Tiny Tigers – Children’s Karate in Irvine
Using creative activities and learning tasks, our children’s karate program in Irvine reinforces the same time-tested values that children learn at home. Our martial arts classes offer a fun and instructive environment to develop strength, coordination, discipline and a sense of self-esteem as they progress in their training.
Benefits of training at Tajik Karate Academy in Irvine:
- Karate develops patience
- Shotokan Karate develops courage
- Martial Arts develop self-confidence
- Karate develops self-control
- Our Classes develop strength and flexibility
- Traditional karate promotes calmness and concentration
- Training regularly reduces stress and promotes a positive attitude toward our day-to-day life
Our Tiny Tigers kids’ karate program will help your child become stronger, more agile and have better memory. Through the study of Karate, various traditional martial arts and other modern self-defense styles our students see development in their physical condition and focused energy levels. Not only is Karate a very effective fighting art, we have a fun, enjoyable environment where your kids’ martial arts skills can be developed and honed.
Our instructors are also very experienced with handling training lessons for children as well as developing effective, fun and easy-to-understand training routines for them to follow and master.
Enroll in our kids’ martial arts classes today and see them blossom into fit, healthy, confident and intelligent Tiny Tigers both at home and in school.
Agility and Strength
Learning Karate from a young age physically trains children so that they become more coordinated and agile. Through Karate training kids develop strength, both mentally and physically as well as a sense of confidence.
Discipline and Focus
Give your child the gift of a healthy and beneficial training system. As they progress in their training, they will also nurture a strong habit of disciplined action and an ability to focus on the task at hand.
As children progress in their training they reap the rewards of their training and efforts. This ingrains the relationship between effort and reward as well as pride in their own progress as they see their own progress and improved skills.
Self defense is a combination of confidence and the ability to physically defend oneself should the need arise. Children that are confident in their own abilities are less likely to engage in fights and aggressive behavior.