NCMA DAILY HEALTH SCREENING ONLINE FORM

In the interest of the safety and well-being of our students and staff, each camper is required to have a filled out online health questionnaire before entering the studio premises. This form must be completed every day.


If the camper has any symptoms, please refrain from coming to the studio for 48 hours. 

A MESSAGE TO OUR COMMUNITY

DEAR NCMA FAMILIES:

As our community continues to conquer and thrive during COVID-19, we would like to ensure that we do our part here at NCMA. We are taking COVID-19 regulations seriously to keep all of our campers, staff, and families safe. Here at NCMA, we will be following the guidelines of Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) outlined by Dr. Atul Gawande.


Below is a list of precautions we are taking with all campers, staff, and family members:


  • For quarantine pre-camp weeks beginning June 1st and June 8th, we will only be accepting a small group of campers.
  • Parents and employees must complete a symptom screening on our website everyday prior to dropping off campers.
  • Families will be met by the door, daily, for routine temperature checks for campers, parents, and employees.
  • All campers, parents, and employees will be required to wear masks in the studio.
  • NCMA will be enforcing routine hand washings upon drop off and every proceeding 2 hours.
  • We will be practicing social distancing on and off the floor.


Thank you all for your continued support, loyalty, and patience during these trying times. NCMA is a family and we will persevere, and rise to the occasion.


In Kind,

SBN Bettis-Jones

KSN Ryder

KSN Rangel

Mr. Hirschberg

Mrs. Melynie

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Carlsbad Encinitas Martial Arts

Training Body & Mind: Self-Confidence Through Self-Defense

North County Martial Arts - Carlsbad, CA

North County Martial Arts (NCMA) is a martial arts studio and after school program in Carlsbad, teaching the traditional martial art of Tang Soo Do, a Korean fighting style that encompasses karate striking techniques and grappling  self defense from Shotokan karate, Subak, taekkyon, and Kung Fu in a disciplined environment.


We serve martial arts to the following communities in San Diego: Carlsbad, Encinitas, San Marcos.


North County Martial arts has been teaching karate for the past 20 years to children, teens, and adults, on how to reach their full potential through the life skills of leadership, integrity, goal setting, self discipline, and academic excellence. It is NCMA's goal to build a Carlsbad karate school that offers not only an effective self defense program for children and adults but also a comprehensive program of personal growth and development. The emphasis on teaching  life skills is what sets us apart as a martial arts studio and after school program.


The NCMA facility is second to none. Offering state of the art equipment, safety mats, and a large comfortable lobby and AMP - all of which are deep cleaned daily for your enjoyment. Each instructor and after school martial arts assistant goes through intensive training, and only the most enthusiastic, driven, caring black belt instructors will ever lead your child's class. Our school has families who want their children to grow up in a positive environment where life skills are taught.

North County Martial Arts Information

Leadership Documentation (pdf)

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Class Schedule (docx)

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Student Safety Waiver (pdf)

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NCMA COVID Waiver (pdf)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our family wants to take karate but how do we get started?

Great to hear! Training in martial arts is such a good investment in time, money, safety, and future health. To get started, please visit the "get started" page on our website to learn about the $29 introductory special! You can come out and try a few classes to see how you like it.

How many classes per week are recommended?

Students should attend two classes per week in order to keep up their martial arts training in preparation for belt testings. The higher a student progresses in rank, the more classes should be attended.

Will training in karate make my child overly aggressive?

 No, just the opposite is true. Children are taught that karate is not to be used in aggression, but rather to defend oneself in life threatening situations. Aggressive behavior is channeled into assertiveness to increase the child’s self-esteem, increase self-discipline and build character. It is a strict rule that children are not allowed to practice karate techniques on siblings or friends. 

Will my classes be safe?

Absolutely. NCMA has gone to great lengths to make it one of the safest facilities in the nation. As with any physical sport, injuries can happen, however, all classes are strictly monitored to ensure safety. Protective gear is important. All students purchase a set of safety gear at enrollment (after their Introductory Trial Lesson) which includes boots, gloves, mouth guard and a helmet. Students bring this gear to class each week. 

How long will it take to become reasonably proficient?

All students are completely unique and therefore learn in different styles. Some students pick up material faster than others. Nonetheless, students are often pleasantly surprised at how much they have been able to learn in as little as six months.

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