Jiu-Jitsu for Kids
Give Your Kids the Gifts of Personal Success,
Confidence, Discipline and Self-Defense.
Martial Arts helps bring out the best in growing children.
Discipline, integrity, respect, personal courage, and commitment: these are the core values instilled in the curriculum at Top Level Martial Arts.
The knowledge and skills that kids learn in martial arts classes is something that applies directly to their education. BJJ teaches persistence both on and off the mat. The personal growth you will see in your child will make them more adaptable, disciplined, consistent, and curious in all their activities, both physically and mentally.
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Your Child will grow with every class!
Children are like sponges. They absorb things quickly and easily – far more easily than adults do. In fact, parents can sometimes see a difference in their child after just one martial arts class. Each additional class they attend increases their knowledge and growth.
Not only are they getting healthier as they learn martial arts, but they’re also learning the value of self-discipline and respect.
When you enroll your child in a martial arts class, you’re giving them much more than physical skills. You’re giving them the opportunity to thrive in all areas of their life.
Build active fitness habits early.
Our kids Jiu-Jitsu classes are full body exercise routines. The classes build healthy habits and keep your children active. Our classes are jam packed with activities, games and drills that are designed to keep training fun for our students.
Self-defense and self-confidence against bullies.
Our martial arts training is serious about teaching your kids the skills needed for self-protection in many circumstances, from the neighborhood bully to a stranger on the street.
Knowing how to defend oneself is only half battle. That’s why our classes also teach your child the respect and self confidence needed to stand up and diffuse any situation.
What to expect during your first martial arts class.
Classes are structured and systemic. First, class starts with a line-up and greeting, followed by a warm-up. Next is a review of the core values, then skill acquisition and training followed by break-out groups. The class concludes with a review of skills learned and strategies for carry-over.