Welcome to Quest Martial Arts Chandlers Mighty Dragons and Ninja Kids programs!
Real self esteem is earned through personal struggle, not awarded as a present
Children today need to feel more secure in the world, and also learn they are ultimately responsible for creating that security for themselves and others. To learn this big life lesson, they must learn to keep going through things that would hold them back. In a systematic, safe and fun way, Quest Martial Arts Chandler will help your child explore and stretch all the physical, mental and winning spirit boundaries.
We offer a sure path to youth empowerment and leadership
With each seemingly routine but truly magical class, your child practices the art of winning – paying attention, building strength, achieving goals, associating with people who seek balance, expanding their ability to take care of others, and nurturing a sense of community and connectedness.
We help you teach your child all the lessons dearest to your heart as a parent
We use martial arts training to teach honest confidence, about the value of teamwork, about reaching for a challenging goal, about encouraging others, about focus and about the life-long love of healthy fitness.
We foster a love of learning through playful exploration of the martial arts
We transform young lives by teaching children to avoid negative forces while developing their strengths – creating leaders and peacemakers dedicated to using their training to benefit the community.
Kids think we are cool in our black belts, but parents know we are their best allies in helping them to raise and empower their children. Better health, higher fitness, more mental and emotional clarity, a lot of new friendships, and many adventure experiences await your child.
I really enjoy coming to class and watching the kids. I feel Hailee has learned a great deal of self respect and discipline since beginning class here. I think that instructors give each child individual attention, and praise, and also help the children to understand when and why they are disciplined. Overall I would recommend this school to anyone! Thank you for all your hard work and patience.- Summer Hargis
Calah has been working on starting and finishing her homework on her own. This has been a struggle since day one but has slowing been improving. I have full confidence that Calah truly will accomplish this through time. Her focus on goals in the home have improved greatly since to-shin do classes for Calah have began.I am so proud of Calah and her growing ability to focus and learn and without this opportunity in martial arts would not have been so quickly achieved. I give thanks!!!Amy Achtner
Jayden is working on his focus and paying more attention to piano, practicing school work, and other activities. He is a lot more independent and tries to accomplish tasks on his own. He is learning to read and loves to help others read too.Aaron Ketterer