Our Community

Building a Strong Connection

Connection is the core of the Quantum style. We strive to help our students connect to their strongest and best selves and know that each student plays a role in making the dojo a better place. As a result, when you walk in to Quantum dojo, you will be welcomed as a new friend.

We are a community run not-for-profit school and value diversity and a feeling of family.

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We have programs for kids starting at age 6 and offer both kid and adult classes. We find this allows adults and kids to receive age-appropriate training. We also have classes during times when the younger students do not train if you prefer a more adult-oriented environment.

When you join Quantum, you are not joining a gym. You are giving yourself the gift of a stronger body, a sharper mind, and a group of people that care about and support you. Although we adhere to traditions common in many dojos such as wearing uniforms and bowing, our classes our equally filled with sweat and laughter. You or your child will be both challenged and encouraged.  If you need extra help, you can ask anyone to spend a little extra time with you.  At every rank test, you will be both challenged and cheered by your teachers and training partners.

You may call or fill out our contact form in advance of starting a trial period for yourself or your child, or just show up 10 minutes before any general or basics class to get a tour.

Sister School

Students traveling to San Francisco, California, will not be without workout buddies. You can find out all about our amazing sister school here.

Our Benefactors

As a not for profit organization, we depend on generous donors to continue operating. We’d like to send a special thank you to those that donated more than $2500 in cash or services.

Our work would be impossible without their generosity:

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BMS Investments

We are also very grateful for a recent (10/2015) grant from The Sharon Gantz Bloome Fund of Tides Foundation, provided on the recommendation of Ms. Sharon Gantz Bloome.