Martial Arts For Athletic Children In Dayton Ohio

Martial arts is a unique sport. In fact, it’s far more than a sport because it has practical self defense application, mindfulness training, and artistic expression. But it is very much an athletic pursuit. With all of the cross body movements, core muscle development, power muscle group engagement, and explosiveness training, Martial Arts at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is like Kumon for athletes. And children and adults who play other sports become far more mentally focused, confident, and are physically better at skills that are specific to those other sports. They literally dominate the field in a positive and competitive way, and so get more playing time, score more points, and are handed more leadership opportunities with their team. All of these reasons and more are why many of our black belts are also star athletes in other sports.

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School provides Martial Arts, Self-defense, and fitness programs for children and adults in the Miami Valley. Communities served are Dayton, Kettering, Vandalia, Oakwood, Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Springboro, Centerville, the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, And all other contingent communities.


Martial Arts School Serving Vandalia Ohio

Matt Pasquinilli, founder of the nonprofit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School talks to Living Dayton WDTN Channel host Sallie Taylor about how to keep your child safe from bullying and bullies this school year.

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is the premier martial arts school in the Miami Valley located at 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 (937)395-0333 aacdayton.com info@aacdayton.com

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School serves all communities in the Miami Valley including Vandalia, Ohio 45377


Martial Arts School Serving Vandalia Ohio

 Practice martial arts with us from your home. We are just a few minutes drive from anywhere in the Miami Valley, including Vandalia!

 

Whether you are a new student in one of our programs and would like to get extra help with your requirements, or you can not make it to class for any reason, we have made all of our curriculum available online at 89tigers.com  

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is located at 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 and can be reached by phone at (937)395-0333 or email info@aacdayton.com The Website address is aacdayton.com

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is the Miami Valley’s best and most respected martial arts school for over 18 years. Students as young as three and as old as your grandparents all take classes in age specific and level appropriate programs. These students come from all over the Miami Valley, including, Kettering, Oakwood, Bellbrook, Centerville, Miamisburg, Vandalia, Beavercreek, Dayton, Xenia, Springboro, Springfield, Waynesville, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Spring Valley, and all other contingent communities.

Martial arts programs at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School include and contain elements of a mixed or blended set of styles including taekwondo, karate, boxing, jujitsu, kali, muay thai kick boxing, grappling, judo, hapkido, and other styles.

 


Miami Valley Martial Arts School Instructor Raises Money For Charity

 

Matt Pasquinilli, Head Instructor of the non profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School talks about where he is in his pushups4change.com fundraising efforts to support Brigid’s Path.

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is located at 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 and can be reached by phone at (937)395-0333 or email info@aacdayton.com The Website address is aacdayton.com

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is the Miami Valley’s best and most respected martial arts school for over 18 years. Students as young as three and as old as your grandparents all take classes in age specific and level appropriate programs. These students come from all over the Miami Valley, including, Kettering, Oakwood, Bellbrook, Centerville, Miamisburg, Vandalia, Beavercreek, Dayton, Xenia, Springboro, Springfield, Waynesville, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Spring Valley, and all other contingent communities.

Martial arts programs at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School include and contain elements of a mixed or blended set of styles including taekwondo, karate, boxing, jujitsu, kali, muay thai kick boxing, grappling, judo, hapkido, and other styles.

 


How To Tie Your Martial Arts Belt

Matt Pasquinilli, Head Instructor of the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School in Kettering, Ohio gives a short and useful tutorial on how to tie your taekwondo or karate belt.

Tying your belt will take a little bit of practice, but will come quickly as you attempt to do it yourself. The instructors at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School are always happy to help you learn and get better at tying your belt.

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is located at 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 and can be reached by phone at (937)395-0333 or email info@aacdayton.com The Website address is aacdayton.com

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is the Miami Valley’s best and most respected martial arts school for over 18 years. Students as young as three and as old as your grandparents all take classes in age specific and level appropriate programs. These students come from all over the Miami Valley, including, Kettering, Oakwood, Bellbrook, Centerville, Miamisburg, Vandalia, Beavercreek, Dayton, Xenia, Springboro, Springfield, Waynesville, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Spring Valley, and all other contingent communities.

