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Jed Michael reviewed Tai Kai Jiu-Jitsu
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World class instruction from world class human beings. Great people, great teachers, great community!

Katie O'Neal reviewed Tai Kai Jiu-Jitsu
5
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My son has done 5 classes so far and is loving every second of them. He has adhd and the instructors knew it going in, they've all been very nice and very patient with my son, making sure he understands what is expected of him. I fully trust that he will learn a lot from his experience here.

Barbara Johnson Roach reviewed Tai Kai Jiu-Jitsu
5
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Amazing place! The instructors and even the other students are great. The facility is super nice, clean and really big. Can't say enough good things. No matter your age, fitness level or goals, it's a fantastic place to learn Brazilian jiu Jitsu, striking arts, self defense, and most importantly make new friends.

Mike Palmer reviewed Tai Kai Jiu-Jitsu
5
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There is nothing better than the sense of accomplishment I leave this building with. The facility is clean and top notch. The instruction team is able communicate direction to every student regardless of experience level. I can't recommend this school enough as a place to better yourself as a a person.

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If you were at Tai Kai Martial Arts on Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28, you saw a lot of commotion as 90+ Students of the Martial Arts from three countries and as far away as Finland, Canada, Seattle, Washington, Portland and Florida packed the mat for a unique event. The Legends Camp was […]

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There is a defined procedure to developing what we know as Mental Toughness. Here are four of many, of the mental qualities necessary to 
be the person you want to be. Each of the four qualities will support each other, strengthening your behavior and mindset synergistically. Emotional Flexibility- Going with what comes. This quality is the […]

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Tai-Kai  is helping families It’s the ideal time to talk about how to find family activities. If you have kids of different ages, then you know how challenging it can be to find things to do as a group. What excites your 10-year-old daughter is likely to bore your 7-year-old son – and vice versa. […]

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Kevin Seaman -from the winning mindset There is a lot of stuff out there on the internet in regard to visualization. The TRUTH is, we all visualize. In fact, it is as ancient as humankind itself. But, once we learn the power we have to change our direction by using this form of internal communication, […]

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  Get your significant other in to train! There are few things quite like working out with a partner or spouse – a loved one of any sort. No matter type of martial arts you both practice, there are some benefits to exercising together. From perfecting your form to keeping each other motivated, you’ll find […]

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    Some tips for your kids   Halloween is such a fun time of the year for children; but when children encounter tricks instead of treats, this holiday can become very scary – and not just because of the decorations and frightening costumes. Abductions, bullying, candy that has been compromised; these are all things […]

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More words of wisdom from  Kevin Seaman.   The mere mention of the word FAILURE for some people creates an emotional knot that is tied to a conclusion of pain and anxiety. When we think of our past failures, there can be a powerful association, an association that creates a visual program of irretrievable loss, […]

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  This is very interesting,   The term “Martial Arts” is a relatively broad expression that encompasses a variety of different disciplines. Typically, when we hear the words martial arts, the first ideas that come to mind are one or more of the techniques that have developed in Asian countries. However, the martial arts are […]

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When coaching college basketball players and helping them to use mental performance techniques to improve their game performance, I’ve made some interesting observations. I watched a team shoot free throws for about an hour and when some of the players missed, they would give themselves negative reinforcement. It would be an under the breath expletive, […]

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