• Fusion Philosophy •

FUSION MARTIAL ARTS recognizes that martial arts is not only about the physical discipline of Karate, Judo or Jiu Jitsu, but it is also about mental discipline,  self-confidence,  self-control, being part of a community,  kindness to others and so much more.

“At Fusion, we humbly take on the responsibility of being part of the community that will help shape our students into the adults they will eventually become. We take that responsibility seriously with every one of our students.”

Sensei Mark Wellansky

Owner & Head Instructor, Fusion Martial Arts

FUSION’S GOAL is to help all students achieve their full potential, regardless of experience, natural athleticism or ability to focus mentally. We will always challenge our students to continue to reach toward the next level. At Fusion Martial Arts we train and condition our bodies to test our physical limits but at the same time, through training, we also develop mental strength to aid us in overcoming all challenges.

We realizes that each student possesses different physical abilities. Size and strength vary with each individual, but everyone has a PERSONAL BEST and that is the standard that every student will be held to. It’s not about who hits the hardest or kicks the highest. Our training is about ALWAYS giving it your all and NEVER giving up.

“The ultimate aim of karate lies not in victory nor in defeat, but in the perfection of the character of its participants.”

Gichin Funakoshi

Father of Modern Karate

Fosters a family environment where the more advanced students help the younger students, and they take pride in being role models. Students of all ranks encourage one another and support their fellow students as they reach their goals.

Because Sensei Mark Wellansky & Pilar Wellansky

have extensive backgrounds in special education and psychology, Fusion Martial Arts has the unique ability to teach focus, discipline, respect and martial arts excellence to children with special needs as well as the competitive athlete.

“When one comes at you in anger, greet him with a smile. That is the highest form of martial art.”

Morihei Ueshiba

Father of Aikido