Ninjas In A Nutshell
Young Ninjas was created by a bunch of dudes with martial arts, fitness, and education backgrounds, to encourage children to move, play, and challenge themselves. Through age-appropriate and play based curriculum, our objective is to make a positive impact on each child, by introducing them to martial arts in a creative, fun, and non-competitive setting.
Along the way, students will learn new skills and valuable life lessons through positive reinforcement, instilling children with self-confidence. We make fitness fun by teaching martial arts, one of the world’s oldest and most popular sports, and what better way to do that then by becoming a ninja. C’mon, how cool!
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Rotating sessions keep students coming back for more. Every new session, we focus our course on a different animal – incorporating a vocabulary of martial arts moves, training games, and etiquette. Each session, students will receive a new color headband based on the animal, a cool incentive to keep children excited. We encourage students to return and re-enroll to advance in their ninja training with us. New students can join any time. The classes one takes, the more responsibility he or she will get. At the end of each session, all students will receive a personalized Certificate Of Achievement based on the animal theme and will walk away with new skills and a whole lot of self-confidence!
3 AREAS OF FOCUS:
Martial Arts skills: Our structured curriculum introduces children to martial arts techniques weekly, incorporating fundamental elements like blocks, kicks, strikes, awareness, basic self-defense, and the all important KI-YAH!
Motor Skills: Children will improve focus, coordination, strength, discipline, physical and emotional control, in a fun, and encouraging atmosphere. By honing in on these skills early, children can perform better in school and other physical activities, becoming better listeners and improving concentration along the way.
Social Skills : Every new session, students focus on one of six character traits or social skills based on the animal style like Patience, Respect, Focus, Confidence, Positivity, and Loyalty.