Sandy Martial Arts Studio Celebrates 17 Year Anniversary with Potluck and Pool Party for Martial Arts Students and Kickboxing Clients
Sandy, UT, August 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Personal Mastery Martial Arts recently celebrated their 17 year anniversary by hosting a potluck and pool party event for all of their martial arts students, Kickboxing clients, and their families. Every year, the martial arts school celebrates another year of fitness, fun, and black belt excellence by throwing their members a party. This year they celebrated with a potluck at the park and private pool party just for their clients and their families.
In business for the past 17 years, Personal Mastery Martial Arts is Utah’s premier martial arts and leadership development facility. They specialize in developing qualities of leadership, goal setting, self discipline, and confidence to help children emerge from their program changed for the better. Not only do their students learn martial arts and self defense, but they learn to become Black Belt leaders. They are a martial arts training center focused on personal empowerment, leadership development, and family values. Not only do they train martial arts students, but they also run an amazing cardio Kickboxing program where they have helped many Utah men and women reach their fitness and weight loss goals.
This year the event started with a potluck at the park. Martial arts students, their families, and Kickboxing clients all came down to the potluck / BBQ and had a great time. They got to meet new people, hang out with the instructors, and eat a lot of really great food. After the potluck was over, it was time to hit the pool. Personal Mastery Martial Arts reserved a pool for just their clients so that everyone could swim and have a great time.
One black belt student and Kickboxing instructor, Brittany Alleman Ayers said, “I love the annual pool party! It is so fun to get to know people outside of class. It really brings the students closer together and makes training at Personal Mastery Martial Arts feel more like training with my best friends and family. I look forward to this event every year.”
For more information about martial arts in Sandy check out the website: http://www.sandymartialarts.com
For more information about fitness kickboxing in Sandy check out the website: http://www.ilovekickboxingsandy.com