At Quantum Martial Arts, we understand that beginning martial arts training can be challenging. As martial artists, we are committed to helping our students on their martial arts journey, from white belt to Black Belt and beyond.
We understand that many factors need to be considered before committing to a dojo. Below are some answers to common questions.
What style is best for me?
There are many many different styles out there… which is great as it gives you choices! We suggest that whatever style you choose should address these key questions:
- Is it suitable for your physical abilities and constraints, and your desire to become fitter – you will be surprised by what you can achieve – at any age!
- Are the trainers experienced and reputable? Are they part of a broader network and martial arts lineage?
- Does the purpose of the training offered meet your needs? The spectrum of classes ranges from niche traditional forms, through to mainstream martial arts (boxing, muay thai, judo, karate, aikido, BJJ) and then MMA focused schools.
At Quantum, our focus is on self defence, fitness and fun. We teach the Northstar Ju Jitsu system which is a modern martial art with deep roots in the traditional forms of ju jitsu as well as taekwondo, kickboxing, judo, aikido and systema.
You can find out more about our system here.
How much does it cost?
Most schools charge between $10 – $20 per hour, with charges varying based on location – CBD or suburban, and the number of classes per week – the more you train, the cheaper it gets! Most schools offer a trial class to potential students.
What can I expect in a trial class?
At Quantum, you will be welcomed by Darren and our senior instructors. You will be partnered with a senior belt as your buddy to help explain some martial arts basics.
Your first class will include a core martial arts fitness section, padwork including blocks, strikes and kicks as well as some self defence techniques and strategies. All you need is some comfortable work out clothes and a bottle of water!
Any other questions? Please feel free to contact us for a free trial lesson