TopKick Launches Distance Learning and Virtual Classes to Keep All Community Members Safe During Coronavirus

TopKick, a group of award-winning Taekwondo-based martial arts schools with locations sprinkled throughout Loudoun County Northern Virginia, this week announced amid the coronavirus pandemic and social isolation campaigns, they are now offering distance learning and live online virtual classes for all of their present and future students, as well as the greater community members.

In order to “flatten the curve,” the U.S. government has asked citizen and businesses to minimize congregations at this time. TopKick will be offering their usual Taekwondo learning and training classes digitally, as well as live online classes, so students can continue to practice and exercise their bodies without exposing others to any possible viral infections.

“It’s so important that we maintain some normalcy, as well as work out our bodies, during these trying times,” said John Cassidy, CEO and Owner of TopKick Martial Arts & Fitness. “We want to do our part to keep everyone safe and minimize the congregating of people, which is why we are proud to be offering our distance learning model.”

TopKick offers Taekwondo classes for ages 4 to adult, fitness kickboxing classes for men and women, after-school martial arts care for elementary aged school children, and summer camps for children ages 4 to 12. The group of studios is known for their commitment to each student, as well as helping every participant to explore their passion for martial arts.

“We empower human potential and spark the adventure of self-discovery,” said Cassidy. “We want to make the world a better place, and we’re not going to let shelter-in-place stop us. We are encouraging everyone to continue working with our teams right now. We are here to help!”

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