Our Little Samurai (ages 3 to 5) and Little Warrior (ages 6 to 8) programs are specifically designed to teach valuable life skills in a fun, exciting and inspiring environment. Both of these programs have been designed to enhance and develop motor skills, cognitive reasoning as well as social skills. As a result, your child will become more focused, confident and respectful.

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Our age specific curriculum focuses on teaching not only the physical aspects of the martial arts, but also the mental. This provides a solid foundation for physical, intellectual, emotional and social development.

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Early Childhood Development

As this is a critical time in a child’s growth and development of their motor, social and cognitive skills, our programs have been designed to assist in developing a positive mental attitude, which will help them progress with confidence and enthusiasm. Our objective is to help them gain a “can do anything” attitude towards achieving their goals.

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Life Skills Development

Our methods emphasize the core principles of self-discipline, self-control, respect, confidence, concentration and patience. As a result, they will become better students, be more focused and learn to be more aware of their surroundings.

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Social Development

We teach our students how to become socially adept and if necessary, help them break out of their shell of shyness and teach them how and when to be assertive and interact with other children. We promote non-violent resolutions to conflict and help students to explore and understand conflict through role-playing and other exercises.

We understand that younger students have shorter attention spans and require loads of guidance, therefore we use proven techniques and innovative methods to keep our students attentive and learning. We leave our students with a sense of accomplishment and skills that will benefit them for their entire lives.

With one of the best mentorship programs in the area, we allow our students to also be taught by young adults that are more in tune with today’s youth and the issues they face on a daily basis. In doing so, students develop confidence as they learn how to be both proactive and reactive to the world around them.