Does Your 8-12 Year Old need a challenge?
The Ultimate Ninjas program builds physical agility, control, and resilience to help kids excel.
Eight to twelve year old kids are intellectually curious and starting to mature emotionally, but they also may struggle with appropriate behavior and physical control. Our Ultimate Ninjas program is especially designed to help them learn martial arts in line with their overall development.
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YOUR CHILD WILL GROW WITH EVERY CLASS!
The Ultimate Ninjas program works with kids to teach them how to accept responsibility for their actions,
to manage negative emotions, and to pay attention to instructions and advice from their instructors.
Our program teaches kids agility, courage, flexibility, and persistence in a way that allows them to
build confidence. These skills translate from our martial arts studio to school and to your home.
BUILD FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Older kids have better control than young ones, but they still may struggle with precision and accuracy.
The Ultimate Ninjas program helps kids gain control of their bodies and build strength while improving their balance.
Kids are easily distracted and may have difficulty focusing on tasks and situations.
We teach kids to tune out distractions and focus on one thing at a time, something that’s increasingly challenging in today’s electronic world.
PERSISTANCE & DETERMINATION
Kids develop persistence and the determination to see their goals through to the end.
When they’re learning a new skill, kids may be afraid or give up easily instead of risking failure.
Ultimate Ninjas learn to conquer their fears and persist even when they feel like giving up on a particular challenge or assignment.
RESPECT & SELF CONTROL
Students learn how to disagree politely and to resolve disputes respectfully.
Many kids struggle with learning how to express disagreement without being rude or angry.
Our Ultimate Ninjas program teaches kids to speak up without disrupting others, and to figure out ways to resolve their challenges within the confines of the program’s structure.