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4 to 8 years Little Dragons Programme

FULL TIME MARTIAL ARTS & FITNESS CENTRE

Unit 6, Earnshaw Bridge Mill, Longmeanygate, Leyland, PR26 7PA

Behind Warren & Wignall / A.F.L

Tel: 01772 46 1127 / 07762 285 858

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Like Most Martial Arts Schools We Teach!
Honesty, Respect, Courage, Self-discipline, Strength Compassion,
Perseverance and Good attitude.

Beginners classes starting NOW

How many times a week they train is up to you!

Students can pick which lessons they come to each week, they do not have to stick to the same day each week.

(These classes are non-contact lessons)

Mums & Dads you can train in the fitness Gym for £10.00 a month if your child trains at the centre

Next Little Dragons Grading day 21st May

"The Little Dragons Club is held every"

Monday nights 5:00pm ~ 6:00pm

Wednesday night 5:00pm ~ 6:00pm

Friday night 5:00pm ~ 6:00pm

Saturday morning 11:00am ~ 12:00pm

Click here to view information about the Little Dragons grading day.

 

Teaching kids how to stay safe doesn't have to be scary!
The skills and drills that we use are designed to be fun and effective. Kids will feel empowered as they gain the knowledge to protect themselves Games encourage students to work as a team on balance, timing and martial art skills, whilst also putting a lot of fun into their classes.
 

Under 8's Little Dragons Programme
I have been asked a hundred times what is the best age to start my son / daughter in martial arts classes! The answer, of course is NOW . Why wait to give your child that extra edge in confidence and self-esteem. Children are fascinated with the idea of learning martial arts, NOW you can give them the chance to learn martial arts the real way safely and by fully qualified black belt instructors.

 
Our introduction class
The introduction into martial arts is for children 4 to 8 year olds the class is run more around martial arts games, which leads to them learning martial arts but in a fun way. All members of the little dragons club get a break, half way thorough the lesson so they can have a drink provided by the club.
Next Grading 21st May
 
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As parents we do everything we can to protect our children from harm and to provide them with the skills they need to be healthy, successful adults. The problem is, we are not with them all the time. What our kids do at school is sometimes a mystery to us. Are they polite to their teachers? Do they participate in class? Are they bullying other kids? Are they being bullied?

There is something you can do to help get them on track to be successful in school and to avoid the bully-trap - even when you're not around: Enroll them in a martial arts class. One of the biggest misconceptions about enrolling children and teenagers in martial arts is that the kids become aggressive and, therefore, a likely bully.

The fact however is That Martial Arts do just the opposite. Bullies often have sense of superiority over others and their environments and lack impulse control. Often at times, bullies don't know how to manage their anger so they take it out on people they deem weaker than themselves. Many times, bullies are being, or have been, bullied at some point in their lives as well. Martial arts help solve these problems.

Martial arts can also help kids who are being bullied. Bullies thrive on attacking (physically or emotionally) people that they see as weak. Kids who are bullied often have (generally as a result of the bullying) low confidence levels, inability to concentrate on school work, lack of focus and high stress levels which make them look even weaker. Martial arts help solve these problems too. The many benefits of martial arts for children are a great way to combat bullying, but as you read on, you'll see that the benefits extend way past bullying and will help your children succeed in other areas of their lives as well:

Concentration and Focus training in martial arts is not a mindless activity. It requires complete concentration and focus at all times during training. The best part about this needed concentration, however, is that it carries over into all parts of your children's lives. You'll notice (and your children's teachers will probably also notice) that they will be able to focus more on their school work and they might even have more successful grades.

Confidence and Control Martial arts will help your children get in tune with their minds and bodies. This will help kids better understand themselves, their actions and their options. They know that they don't need to lose their temper to handle stressful situations and they'll also know that they have the ability to physically defend themselves if needed. All of this knowledge will increase their confidence and over all demeanour making them appear (and be) stronger individuals and less likely to be a victim of a bully. It will also help prevent them from bullying others because they will be more aware of themselves and those around them.

Stress Reduction you probably already know that physical exercise is a great stress reliever for you. Do you also know that it works for your children as well? Any type of exercise such as jogging or playing sports can relieve the physical stress that your children feel from daily life - and it may be more than you'd expect. Training martial arts goes one step further, however. It will also help your children relieve their emotional stress because martial arts require them to concentrate their training, not dwell on their problems.

Respect If you send your children to the right school, their martial arts instructors will both command and deserve respect from all of their students. They will also be able to install in your children that all people deserve respect, especially adults.

 
 
 
 
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