Martial Arts For Teens


Zhang Sah’s mission concerned with the advancement of both physical and mental development of its students both inside and outside the dojo.

Our commitment to our mission requires special attention to the lives of our students and goes beyond just paying for classes, passing tests, and earning rank.  Individuals who train at Zhang Sah have chosen to do so not only as a way to attain/maintain physical fitness or build/refine techniques, but also to perfect their character through experiencing new and balanced ways of being and approaching life.

Whether cross-training or matriculating, Zhang Sah students enjoy a professional, cordial, and traditionally authentic training atmosphere that appeals to both the fitness/wellness minded and discriminating martial artists.  Our experienced staff members are committed to our mission and consumers’ wellbeing and development.

Zhang Sah is proud to offer a comprehensive programmatic inventory, developed by Master Sandone, which is rooted most prominently in the traditional martial art disciplines of Tae Kwon Do, Karate Do, Aikido, and Judo.

The programmatic inventory offers both progressive matriculating martial arts curricula and effective cross-training adjuncts for children and adults ages 4 and older.

Curriculum                Age

Pre-M.A.                           4-7

Budo Primer                   8-12

Teen Budo                      13-17

Budo                                13+

BQX2                               13+

Kung Fu                          13+


Most Sports – Plus (Middle School Out of School Time Sports Plus) is a collaboration with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, (Parks and Recreation) Philadelphia Department of Human Services (DHS) and Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) with the goal to create a geographically and financially accessible MOST opportunity for middle school age kids that need it the MOST during the time of their lives that has the MOST impact.


The Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative (PYSC) member organizations that offer character-building and life skills training within the framework of healthy physical development. A pioneer in the country, it augments the impact of local non-profit organizations that use sports to benefit children and youth, particularly those from under-resourced environments. Collectively, these groups offer a range of sports activities such as cycling, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, martial arts, riding, rowing, running, soccer, squash, and tennis.

The PYSC Jr. Coach summer career exploration program is led by Zhang Sah in partnership with the Philadelphia Youth Network (PYN) and others with the goal to introduce young athletes to the career of coaching in their sport of choice. We use Sports Based Youth Development and Positive Coaching strategies along with career readiness training through this rich summer experiential opportunity.


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