Karate For Kids Ages 7 To 13
Martial Arts are a great way for kids to develop self confidence and learn important Life Skills such as Discipline and Goal Setting. Karate Kids are taught specific skills to practice in the Academy as well as at home which will help them to improve their Life Skills. Stories, games & mat chats designed for Character Development are a regular part of each class.
Our Children’s Self Defense program, entitled “Kids N’ Power’ has been endorsed by AmberAlert.com. Children learn to stay safe from strangers and adult predators. It includes a structured Bully Proof program where children learn to stand up for themselves without fighting & to walk away from a fight without feeling like a coward.
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Dealing with threats from child predators is a very complex problem. But a series of steps and techniques that arm your child with an ability to stay one step in front of them will keep them safer today than yesterday. Understanding who a stranger is & how to respond to a stranger’s approach, is one of those simple first steps.
Safety from strangers & adult predators is a topic that almost all children have heard about repeatedly. However, most children have also never had an opportunity to practice what to do when in a negative situation with a stranger. In our programs children get the opportunity to practice the techniques through role-playing games
Kidz ‘N Power is endorsed by amberalert.com
Bully Defense Program
“There will be no violence where I walk…& others will be safer because of my presence”.
Many kids now have increased their confidence through verbal and physical skills designed to combat bullying, thanks to the Olweus Bullying Prevention drills taught in conjunction with all of our Karate Kids classes. While these drills focus on self-defense tactics designed to prevent bullying, very little actually involves karate chops and fierce yelling. Powerful mental skills are also practiced, teaching kids how to react to different bullying situations and how to avoid possible confrontations before they get physical.