Our 3-5yrs class introduces kids to having fun on the mats with a limited fight-type focus. Students engage in a variety of games focused on developing coordination, promoting the continuation of their natural flexibility, as well as completing primal, animal-type movement patterns. Students begin to realise the core fundamental principles of respect and teamwork in these classes.
In our classes for kids aged 5 to 7 years, kids are introduced to self-defence technique as well as understanding situations in which it may be applied. Class structure involves understanding technique, as well as participating in a variety of games which are used to instil movement patterns specific to jiu jitsu. A balance of technique and games maintains engagement and promotes a fun and optimal learning experience.
This kids program covers the fundamental principles of jiu jitsu delivered in a fun and child friendly learning environment. Students learn self-defence while developing self-esteem, confidence, discipline and respect. Teaching is tailored to kids of this age group who are beginning jiu jitsu at the rank of white and white/grey belt.
This kids program is suitable for the beginner student tailored to kids of this age group. Lessons cover and build upon the fundamental principles of jiu jitsu with all lessons delivered in a supportive and friendly learning environment. Students learn self-defence while developing self-esteem, confidence, discipline and respect.
Advanced Kids classes are for kids who have achieved the rank of grey belt and above. Their technique and game is further progressed. For those with competition as a goal they are assisted with developing a competition strategy based on their strengths, along with a focus on understanding the specific rules of the competition they are looking at entering.
Training Jiu Jitsu without a GI (the kimono uniform traditionally worn in jiu jitsu) so terms this class; ‘No GI’. Training without a GI differs to regular classes not only in the training attire but in the grips, pace, as well as strategy.
While training in a GI is commonly regarded as more technical, No GI is considered to be a closer imitation of a real-life fight-type scenario. The absence of the traditional attire means training is a closer imitation to such a situation in which jiu jitsu may need to be applied.
No GI classes run for the different age groups and the advanced students.