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James Dozier-Dozia instructs Amari Mayo, 8, while teaching a karate and life skills class for 5- to 10-year-olds Friday at his business in Rocky Mount.
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James Dozier-Dozia instructs Amari Mayo, 8, while teaching a karate and life skills class for 5- to 10-year-olds Friday at his business in Rocky Mount.

Studios teach self-defense, martial arts

By Brie Handgraaf

Staff Writer

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Jenean Worthington knows first-hand the fear that goes along with being attacked. In fact, it served as the catalyst behind her learning Tae Kwon Do and opening Mu Sung Martial Arts to ensure others don’t experience that same fear.

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Apart from self defense it

Apart from self defense it also rise the confidence level of the individual. Moreover, taking lessons from a learning center like Tae kwon do summer camp Chantilly VA that provides belt training programs that can even help one to gradually move towards being a professionals while learning.

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