AmeriKick instructors have a 30 year history giving motivational
and or safety talks and presentations for your school or community
group. Topics can be any of the following: dealing with bullies, safety
procedures for children and or your work place, "never giving up"
motivational talks and presentations on health and wellness.
Although our history of school, fraternal
organizations, governmental bodies, scout groups and other select groups
are too numerous to mention here are but a few:
*Cure of Ars, Girl Scouts
*St. Peters School, Safety Program
*Ascencion School, Safety Program
*John Diemer School, Safety Programs
* Kansas District Attorneys Association, Speaker
*Kansas Sheriffs Association, Speaker
*Rotary International, Guest Speaker
*Kiwanis, Guest Speaker
*Jaycees, Guest Speaker
*Elks, Guest Speaker
*The Farm Inc., Motivational Guest Speaker
*St Peters School, Safety Day
*Pembroke School, Presentations
*Blue Valley Park & Rec, Safety Day
*Shawnee Mission School District, Safety Presentations
*Blue Valley School District, Guest Speaker
AmeriKick provides an excellent informative
program for schools and special interest groups, "Our
AmeriKickAnti-Kidnapping Program." The program consists of guest
speakers, our awesome group of instructors, providing drills,
information and procedures on how to stay safe in the community.
The program can be tailored to any age group and
setting. It is suggested that you contact Sensei Bob directly, by the
email on this website to set up your program today. The program is in
high demand and it is suggested that you try to book your event 3-4
months in advance.
“Bob & Jarrett”
“Thanks so much to all of you for being a part of
the Health & Awareness Day. We appreciate all the time you were able
to give to the students of St Peter's School. Many teachers commented
on their evaluations that the information you shared was excellent. I
know the children enjoyed your sessions as well. We hope to do this
again next year and hope you can be a part of it also." -Maureen.
Amerikick of Kansas City is proud to be part of
WIN. AmeriKick provides Self Defense and Awareness clinics throughout
the year in the greater Kansas City area for the WIN organization. A
highlight is the summer camp for girls in which the AmeriKick demo team
performs and presents a clinic on self defense and awareness.
The Women's Intersport Network for Kansas City
(WIN for KC), a program of the Greater Kansas City Sports Commission and
Foundation, was established in 1994. The mission of WIN for KC is to
improve self-esteem through advocating and promoting the lifetime value
of sports and fitness for girls and women and to provide opportunities
for participation in the greater Kansas City area.
• Sports and fitness programs keep women healthy. Just four hours of
exercise a week reduces the risk of breast cancer by over 50%. Regular
exercise reduces heart disease and osteoporosis.
• Girls who participate in sports are more likely to graduate from
high school, stay off drugs, and have a higher level of self-esteem.
• Sports provide women a fair share of scholarship money and access to career opportunities.
• Sports give girls and women the power and confidence to compete throughout life.
• Sports teach invaluable lessons: how to play, how to win, and
sometimes, how to lose - lessons that level the playing fields of life.
• Research shows that sports and fitness are positive ways to stay healthy and improve one's quality of life.
The AmeriKick Demonstration Team is available for
civic, school, and community programs. The demo team is headed up by
Sensei Jarrett Leiker.
The demo team performs regionally and nationally
at requested events demonstrating the “fun” activities in martial arts.
Including contemporary and creative weapons performances set to
choreographed music routines and some very humorous self defense
pre-arranged fighting sequences. The audiences of all ages appreciate
the talent and entertainment presented by the team.
Members of the A team include: Daniel Schulte,
Louis Ridgway, Jackson Finlay, Jason Pugh, Ian Kelley, Samantha Kelley,
Ben McBride, Brendan Derickson, Cooper McCullough, Libby Rohr, Mark
Heinz, Max Ayotte and Andreas Watts.
• AmeriKick Internationals, Philadelphia, PA
• Royals Stadium
• Arrowhead Stadium
• Duck Derby, Country Club Plaza Kansas City
• Annual Pumpkin Patch, Downtown Kansas City
• Opening Ceremonies Special Olympics
• Half-time performances
• Cinco De Mayo
• W.I.N. for K.C.
• Pembroke School
• Johnson County Elementary Schools
• St. Agnes School
• St. Peters School Safety Day