FAQ

Why are people with different belt colors in the same class learning the same things?

Vu’s Martial Arts uses a rotating curriculum which alleviates the instructor from having to split the class. The chief instructor can dedicate all his time to one group. Students moving to the next class will have learned all of the same skills, although they may have learned them in a different order than their peers.

How often do students test?

We use a 9-week testing cycle. Students test only when the instructor say they are ready to advance.

What are the costs involved in testing?

Lil Ninja test fee: $30
Color belt test fee: $50
Black belt test fee: $175-$475, depending upon rank for full dan testing. Gup tests are $75

How long does it take to become a black belt?

Every student is different. Belts are awarded based on readiness and qualification, not time. However, the average training time for a black belt is 3 to 3 1/2 years.

How often should I attend class?

The more often you are in class, the more you will learn! Every Student may take up to 3 classes a week.

Do I have to sign a contract?

We have no contract requirements at Vu’s Martial Arts. There are 2 types of membership payment plans:
Month-to-month auto-draft (30 day or 1 month notice to cancel Auto-draft)
6 month paid in full (non-refundable)

Receive a significant discount and a free uniform when you sign up for one of the paid in full programs!

Who instructs the classes at VMA?

Master Vu teaches 99% of the classes unless he is sick or there is an emergency in which case his certified Assistant instructor will take over teaching duties as well as one of his more then Qualified Adult Black belt students will either assist or take over for the day.  All in All you will always have an enjoyable learning experience at Vu’s Martial Arts.

How often do you participate in tournaments?

Vu’s Martial Arts participates in 2 national and 3 regional tournaments each season (year). Other tournaments may be available as well. Tournament participation is optional for all students.