Martial Arts Training for University of Michigan Students
College can be a tough time where you’re discovering what you want to do with your life and, most importantly, who you are and what kind of person you want to be. You’ve got mountains of homework, tests, exams, and social pressures to contend with. With all that going on, it can become very easy to forget to find the time to take care of yourself.
Training at Japanese Martial Arts Center in Ann Arbor is a great way to take care of yourself. Martial arts training provides a full body and mind workout. It’ll allow you to stay physical, healthy, and give you the focus and mental acuity to handle a fully-loaded college class schedule.
What martial arts style should you train in?
The good news is that, as a University of Michigan student, you’ll find that Ann Arbor has a large concentration of instructors and senseis offering a wide variety of disciplines. To find the martial art that fits you, the best thing is to simply give it a try.
At JMAC we encourage new students of all ages and skill levels – beginner or advanced – to come visit our facility and watch us train. You’ll get a sense of how we do things and what we offer. Before becoming a member you can take two free personal lessons to see what the experience is like.
We teach the following martial art styles at JMAC:
- Nihon Jujutsu
- Iaido (Japanese Swordsmanship)
- Kids Karate
- Kids Judo
- Little Dragons (4-6 year olds)
Full Body & Mind Martial Arts Training
If you’re ready to take a break from your stressful class load and train in an inclusive, encouraging environment, take a look at our Schedule and give us a call at (734) 720-0330 to speak with one of our instructors.