Total Impact’s Response to COVID-19: Dojo Will Be Closed Now Until The State Says We Can Re-Open

Total Impact Martial Arts will be closed from March 16th or until further notice as we are respecting the state’s suggestions for dealing with COVID-19.

This has been a very difficult decision, but we feel that closing the school is the right thing to do for the health and safety of our entire Total Impact family…
While no one at Total Impact has COVID-19, we are monitoring the situation daily and doing our best to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations on health and safety. The wellbeing of our students and clients is our top priority!
The severity of COVID-19 is still uncertain in our immediate community, Total Impact Martial Arts has been taking all measures possible to protect our staff and our students to do our part in “flattening the curve”.
In the interim, we will be teaching classes remotely through online learning programs. These will include instructional videos, online classes, and livestreams. More information will be sent later this week.
Finally, all students can make up classes for any missed instructional time. We want to honor the commitment our students bring to their training!
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all navigate this together. We will come back stronger than ever! Here at Total Impact, we teach all students the key in life is to overcome hardships and obstacles. We will not let this virus break our spirits, and we will continue on our martial arts journey!
Please feel free to reach out with any questions.
Shihan Brian



Total Impact Martial Arts offers HIGH ENERGY, engaging martial arts programs to help students of all ages reach their unique health, fitness, and martial arts goals!