Does your academy/adaptive program or adaptive organization have an event coming up, want to let our community know about it? Get us all the info and we will share it on the AMAA Events Bulletin and our social media platform's.
(Membership IS required for submission and is open to non-martial artists)
The Adaptive Martial Arts Association (AMAA) does NOT endorse any equipment, device, style, academy, or instructor. Adaptive Martial Arts Association has NOT performed criminal background checks on all the school owners, instructors, and their employees listed on our directory and can NOT guarantee that they do NOT have a criminal past and is NOT responsible for their actions. After an initial evaluation, it is completely up to the discretion of the instructor(s) at the school whether a disabled person is able to proceed with martial arts training there. Although our services are offered free of charge, individual schools may charge a class fee. All disabled participants do so at their OWN RISK, and Adaptive Martial Arts Association is NOT responsible for any harm or injury resulting from martial arts training.
Adaptive Martial Arts Association (AMAA) is a resource for students and instructors to share ideas, curriculum and training information in order to expand opportunities while promoting health and physical fitness through full inclusion of persons with disabilities in the martial arts.
Phone: (802) 747-8184
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: P.O. BOX 225, Pittsford, VT 05763
The Adaptive Martial Arts Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization that promotes therapy through martial arts & fitness by providing networking services & support to the disabled community & martial arts instructors nationwide. We rely on a number of avenues like Business Sponsorships and Corporate Partnerships in order to make this possible. If you would like more information about becoming a Sponsor or Corporate Partner let us know.
The Adaptive Martial Arts Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization that promotes therapy through martial arts & fitness by providing services & support to the disabled community & martial arts instructors nationwide. We rely on a number of avenues in order to make this possible but one of the biggest is the support of the AMAA community!