One way to find success when trying something new is knowing what to expect.
One of our core values is being transparent, so below are commonly asked questions we receive from new students.
We aim to keep our student to instructor ratio 10 to 1 for all classes. During the week especially, lead instructors often have 1 or 2 assistant instructors to ensure your child is getting the one-on-one time they need for their continued development.
We pride ourselves on having a clean, simple space for students to learn in.
For students, there are designated cubbies for their belongings, dressing rooms for changing into their uniforms, and a large studio for ample movement during class.
For parents, we have seating to stay and watch your child during training sessions.
We set ourselves apart from other studios by being organized and providing the highest quality training space and materials.
Many KOMA instructors have chosen martial arts as their career and work at KOMA full time. Some of our assistant instructors have other professions outside of the studio but still find their role here fulfilling their passion. We have retained expert instructors by equipping them with the tools and resources to teach taekwondo full time with us.
You can read more in-depth about what it takes to become an instructor at KOMA here.
We have three different payment plans available for membership.
You have the option to:
Pay for your 3 month program in full in exchange for a $60 savings
Split your program fee into two monthly payments to save $30
Divide your program fee into three monthly payments
We also offer a sibling discount; the cost per child is reduced for additional students.
For additional information on our most frequently asked questions, contact us through our website, visit our FAQ page or give us a call at 913.851.2400.
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