Our Kids Earn Self Respect Before They Earn Belts
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A child’s world can sometimes include bullies – we teach kids how to deal with real scenarios in the environment they live in every day
Because everyone (especially your kids) needs to feel like their hard work is paying off or discouragement is inevitable
Our school cultivates a healthy social environment – on and off the mat – with a staff that respects parent’s guidance and involvement
Our Tiny Ninjas program for children aged 3-5 program is designed to introduce our youngest students to Martial Arts. The curriculum includes fun, fast-paced games & interactive drills to teach Martial Arts movements and develop Social Skills and Coordination. Instructors teach in an easy-to-follow and simple method.
Our Kids 5-7 program is designed to help the “Little Ninjas” build a strong foundation and improve their overall understanding of Martial Arts. The curriculum for this program includes both beginner and fundamental techniques, coordination drills, interactive games as well as exploring core concepts and ideas.
The Juniors program for children aged 8-12 program is where the study of each martial arts becomes more intense. Student’s will receive an overview of all positions, techniques and an introduction into more advanced techniques. Students will be expected to master more techniques and be involved in more sparring activities.
The Teens program is the preparatory stage for the Adult programs. Students will be treated largely as adults but with the more acute focus and emotional support necessary for this age group. They will train Jiu-Jitsu with other Teens and have the option of learning Boxing and Muay Thai with the Adults.
I got my son involved because it complements his wrestling and he’s enjoyed it a lot. He just had his first tournament and had a win.Jason SContractor, Father of 5
I no longer have to worry about if my son has enough positive role models in his life. Joining Crazy 88 was one of the best choices I have made for myself and my son.Theresa SParamedic, Single Mother
We were looking for an activity that the boys can do as well as something for my husband and I - with the goal of physical fitness and fun. I never thought I would like as much as I do. We are really glad we joined.Rachel KAttorney, Mother of 2
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