We offer a 20% discount for each additional family member. In addition, we offer active law enforcement a 25% discount.
Always shower before class.
Always wear a clean uniform and wash in hot water after each use. Never re-wear any training clothes.
Keep finger and toe nails trimmed.
Do not wear jewelry during class.
Being a Tiger Schulmann’s instructor is highly rewarding. Every day you serve as a source of motivation and inspiration to students, by doing what you love. Some of the many benefits you will experience include:
Never The Same Day Twice. Teaching at Tiger Schulmann’s is never boring. Working with varied groups of students and staff brings new challenges, opportunities, and experiences every single day.
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Importance of the Belt Ranking System
Engaging in Martial Arts is a combination of determination, perseverance and commitment. Your level of achievement is referred to as your rank. The rank you have earned is indicated by the color of your belt. The color of the belt you wear with each advancement has special meaning and signifies your experience and progression.
When our founder, Daniel Schulmann was just a young boy, his oldest brother was brutally bullied. This left Danny with a fearful lack of confidence and a feeling of insecurity. It was at this time his father, David Schulmann made a conscious decision that his children would never be victimized by anyone ever again.
He enrolled Danny in martial arts and it did not take long for his instructor, Shigeru Oyama, to realize he had a real prodigy on his hands. When Oyama realized Danny was born in the year of the Tiger and with the boy’s unmatched speed, strength and fearlessness, Danny would forever be referred to as “Tiger” Schulmann. At the age of twelve, Tiger achieved the high honor of black belt.
He began competing in full contact, bare-knuckle knockdown tournaments. In 1979, at the age of seventeen, his instructor informed him that Tiger would be representing the United States in the 2nd World Open Championships in Tokyo, Japan. He then went on to become the North American Full Contact Champion which he would successfully defend for a staggering six years in a row until his retirement from competition.
That same year, Tiger Schulmann’s Martial Arts was born.