Here at Vision Martial Arts our Internationally Certified Instructors are dedicated to helping you and your family achieve your own personal vision of success. Since everyone is different the first thing we will do is to meet with you privately to gain a sense of the goals you have for your family in starting a martial arts program and help you choose the program and classes that is the best fit for helping you reach those goals.
Review on Men in Martial Arts - Altered Lifestyle I'd always been told I was fit and in shape, but the truth was I was lucky. All that sports activity in high school and daily trips to the college gym kept me toned enough to not be embarrassed by my appearance. Work changed all that. I had no idea that working eight hours a day would make all the errands, the gym, and my social life seem like another demand on my time. When I started at Vision Martial Arts, it was just a whim, and I was thinking if I was forced to go because I paid for the membership, I would at least lose some weight. It turned out to be the best decision of my life. I gradually cleaned up my eating habits and I am now legitimately in shape! I feel focused, energized and have discovered how easy it is to be healthy. The healthy “Vision” in Vision Black Belt Academy and Martial Arts has given me the key to success in life, health. Thank you to the Vision MA Team. Darrin M
Posted: 9/06/2011 • Link to this review
Vision Martial Arts is one of the best Martial Arts program in the RTP area. My child has attending the Morrisville program since 2006 and she is still going strong. The Leadership Program is just one of the option that a parent can enroll their children in and there is no pressure to enter any of them. I opted to enroll my child in the Leadership Program to assist her with building her confidence, which it has done I might add. Martial Arts is an expensive sport, especially if your child wants to do it long term. The instructors are AWESOME and will give your child individual attention if they need it.
Posted: 10/29/2009 • Link to this review