Kids Classes for ages 5 - 11
Mon - Wed - Thu @ 5:30 pm
Students are welcome to attend up to 3 classes each week.
Not all schools are created equal.
Children need to be challenged.
We teach exciting, and engaging Martial Arts classes designed to bring out the best in your child without them becoming bored! Our classes are dynamic, entirely unique and unlike any other martial arts school.
We invite you to signup for a free class or stop by and see what makes us different from other Martial Arts schools.
Instruction Focuses on 3 Key Areas:
1. Self Defense
We teach a combination of self-defense techniques, strategy for escaping from danger and getting to safety, and conflict resolution skills.
2. Physical Fitness
We emphasize on physical fitness and coordination. In our classes we develop fundamental athletic skills. These are important skills like coordination, flexibility and balance. These skills are required for baseball, soccer, tennis, and more. At Kaizen Martial Arts we teach these skills to each and every student. Whether your child earns his black belt or stops sooner they will have these valuable skills for life!
3. Internal Transformation
Not only do we teach the outside physical techniques of martial arts, the punching, kicking and locks, but we also teach the inside skills of the martial arts. These are self-control, self-confidence, and listening skills, as well as proper respect and good manners. What is really powerful about our school is that we don’t just talk to our students about these skills. They actually experience them every single time they attend one of our classes! Soon they learn to apply these same skills in school and in their later life. These are Traditional Lessons that Last a Lifetime.
Ninja Dojo is the by far the best dojo that I have found for my kids (1 girl, 2 boys, ages 5-9). I thought martial arts would be good for them for the usual reasons – self-confidence, discipline, self-defense, physical control, etc. We tried three different schools before finding the Ninja Dojo, and the kids liked them at first but soon lost interest in the repetitive drilling of techniques.