WE HAVE A PROGRAM THAT ADAPTS TO YOUR NEEDS
TINY CHAMPIONS (3-4 years old)
Our Tiny Champions karate program is the precursor to our Little Tiger program. The goal is to develop our very youngest members in small sized, high instructor-to-student ratio classes which focus on listening and following instructions, self-discipline, etiquette and manners, and learning the basics of what will be expected of them as they advance through the ranks and in life.
LITTLE TIGER (5-7 years old)
Our Little Dragons karate classes build off of what students have learned in the Tiny Champions program. They continue to develop better focus and concentration, improve their listening skills, and advance their self-control and discipline. On top of that, they continue to expand their physical skills — balance, coordination, focus of sight and basic self-defense.
KARATE KIDS (8-12 years old)
Starting at 8 years old, our karate kid students enter the traditional Black Belt pathway where they take all of their physical and mental skills to the next level of their martial arts journey. They continue to develop physical skills like flexibility, core stability, balance, coordination, and focus of sight while also learning more complex forms and higher level self-defense. On top of that they continue to work on their mental development, increasing their mindfulness, improving their discipline and grades in school, nurturing a respectful attitude, and improving their self-image and confidence. They also unplug from their electronic devices which is integral for the proper development with this generation of children and young adults.
A family that kicks together sticks together. Our family karate classes are the coolest way for families to train with each other. In these classes, parents and children enter the mats as peers, increasing their quality time together sharing memorable moments, conquering hardship, and developing healthy familial habits. These family martial arts classes give families the opportunity to set and achieve goals together, strengthening the familial unit.