Kids taekwondo Toronto school with well-organized, well-staffed and age-apporiate martial arts classes.
The best age-specific kids Taekwondo Toronto classes for 4 to 7 years olds
offered at T.H.A Martial Arts (near Bayview-Eglinton)
1666 Bayview Ave, #200, East York, ON.
M4G 3C1, Canada. (416)440-2828
T.H.A Lil’ Dragon kids Taekwondo Toronto in School.
By carefully organizing lessons based on age, attention span, and motor skill level; we are in contrast to the average kids taekwondo or karate schools in Toronto.
We use martial arts movement and techniques to help kids improve athletic performance, while learning invaluable life skills such as focus, discipline, and self-control.
How are kids Taekwondo lessons at T.H.A Martial Arts Different?
First, four and five year olds, for example, are in separate classes from six and seven year olds.
Second, each group enjoys age-appropriate Taekwondo lessons with a curriculum that is uniquely designed for them.
A kids taekwondo based curriuclum that teaches teamwork, nurture self disciple, and help improve focus.
Bully proofing, non-violent self protection skills, stranger awareness, positive mental attitudes.
A convenient schedule, beginner-friendly classes , and an experienced team of instructors.
Exciting kids taekwondo lessons that also offers tools for success in everything the do.
Kids Taekwondo Lessons With A Difference.
Our program provide kids with a good balance of fun and learning, while targeting their various stages of growth and development.
We also maintain a student to instructor ratio of about 7:1 in our classes – ensuring that your child is getting personalized attention all the time.
It is true that activities – like dance, gymnastics, hockey or soccer – teach kids a lot of things. However, they come short in helping develop important life skills.
Life skills such as a deep sense of respect, self-confidence, follow-through, self-control, and focus.
These are regular themes in our kids taekwondo Toronto classes.
It’s perhaps one of the reasons we are a favourite among parents for age-appropriate martial arts instruction to kids.