Our Junior Martial Arts classes are centered on teaching your child focus and discipline, which are ingredients for success. Children who study martial arts do better in school, are more social, and are focused on having and achieving goals.
Our qualified instructors provide a classes that build healthy bodies and fitness awareness by making sure our students are always learning, sweating, and smiling. Students will develop self-discipline, control, respect for adults and courtesy for others in a positive and fun learning environment.
Boost Student Confidence
"There is no better confidence than self-defense confidence." - Martial Arts Instructor and World Champion, Roland Osborne
Martial arts classes are filled with opportunities for growth in this area, whether it’s mastering a new form or earning a new belt. Failure is not only common, it’s expected. But those moments of failure are essential lessons and, in fact, make success all the sweeter when students eventually overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. As Aikido founder Morihei Ueshiba once famously said, “Failure is the key to success; each mistake teaches us something.”
As confidence in their martial arts skills grows, students will be more willing to tackle new challenges and address their fears head-on. That heightened feeling of self-worth will serve them well throughout their childhood and beyond.
Martial arts classes provide much more than a simple workout for children. They help kids cultivate a winning mindset, enabling them to successfully overcome whatever obstacles they encounter in life.
Sharper Focus, Sharper Mind
It’s no secret that the digital age has wreaked havoc on our ability to focus. Smartphones, tablets and video games – not to mention the immediacy of the internet – have all sapped our attention spans dry. In fact, the average attention span is now a mere eight seconds. Eight seconds! That’s worse than a goldfish! Martial arts instills the value of focus and mindfulness. Regularly practicing martial arts promotes a greater sense of mental clarity. With a little time and dedication, students can even snap themselves out of their mental fogs and dive back into the matter at hand, regardless of whether they’re in the dojo or in the classroom.
Martial Arts Improves Kids' Listening Skills.
Listening is one of the hardest skills to master. Martial Arts classes offers kids an ideal space to develop and refine their active listening skills. Students must have their ears peeled throughout class to keep pace, follow the instructor and take constructive feedback.