Martial arts programs at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School include and contain elements of a mixed or blended set of styles including taekwondo, karate, boxing, jujitsu, kali, muay thai kick boxing, grappling, judo, hapkido, and other styles.

 

 


Matt Pasquinilli’s Tools For Schools Bring Focus, Fitness, and Fun To Miami Valley School Children

Matt Pasquinilli, Executive Director of the non-profit Asian Arts Center, and mindfulness coach, is bringing his movement based mindfulness training to schools in the Metro Dayton region. “When you help a child understand what focus looks like, give them an opportunity to move their bodies, and catch them in the act of behaving well in the classroom, their social skills and self-esteem grows.” Matt Pasquinilli said about the classes he teaches. “My goal is to give the teachers in traditional classrooms the same tools that I use to improve attentiveness and encourage mindful behavior at school and at home.” Pasquinilli said.

Courses available to schools and teachers range from two minute “Brain Boosting Breaks”, to 30 minute BomboTaiko, cardio drumming that uses exercise, music, and deep breathing as a kind of “active meditation.” Matt Pasquinilli also teaches mindfulness meditation for the classroom and teaches school teachers how to communicate directly and classroom behavior management techniques that use actionable definitions and positive recognition to reinforce good behavior. 

 

Matt Pasquinilli is the author of several books, including, “The Child Whisperer” and “Behavior Coaching.”

 

Matt Pasquinilli can be reached at (937)395-0333 or info@aacdayton.com

Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is the Miami Valley’s premier family martial arts school with classes for children, teens , and adults in a variety of martial arts styles and techniques including Taekwondo, Karate, jujitsu, silat, kali, grappling, boxing, kickboxing, muay thai, self-defense and kung fu. Classes are taught at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School facility on Stroop Rd in Kettering and at locations around the Dayton, Metro area. Communities served are Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Centerville, Washington Township, Huber Heights, Kettering, Vandalia, West Carrollton, Moraine, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and all contingent communitities.

 

Focus in the classroom is improved using positive reinforcement and discipline drills.
Children need five days of quality physical education during the school week but usually get one or less.
BomboTaiko Cardio Drumming improves fitness, focus, and it is fun!

Matt Pasquinilli Helps Children Fix Grades By Fixing Their Focus.

Children at Ruskin Elementary School in East Dayton, Ohio learn how to pay attention in class and improve their grades. Martial arts, karate, taekwondo, hyper pro tricking martial arts, and BomboTaiko are all being used to implement Matt Pasquinilli’s proprietary focus improving behavior coaching model.

The best program for improving focus and getting your child on the honor roll is Matt Pasquinilli’s Behavior Coaching method! Learn it at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, aacdayton.com 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 (937)395-0333 info@aacdayton.com or asian_arts@hotmail.com

 


Matt Pasquinilli’s Focus Game – Better Grades Through Better Focus

Matt Pasquinilli, Head Instructor of the family focused, nonprofit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School shows Zach and Katie from WDTN Channel 2 Living Dayton, a fun way to improve focus at home and in the classroom.

 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School is Dayton’s premier choice for martial arts like Karate, Taekwondo, Jujitsu, Silat, Sikal and Hyper Pro Tricking Martial Arts. 1630 E Stroop Rd, 45429 aacdayton.com or thanxmom.org Email info@aacdayton.com or call (937)395-0333 Serving the communities of Dayton, Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Springboro, Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Spring Valley, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Miamisburg, Vandalia, Fairborn and contingent communities of the Miami Valley in Southwest Ohio.


Dayton, Ohio Martial Arts Classes

Back to school bullyproof tips from Master Teacher Matt Pasquinilli from the non profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School.

 

 

Dayton, Ohio martial arts program for children and adults at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School 1630 E Stroop Rd, Kettering, Ohio 45429 has been providing the best instruction in practical self-defense, bully proofing and anti bullying programs, traditional and progressive styles of martial arts to include Karate, Taekwondo, Jujitsu, grappling, Kali, Silat, and other styles. Matt Pasquinilli, Head Instrcutor of the non-profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, has been teaching martial arts in the Miami Valley since 1998.