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Mounika Reddy Nandyala reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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Instructors are soo friendly. Each day training would be very different not repetitive. For the people who gets bored soo easily with repititive stuff will love it.
My kids are having fun!! We are soo lucky that the institution is around us!! Eagle team you rock!!

Ricky Caratozzolo reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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My daughter has been going here for a few months and I can't even begin to tell you how happy we are with our decision. In such a short time she has become so much more confident in herself and focused that we can't believe it's the same kid. The instructors and everyone associated with EMA are the most positive encouraging people I have ever met. We are beyond happy to have our daughter in their care. We cannot possibly recommend EMA enough.

Ashutosh Kushwah reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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I strongly recommend Eagle Martial Arts. My 3 years daughter had shy and non-assertive nature. I can see the difference in her behavior in just 3 months. She has gained confidence, skills such as discipline and eye contact.Staff is professional, friendly and they take due care of kids.

John Lombardi reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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We just moved into town in August and were looking for activities for my 5 year old son. My wife inquired on local mom pages and a common response was Eagle Martial Arts in Boonton. A few days later we went to enroll and they had a great promotion to make sure our son liked it (which they knew he would and they were right) before committing. He loves attending EMA because the classes are fun and challenging and the instructors are amazing. The best part is that it goes beyond him learning martial arts, he is learning discipline, confidence and most importantly how to give back to the community. EMA has raised money for Breast Cancer Research and collected canned foods during the Thanksgiving season for those less fortunate. As a parent, I feel a part of the EMA family and community. Whenever my wife and I walk in the door we are always greeted with a smile and handshake from Master Jan or any of the instructors. I highly recommend EMA!

Mrinal Shah reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

Since I joined EMA in early January 2018, I find that my focus and attention has tremendously improved. I am more appreciative of things around me ever small critters and bugs. I believe in “to live and let live” and not harm even the smallest of living beings.

I love being a part of the EMA family

Jeananne Cosgrove Devaney reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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Our daughter has only been able to attend classes once a week, but we have seen noticeable improvement in her concentration and eye contact! We are confident that once we can get her to classes more often, she will benefit even more in those areas as well as in focus and attention span. Cassidy always leaves EMA with a positive outlook and we know that feeling is a direct result of all the positive reinforcement and energy she receives from the EMA instructors and staff!

Philip Shenton reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
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I, James Shenton, am excited every time I run through your doors. I can't wait to find out what I'm going to learn from the instructors. It could be a new punch like an uppercut, or I could be asked to do a tug of war with my new friends. At home, I love my family and my time in karate is teaching me that I have responsibilities to my mommy and daddy. I am glad my parents put me in Karate camp last summer!

Fiona Pereira reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I enrolled my boys in the after care program since mid march. They also participate in martial arts classes.Its been 2 months now, and I have seen a vast improvement in their physical and mental behavior in school and at home.This place molds and shape kids into becoming young adults to be more independent and confident in themselves.The instructors are amazing individuals that made a difference in everyone lives that walks through that door.This is why I want my kids to grow up with them.

Kimberlee Sainato reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

The instructors here are amazing. Extra special shoutout to Instructor Matt who is so sweet and truly knows how to talk to my overly-sensitive little boy to discipline and encourage him without deterring him. This program has truly helped Connor to come out of his shell and grow his personality in a positive way, within only a few months. I can’t wait to see the improvement in him in the months to come.

Melissa Diener Cook reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

I enrolled my three year old son mid-March for several reasons- to allow him an outlet for energy, to develop confidence, and to have an activity to himself without his brother and sister. Eagle Martial Arts has far exceeded my expectations. My son looks forward to class and is developing his skills. He is learning respect and self-control. The instructors are knowledgeable, encouraging, and have high expectations for the students. My son always loves the positive feedback he receives from the instructors. We are thrilled to be a part of this family, and look forward to our son as he grows even more.

Tapu Namrata Patel reviewed Eagle Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

My kids (me also) love this place. We started in September and kids r doing great right now they come here with confidence And I would definitely recommend this place to anyone as my both kids only like this activity now on .They can do anything to get to the class.

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Martial Arts for Mother’s Day

Flowers might be the traditional gift for Mother’s Day, but they’re also what’s expected. Giving your mom a martial arts membership or enrolling her in a class might not be the usual choice, but there are many good reasons to consider giving your mom exactly that this Mother’s Day.

The Benefits of Martial Arts for Women

Studying the martial arts is about more than just getting a great workout. If you give your mom the gift of martial arts this Mother’s Day, here’s what she’ll be getting:

  • Improved cardiovascular health. Martial arts workouts strengthen the heart and circulatory system and can reduce the risk that your mom will develop heart disease or suffer a heart attack or stroke.
  • Improved flexibility. As we age, we lose flexibility in our joints. Taking a martial arts class keeps your joints lubricated and limber and can reduce the risk of arthritis.
  • Weight loss. It’s natural for our metabolisms to slow down as we age and exercising regularly is one of the best ways to prevent weight gain or shed excess pounds.
  • Reduced stress. Exercising releases feel-good hormones like dopamine and endorphins. That can help reduce the amount of stress in your mom’s life and also make it less likely that she’ll suffer from depression or anxiety.
  • The ability to defend herself. Learning self-defense techniques can help women feel more self-confident and less vulnerable.

In other words, when you give your mom a gift of the martial arts, you’re giving her much more than a few classes. You’re giving her improved health, better moods, and the ability to defend herself if the need arises.

Why Women Love the Martial Arts

There’s another reason to consider giving your mom a martial arts class or membership this Mother’s Day: women love the martial arts.

One of the main reasons they do is that women can excel in the martial arts even when going up against a much larger opponent. That’s because martial arts training teaches women to leverage their opponent’s body weight against them.

In many ways, martial arts training is preferable to weapons training. A woman who can be overpowered by an assailant might not be able to use a weapon effectively. But, a woman who has been trained to fight using martial arts techniques can defend herself.

On top of that, martial arts classes are an experience. You might think of martial arts training as an individual pursuit but taking a class is a social experience as well. Martial arts classes are a wonderful place to make new friends.

Conclusion

Mother’s Day is rapidly approaching. If you’re seeking a unique gift to give your mother on May 13th, consider giving her the gift of better mental and physical health, self-defense, confidence, and fun – in the form of a martial arts membership or class. She’ll love it!