Our Monkeys - Early Skills Training Program is PERFECT for ages 8-10. They'll learn real Chinese Martial Arts, have a great time, reap all the benefits, and it will give them the proper foundation to achieve personal excellence!
Make sure your child can protect themselves! In the world we live in, its extremely important to know how and when to defend yourself.
Our students don't just break the wood boards, they break through all barriers that hold them back and achieve their goals fearlessly!
Learning real Chinese Martial Arts is NOT easy! But our students learn to put in effort to achieve their goals and earn their next belts!
Children are like sponges. They absorb things quickly and easily – far more easily than we do as adults. In fact, parents can sometimes see a difference in their kids after just one martial arts class. Each additional class they attend increases their knowledge and growth.
Not only are they getting healthier as they learn martial arts, they’re also learning the value of self-discipline and respect. When you enroll your child in a martial arts class, you’re giving them much more than the physical skills we teach. You’re giving them the opportunity to thrive.
They’re bright and intelligent, yet have trouble paying attention at home, in school or in any important situation, even being classified as an “ADD” or “ADHD” child.
They are great kids but they just don’t listen, often being told to do something a hundred times before they actually do anything.
They are simply shy and lack the confidence and self-esteem needed to live up to their full potential.
They lack energy and excitement for physical activity, or they have A LOT of energy and need a controlled beneficial energy outlet.
Kids who don’t respect themselves and others often have difficulties in school and in life. Martial arts teaches the importance of respect every day.
We teach students to respect their instructors and fellow students. They can’t succeed without respecting everyone in the studio.
Over time, the instinct to respect others becomes deeply ingrained – and your child will carry it with them forever.
Nobody can succeed in life without the discipline to keep going even when things are difficult.
Our students learn discipline and persistence. Martial arts training requires true diligence and that’s not possible without discipline.
Students are held to the highest standard of behavior at all times – and the discipline they learn here will help them everywhere else.
Confidence plays a huge role in an individual’s life and it’s essential that kids are given opportunities that fuel their self esteem from early on.
Martial arts classes are an excellent way to build a child’s self-confidence and instill discipline so they can lead happy and fulfilling lives.
Studies have shown that the varied physical activity of a martial arts class can strengthen the neural pathways in the brain and help overactive kids practice self-control.
The lessons your child learns now about physical fitness may very well follow them into adulthood.
Studying martial arts sets kids up for good health and a healthy body image that they’ll keep throughout their lives. Our focus on self-discipline helps kids understand that what they do affects their bodies, and helps them to get in shape in a way that they find fun!
It’s common for a kid to start thinking that they’re not capable of doing better if they are struggling with a goal/instruction. Disappointments can dampen enthusiasm for learning, and decrease effort in other activities out of fear of failure.
In our martial arts school, kids learn how to take hits – and they carry the ability to do so in everyday life, where they can cope with setbacks and learn that hard work can help them more forward.
The persistence and discipline that kids learn in martial arts classes is something that applies directly to their life.
The structure of martial arts seems to support developing focus, but what does research say? According to a study published in the Journal of Pedagogical Development, the benefits of martial arts reach beyond self-defense and encompass the building of self-regulation. This basically means martial arts teach kids a variety of skills that help them avoid reacting impulsively.