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Kids Martial Arts Classes in Union City and Fremont

Our Children's Program is geared towards kids ages 7-12. This program is designed to build character and teach values such as respect, discipline, determination, perseverance, self-control, and co-operation through martial arts training. Authentic Korean masters teach classes.


At Choi's Martial Arts, your child will learn how to:​


  • Develop Self Confidence: From these classes, children learn that they have what it takes to become powerful and that the most important thing is to exert effort and energy through patience and practice.


  • Learn Concentration: Concentration becomes key as lesson plans and directions become harder as the student progresses. From this learning experience, when students concentrates they will learn that it is the most effective use of their energy and that the experience of learning is fun.



  • Commitment and Goal Setting: Through a progressive belt system, all of our students are given goals as well as a clear and realistic way of achieving their goals. With this, students actively work towards achieving their short term and long term goals.


Getting started is easy at Choi's Martial Arts

At our school we teach kids step-by-step in a positive and encouraging manner. Our instruction focuses on what your child is doing right, and how we can help them reach their full potential.


  • Beginners are always welcome - no prior experience is necessary.


  • We offer a Trial Program that includes everything you need to get started.

"Taekwondo helped my son improve his physical fitness and my daughter build her courage, discipline, and self-esteem.  My husband and I have learned that there is much more to Taekwondo than just physical skills. Taekwondo trains the mind and spirit as well as the body."
- The Su Family


"Our daughter was very shy when she first joined Choi’s Martial Arts. Now she is assisting in class here at Choi’s as well as school. Her teacher has commented on her leadership skill in group projects."
- Parent Rah Johal

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