It’s never too early to help a child develop confidence—in themselves, in their ability to learn, in their determination to overcome obstacles. The lessons they learn at this young age can transform their lives.
This is our most basic instruction. We’ll teach your little ones the foundations of movement and coordination, as well as how to listen and follow directions. We’ll have as much fun as your kids do!
We know that when kids first come through our doors, they’re excited about learning how to punch and kick. (Who hasn’t dreamed of being a ninja at some point?) We’ll teach them physical skills, but our training will also help them develop practices they can use for the rest of their lives.
We’ll help our students build mental and social skills, not just physical traits. We surround them with positive role models who will encourage them to practice to get better, keep trying when they’re not doing well, and build them up through a series of accomplishments.
From day one, our students learn:
This is our Kata for 3 to 5 year old karate students. We share this so that parents can help practice the form at home.
A student studying martial arts wants to be the best that they can be. At IMAA we follow an important creed that along with our four core values can steer young martial artists into reaching their full potential. Read this article to learn about our creed and what it means.