There are important lessons to learn in between kicking and punching. We believe our most important role is to help each student learn skills to be successful at school, at home, in the community, and most importantly, in their future. This is the black belt way.
We believe that the true value of martial arts training is not about the martial arts skills that you learn, it is about the person you become through the training. Martial arts training helps you develop confidence, respect, and resilience to approach life like a black belt.
KOMA was founded in 2006 and we have spent more than a decade placing our students' positive experiences and personal growth at the center of our teaching approach. We help our students set goals, overcome challenges, and develop positive relationships. We are more than just a martial arts school; we are a family - the KOMA tribe.
We are proud that our students consistently use the skills they develop at KOMA to become leaders not only in our martial arts school, but also in the community.
Master Bronson Ko and the KOMA Tribe
After five years of crying and complaining, my eight year old daughter is officially a junior black belt.
January. For most people, it marks a fresh start. New opportunities. New possibilities. It is a chance to reset and move forward.