44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza #180, Ashburn, VA 20147, USA
44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza Ashburn VA
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Kickers Martial Arts Center - After School Care, Summer Camp, Day Care Centers
Kickers Martial Arts center in Ashburn
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Christine Fowler said 5 years ago
We are so happy to have found Kickers. Our kids (5 and 3) absolutely love Master Eric, Master Ashley, and the entire Kickers family. Our daughter has gone from evening classes to summer camp and now after school care. She actually gets upset when she finds out she is not going. Both children are not only learning Martial Arts, they are learning how to be respectful, healthy, and more focused. We are looking forward to many more years at Kickers! Thank you for all that you do!
Nina Sheehan said 5 years ago
I've known Master Thompson for several years and have trained with him. In addition to being a top notch martial artist and instructor, he is a devoted family man. He runs a great martial arts studio and after school program. A true leader and dedicated to his students.
Keith Winkle said 5 years ago
Master Thompson and his wife are amazing. I have trained martial arts for over 30 years and can say there are not many people as skilled as Master Thompson. If you are looking for after school care or an amazing program to learn martial arts then Kickers is the place to go.
Ryan Murray said 4 years ago
The program for the kids is great and the kids really are learning a lot. They are well cared for but at the same time are learning other skills beyond martial arts!
Alex Simmons said 5 years ago
I am very thankful to have found out about this Martial Arts Center, they have outstanding instructors, as well as, it's a family owned business! The curriculum presented by Master Eric and Master Ashley is by far the best I've seen.
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