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Monday 7:15-8 pm • Wednesdays 7:15-8 pm • Saturdays 11:15 am-12:00 pm

Our Pre-Teen Warrior Class is good clean fun for children and a great way to give them a head start in life. Our philosophy is one of humility and integrity with the development of mental and physical skills leading to the harmony of body and mind. Besides its physical benefits, it also builds character and promotes social skills and concepts such as team work.

Although Martial Art practice is challenging, it involves using the child’s owns cognitive and physical resources as well as the resources around them. This program imposes structure and a set routine on children with freedom within this structure providing a springboard for creative thinking. At the same time it is success-oriented. It teaches the child to deal with the anxiety that precedes new adventures, to cope with the uncertainty, and to survive with increased confidence and a more positive self-concept. They also learn how to win graciously and to lose without shame, knowing that they did their best. This encourages a sense of commitment and instills an interest in achieving excellence.


This program is flexible and can be adapted according to an individual’s or group’s skill, mental level, size, creativity, emotions, and social or physical make-up. Our program is good clean fun for children and a great way to give them a head start in life. Our philosophy is one of humility and integrity with the development of mental and physical skills leading to the harmony of body and mind.


Besides its physical benefits, it also builds character and promotes social skills and concepts such as team work.  This program is flexible and can be adapted according to an individual’s or group’s skill, mental level, size, creativity, emotions, and social or physical make-up.

This Pre-Teen Warrior class provides a multitude of stimulating activities so that the child has an opportunity to develop and exercise behavior both in areas for which he/she has strong predisposition, and in areas where he/she may be less gifted. The emphasis of the children’s class is cooperation and cohesion, not competition, which increases a student’s ability to receive and give support and encouragement, solve problems and make responsible decisions. All of these factors serve to increase the child’s awareness of himself and his environment. A child is constantly re-thinking and re-constructing his understanding of himself and his world. Self-improvement is not measured in relation to others but according to ones own potential capabilities.


TrailMake the commitment to excellence and start the process to engaging in a healthy lifestyle, with increased self-confidence, awareness and stability.


 

 

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