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Fitness through Martial Arts and Self Defense For Kids (Age 6-12 years)

Multi-day class

Martial arts is a great opportunity for kids to build positive self-esteem and find community. Learn how to ease your child’s way into sports. Will be teaching techniques of various Martial Arts Combination and Weapon training.

Chinmay Anand Yajnik

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4 Weeks,3x a Week

How does a Multi-Day Course work?

A Multi-Day Course meets multiple times over one or more weeks. Learners join the teacher in live video chat sessions at scheduled times. Outside of these sessions, they can take part in a classroom discussion group and message the teacher directly. Longer courses create more opportunities: real-time activities, engaging projects, and interaction with diverse classmates from other states and countries.
60 Minutes Class Duration
1-6 Kids Class Size
Ages 6-12 Age Range
Rs. 1959 Total* Price Per Learner (Rs)

Available Times

Wed, Aug 4 - Aug 30

4 Weeks,3x a Week
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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Class Experience

Exercise is great for every kid. But kids who learn and think differently can have a hard time finding a sport that suits them. Find out why martial arts might be a good fit for your child.

There are lots of reasons martial arts might be a good match for kids who learn and think differently. Here are nine benefits.

  • They focus on individual growth, not on team competition. Many kids struggle with the pressure of competing with other kids. But in martial arts, the focus is on self-improvement. There’s no “letting down the team.”
  • They work toward specific goals. Some kids who learn and think differently feel like they never “win” at anything. In martial arts, kids work at their own pace. They earn a different colored belt every time they reach a new skill level. This can boost self-esteem and keep them motivated.

  • Routines are broken down into chunks. A technique or form in martial arts can have dozens of different movements. But kids learn gradually, repeating and adding steps as they go. They learn to anticipate which step comes next. And eventually, they put everything together into fluid movements.

  • They emphasize self-control and concentration. Attention is central to martial arts. Kids have to stay focused to learn and to do the movements. When a child’s focus drifts, instructors often ask them to take the “ready stance.” This lets them reset and get ready for what’s next.

  • They help with coordination. Doing martial arts movements can help kids get a better feel for their body in space. This is good for kids who struggle with motor skills. It also helps kids understand the power of the mind over the body.

  • They provide structure. Good martial arts instructors have clear rules and constantly reinforce them. They also emphasize good behavior in and out of class. Some even send kids home with behavior charts for parents and caregivers to sign.

  • They’re a safe way for kids to get out extra energy. It’s a myth that martial arts encourage violent behavior. In fact, instructors often say that fighting is a last resort. At the same time, kicking and karate chopping let kids work out frustration or anger while practicing self-control.

  • It’s an accepting environment. Respect is a core value in martial arts. Kids have to show it for their instructor and their peers. Negativity is generally not tolerated in class, and students are encouraged to support each other.

  • They’re cool. Kids who learn and think differently sometimes feel awkward or out of the loop. But lots of kids think martial arts are cool. It’s hard not to feel special when you’re wearing martial arts gear and breaking boards in half.

Students will be learning the following:

  • Strength & Conditioning,
  • Mobility and stability,
  • Focus,
  • Discipline,
  • Fitness
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Students will be able to learn the following: - Punches, Kicks, Blocks, Stance Foot work, Weapons

Will be informed in the classroom.

Will certainly be assessed in the class by the teacher.

Please assist the child while the class is on.


Chinmay Anand Yajnik

About Me

Chinmay Yajnik. Experience of 25 years in Martial Arts. 3 black belts in Karate, Ninjutsu system and Kick Boxing, Part of Thangta Federation. Have taught 3000+ children as a physical education specialist including celebrity kids. Have trained around 600 women in self defense in various corporates
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