Child Abduction Prevention

Carlie’s Crusade Foundation will lead a workshop for parents at Modern Warrior on Saturday May 12th.

This class covers strategies for parents to teach their children to help prevent abduction and molestation.  Get vital tips on choosing a Day Care facility or Babysitter and how to help keep kids safe from internet predators.

All proceeds will benefit the Modern Warrior Scholarship fund. For more information and to register call 631-226-8383.


Join us at the All Kids Fair this Afternoon

The Wolverinz will be presenting at theAll Kids Fair this afternoon from 2:30-3:15 pm.  Join us for a fun and educational demonstration at the Melville Marriott.

For more information please contact the General Manager at 631-742-3474.  We have a limited number of tickets available for Modern Warrior Students and their families.

The Only one for me!

Modern Warrior has received numerous positive reviews online, several of which we will proudly feature on our blog in the upcoming weeks.  Here is one from Merchant Circle:

The Only one for me!

“Many people search for the right place to learn and train in the martial arts and are sometimes very confused and frustrated when they learn of the abundance of schools and unlimited styles of the arts. I did my research thoroughly, and found Modern Warrior to be the most valuable school for self defense training for the “real” world and for “real” situations. I have studied another art in a different school and enjoyed the program but when I entered Modern Warrior and was given a tour of the facility by office manager Megan Gilroy, I knew that this was going to be an amazing and totally different experience. Master Phil Messina’s Bo Fung Do, based on Wing Chun, is taught by a friendly group of instructors along with Master Phil in such a way that you walk away confident and looking forward to the next class. Classes are almost a full 90 minutes long, the art is extremely effective, and once you meet the people and tour the facility you will be looking forward to your first class!
By Phil Badome on January 12, 2012 at 07:14 PM