Franklin >Yongin Martial Arts Academy
I totally disagree with the negative statements below. I actually feel that the money aspect is secondary to what Yong In is about. It is NOT just a business to the owner. He truly cares about every person there. My kids have more self esteem, better fitness, coordination, and confidence than before they started at Yong In. My kids regularly receive positive feedback, praise and, yes, love. As for the "medicine" - seriously, it is a padded stick used to practice during class and it is glaringly obvious that no child is ever hurt and to say that kids are abused there just isn't true. My kids have been going here for more than a year and believe me, if I felt any of those negative comments were true I would have removed them from the program long ago.
Very disappointed, no comprehension of customer service, just wanted my money.
Yong In Academy IS NOT Abusive.
Yes, Yong In instructor applies "medicine" or rare occasions, might make your kid do a pushup, tap on him/her with a stick (and I do mean "tap" - it isn't a "hit").
This is a great place for your entire family. We joined to help our smallest kid with discipline, coordination, etc. And the rest of us got into it and really love it. It's the one thing we all do as a family.
My fitness level, especially flexibility, has improved a lot since I started.
Yong In Academy is abusive. Sounds great upon first signing up. Adult program is okay, but kids program can be downright abusive. Instructors will physically discipline your kids for you. They call it "medicine". If you sign your kids up here, they might get hit by the instructor's disciplinary medicine stick... program could screw them up more than it will help them. All the money you save by taking his cheap program will even out with your future counseling bills.
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