Kids Martial Arts

Kids Martial Arts is given to kids from age 4 and up. Children significantly benefit from the system that is built to suit their needs.The martial arts games, the kicks and punches, as well as the connections with other kids found through Pa-Kua Martial Arts, serve to increase the child's confidence, self-esteem, and social skills. At the same time Pa-Kua Martial Arts teaches the child to respect peers and elders, works on the student's focus and control, and offers the student with the tools required for the full life that lies ahead. This always occurs in a positive atmosphere.

The many benefits of Pa-Kua Martial Arts for kids are clearly noticeable and shown in the child's school work, behavior at home, and interaction with family or friends. The classes for children are conducted in a completely safe and professional atmosphere, by Instructors and Masters who make sure the children develop their skills in complete safety.

Overall Benefits of Pa-Kua-

Learning about Nutrition and why to eat better
Improved sense of Self-Awareness
Improved Social Skills
Weight loss
Improved flexibility, strength and coordination


Practice- The Children will work on many different exercises such as stretching and controlling their breathing, and holding positions that will require balance, strength, or flexibility, sometimes requiring all three as the student progresses. This is always done in a fun and enthusiastic environment with music.

Benefits- When we are born we have amazing flexibility. Then, gradually as we get older, we lose that natural flexibility and must work at it. By having your child attend these children’s yoga classes they are able to stretch and maintain that flexibility throughout their life. Yoga has also been proven by case studies to help them regulate their emotions, manage stress, and calm themselves. Studies now show that they may also choose better foods to eat and engage in more physical activity than children who do not study yoga.

Most Pa-Kua schools offer an introductory class in which the student can try out a class before enrolling. The parents can even stay and observe their child participate in the class.

Last modified onMonday, 08 December 2014 14:02