Pre-School Karate Kids

Wright’s ATA Martial Arts is a place where Pre-school kids grow their self confidence and can come to learn martial arts in a safe and stress free environment designed for ...

Karate for Kids

Karate for Kids classes at Wright’s ATA Martial Arts, in Memphis are a great way to instill integrity, courtesy and respect with children in the local 5101 Sanderlin Ave, Suite ...

Adult Martial Arts

Wright’s ATA Martial Arts classes utilize a top level team of Instructors, under the supervision and guidance of Martial Arts Instructor, Thomas Wright. They have designed, incorporated and tested a ...

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Self-Defense

Awareness is the key to any good self defense program. Part of the training we provide at Wright’s ATA Martial Arts, teaches students to learn to avoid potentially threatening situations ...

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3 Ways That Martial Arts Can Enhance Your Life Skills

Wright’s ATA Martial Arts operates one of the country’s top rated Taekwondo ...

Engaging In Martial Arts To Combat Childhood Obesity

This article details the problems of childhood obesity and presents martial arts ...

How Karate For Kids Teaches Discipline

This article is about how the Karate for Kids program can help ...

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The Family that Kicks Together Sticks Together Part 2

When parents join their children in karate class, they both benefit in several ways. The active routine provides “quality time” that they don’t get at home or in sports where one party is just a spectator. Children often see their parents in a new light. They are more open to discussions about values and virtues….

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The Family that Kicks Together Sticks Together Part 1

Martial arts have been shown to provide mental and physical health benefits like weight loss, muscle gain, stress relief, and self-confidence. Karate training also reduces depression, improves circulation, and improves overall health of the body. Now more than ever, lots of parents, kids, and siblings are training together. This builds family unity and gives everyone…

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The Language of Martial Arts Leadership Part 2

Speaking the language of martial arts leadership in class – with terms like courtesy, integrity, and loyalty –gives parents many chances to teach children their own values too. For example, the use of mannerly terms like “yes sir,” “no ma’am,” “please,” and “thank you” inside and outside the classroom quickly turns courtesy into a positive,…

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