Offering a self defense seminar is a great way to reach this market and bring in additional revenue to your school. Here are some key things to consider if you're thinking about offering a self defense seminar at your school.
One area that can really separate martial arts schools is their focus on competition. This could come from the intensity of training, a curriculum focused on competition scoring or the amount of competition success the head instructors have had.
As martial arts training goes, the objective of every teacher is to facilitate a structured learning environment where anyone can come in to study self-defense skills and practice combat sports. It is crucial for students to have the proper tools and equipment in order to learn any martial arts discipline.
As a martial arts school, you are in a unique position to help educate kids and teach them how to take a stand. October is National Bullying Prevention Month – a great time to get involved.
If martial arts schools have anything in common, it’s that they’re all unique, and your approach to student recruitment will be, too. There are some things successful martial arts schools have in common when it comes to having a consistent stream of new students on your roster.
Have you heard of the concept, influence versus authority? It’s an excellent tool for teachers, based on the foundation of using your influence instead of your authority to motivate students.
Have you thought about different ways to bring in more revenue at your school? Most schools sell gear like gis and belts for the convenience of their students, but this is by no means the only thing a martial arts school can do for profit that their students will love.
The Martial Arts SuperShow is a three-day whirlwind of speakers, martial arts celebrities, crowded vendor booths and of course training sessions in various martial arts. Here are some of our highlights from this year's event.