Dayton Martial Arts School Teaches Self-Defense and Focus

Dayton, Ohio – This Dayton martial arts school teaches self-defense focus and fitness. Most of our young students come to us to focus or behavior in the classroom. In fact, martial arts has long attracted younger students because it can help to improve focus when taught well (and our instructors are the best at teaching kids how to improve focus in the Miami Valley!) Self-defense, and especially, the proper way to defeat a bully and/or a stranger, is also something that we excel at teaching. It is ironic though, that martial arts, which was originally designed to improve fighting skill of soldiers over a thousand years ago, has evolved to become a focus enhancing, self-defense training program for children. 

Children love our fast paced, positive and energetic classes. All of our instructors go through extensive background checks and ongoing training in keeping children safe in our classes. Adults love our detailed, vigorous classes and instructors with years of experience training, studying, and teaching martial arts. We keep children and adults separate in different classes so that we can give both groups what they need. 

The Asian Arts Center Taekwonodo School started as Centerville Taekwondo at the Crosspoint Shopping Center in 1998, moved to a larger space across from the Dorothy Lane Market at Far Hills on Whipp Rd, and finally bought it’s current location, a 12,000 square foot building next to the world headquarters on Cassano’s Pizza on Stroop Rd in 2005.

Classes at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School are vigorous and focused. Our programs teach focus, self-discipline, anti-bullying, self-esteem building, leadership training, and practical self-defense for children and adults in the Miami Valley. Our students come from all over the metro Dayton area, including Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Springboro, Bellbrook, Beavercreek, Miamisburg, West Carrolton, the Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Vandalia, Fairborn, Englewood, and all other contingent communities. 


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