FAQ

From what age do you accept students?


We accept students from ages 6 and up.




Where are you located?


We are located at Al Mana Hills compound (Al Waab). This compound is at just a few minutes from Aspire park and Villaggio. You can find us in the clubhouse on the first floor. Feel free to message us on WhatsApp, and we can send you a location pin directly to your phone.




What is Martial Arts?


Martial Arts in an umbrella term for all fight- and defensive techniques and sports, like Taekwondo, Kickboxing, Karate, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo. You can compare it to 'Ballsport', which is an umbrella term for soccer, basketball, volleyball etc.




What kind of Martial Arts do you teach at Royal Martial Arts?


We offer a program called Multi Martial Arts. Multi martial arts is a fun and interactive program to introduce kids to various different martial arts disciplines and self-defense techniques. They will learn the basics of various martial arts disciplines and self-defense techniques, suitable to their age and experience. For our youngest students, classes are more playful, while the teens step things up to a more serious training. • Kickboxing • Taekwondo • Karate • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu • Self-defense
• Bully-defense This means each class can be different - one session, your child will learn a new spinning kick and the next week, your child is wearing gloves and learning about personal safety. Your child will improve in endurance, strength and motor skills and above all, have a lot of fun in this class. But our classes are more than just a roundhouse kick. Above all, it will help boost your child’s confidence. Each new achievement will boost their self-esteem and help them move forwards. Your kids will develop a greater physical and mental resilience.




From which level do you accept students?


Students of any level - complete beginner to advanced - are welcome at Royal Martial Arts.




Do you offer adult classes?


Yes, we offer adult classes. We offer: 1. Ladies classes Every Monday and Wednesday morning 10AM - 11AM
Please note that the class is intended for ladies, but the coach is male. 2. Mixed classes Every Monday and Wednesday evening 7.30PM - 8.30PM




[ covid-19 ] What are your safety measurements?


We have acted on guidance from the ministry, classes will reopen at 50% capacity with social distancing protocols of 1,5meter between each student. Students will all remain in one room with one coach and the room will be arranged to ensure enough distance between each student.
Students will train at the maximum distance from each other, as the room allows. There will be clear signage displayed on the mats for students to follow. Activities will be set up with this in mind, to ensure a fun, entertaining and safe training. In addition, students will not be permitted to gather in groups. While waiting in line, drinking water or talking to others, social distancing of at least 1.5m should take place.
Staff and students will wear masks in common areas, but students will not be required to wear a face mask during their training. Wearing a masks when playing sport may compromise their breathing and sweat can also make the mask become wet, making it difficult to breathe and easier for germs to grow.
All students (over the age of 12 years) must be able to show an up-to-date green status on EHTERAZ and temperatures will be checked. Students will be asked to sanitize their hands when entering the class, when they visit the toilet and again at the end of class. Staff and students will be required to wear masks in common areas. Students will not be required to wear a face mask during their sport training, as it may compromise their breathing. Sweat can also make the mask become wet, making it difficult to breathe and easier for germs to grow.




[ covid-19 ] Do students wear a face mask during training?


No.

Staff and students will be required to wear masks in common areas, but students will not be required to wear a face mask during their sport training. This may compromise their breathing and sweat can also make the mask become wet, making it difficult to breathe and easier for germs to grow.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cloth-face-cover-guidance.html




[ covid-19 ] Can parents still watch the class?


Unfortunately, no. To avoid gatherings of people in the (small) clubhouse, parents should not accompany their kids in the clubhouse. We will provide a designated drop-off and pick-up point at the clubhouse entrance.




[ covid-19 ] What should my child bring to class?


Students must bring their own gloves and must not share any items with any other students. We encourage students to only bring what they need for the training session, such as a water bottle and gloves - in case requested by coach Robert. Personal devices, such as phones or EarPods, should be kept securely in their bags and must not be used during the sessions; this is also to further minimise the risk of spreading infection.




Do you offer transportation?


Unfortunately, we do not offer transportation services at Royal Martial Arts.




[ covid 19 ] When will you resume your kids classes?


We intend to resume our kids classes from Phase 3 onwards (July 9).