Welcome to Virginia's premier center for the arts. MOI FAH's staff consists of Internationally renowned martial artists, actors and models. We offer some of the most distinguished programs available.
Our center offers a wide array of programs designed to compliment the majority of martial arts enthusiasts. These programs include traditional and effective self-defense programs to high flying performance oriented programs as portrayed in film and television. The goal of all our programs is to create a fun, safe, educative and friendly environment in which our members are able to meet and exceed their personal goals.
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MOI FAH is conveniently located in the Stony Point Fashion Park .
We are opened 6 days a week. Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday 1:00PM-8:00PM and Saturday from 10:00AM-2:00PM.
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A few grins accompanied the strong punches that sliced the air in the Kenny Center Multi-Purpose room. And while the mood was light at times, the message was not.
Upper School health classes are participating in self-defense sessions with MOI FAH Sports & Performing Arts. The goal is to raise awareness and the sessions are designed for students of all experience levels, including beginners.
The students learn a variety of critical self-defense skills from bully identification and verbal assertiveness to peer pressure resistance and physical self-defense techniques.
"Self-defense promotes self-discipline, relieves stress, burns off excess energy and promotes a sense of calm," said Laura Albertson Horn '95, Physical Education and Health Chair." As an all girls' school, we know that these benefits are especially important for our students, and we are so excited to have such qualified and proven instructors."
Early on students grasped the importance of this awareness even if it brought a few giggles at times.
Sophomore Kaitlin Caesar said the self-defense class made her realize she needs to think beyond her life at St. Catherine's.
"I won't always be in a protected environment," she said. She went on to say that she found the class fun, but with a serious message behind it.