate and discouraged. At Premier Martial Arts Havelock, we help students find confidence, strength, and focus to live their best life and understand their true worth. Learn the art of self-defense in Havelock. Start your martial arts journey today at Premier Martial Arts Havelock.

FAQs

Q Contact

471 U.S. Hwy 70 W Havelock, North Carolina 28532,
(252) 447-2446

Q Things included in Kids Program

Sparring and Self-Defense: Sparring is an important part of most martial arts programs, as it allows students to practice their techniques in a controlled and safe environment. This portion of the program may also include training in self-defense techniques, such as how to escape holds or defend against an attacker.

Q Benefits of Martial Arts

Martial arts can also serve as a great stress reliever and provide a sense of relaxation and calm. The physical activity and focus on the present moment can help individuals let go of their daily worries and find a sense of peace.

Q History of Martial Arts

The history of martial arts in the United States can be traced back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when various Asian martial arts styles were introduced to the country. One of the first martial arts to gain popularity in the United States was judo, which was brought over by Japanese immigrants in the late 1800s. Judo was later popularized in the United States by Mitsuyo Maeda, a Japanese judoka who traveled to the country and taught the art to students and law enforcement officers.

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