Tigers Martial Arts
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Martial Arts: The First Step Made by Parents to Increase Their Child's Mental Attention, Physical Development, and Preparing Their Toddler For A Fulfilling Childhood.
If You Have A Child Under 6 That…
- Is still getting to know the world around them and is learning how to interact with their surroundings.
- Is growing and could benefit from increased movement and activity.
- Falls down often and has the normal balance and coordination challenges kids face at that age.
- Is developing and in the process of learning social and listening skills.
Then you’ve come to the right place! Keep reading to discover the transformative powers martial arts has on young children.
More Than Just Martial Arts
Increased Agility and Flexibility: Martial arts does wonders for the body, blood flow, and overall motor function. Our sessions aim to improve balance and stability to help your child develop while reducing the risk of injury. Parents often notice better posture, more energy, and improvements in stability and hand eye coordination after a few weeks of consistent training.
Positive Mood and Energy: We notice a profound difference in kids’ mood during classes. Students benefit from fun socialization with other kids along with aerobic exercises that promote movement and the flow of energy. Our positive, uplifting environment helps kids feel safe and welcome which leads to smiles, laughter, and great energy.
Restful Sleep: With all the fun, activities, and exercise it’s only natural that kids sleep like little angels after martial arts sessions. Rest assured that your toddler leaves sessions fully satisfied and fulfilled.
Unbelievable Listening Skills: By touching on topics like respect and humility, kids learn to listen attentively to their elders. It starts with an interest in mimicking all the cool moves and “tricks” they see the other kids doing but once they realize what they can accomplish by simply paying attention they begin paying more attention to other areas of life as well. This preserves their eagerness to learn as they grow older and enter elementary school.
Better Memory and Concentration: We’ll exercise your child’s brain with activities that promote better memory, concentration, and reaction skills. Our top priority is helping students improve in mental sharpness and physical coordination so they can succeed and grow into smart, strong, and active men and women.
Our team of certified instructors follow safety protocols to ensure a safe and supportive environment for our students. In fact, unlike sports which has one adult supervising an entire team, we have multiple instructors monitoring a room at all times making sure everything runs smoothly. Especially considering the young age of students in our Junior Martial Arts class, your child will never be placed in a dangerous or uncomfortable situation.
Martial Arts is often depicted as a violent activity but that couldn’t be further from the truth. The mindset behind martial arts involves harmony, peace, tranquility, and connection to the body. Our Junior Martial Arts training primarily circles (focuses) around movement and energy. The most we’ll do physically is stretching and cool poses and we forbid combat of any kind in our Junior classes.
Other than essential movement and physical activity, martial arts also instills important life skills like discipline, honor, confidence, and respect. We also place great emphasis on balance, coordination, reflexes, memory, mental sharpness, communication, and behavioral skills to ensure we’re providing a valuable, transformative curriculum.
We encourage all parents to start out with a trial package. It’s important that students feel out our program before deciding and only continue if they’re absolutely certain martial arts is the right move. If after a trial package ends you’re not completely satisfied, we’re more than happy to issue a full refund.
Parents are also more than welcome to sit in on a session before hand or reach out to our team for a deeper, more personal conversation.