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Seika Ryu Martial Arts

3168 Condo Ct
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
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  • Description - Seika Ryu Martial Arts

    Tiny Dragons is a class designed for young children, ages 3ᄑ (42 mos.) through age 6. The guide star for this program is for these young students to have fun. By making their learning process exciting and playful, the more serious aspects of learning martial arts can slowly be integrated into their routines without the heightened levels of discipline and traditional protocols found in the regular youth classes. A proper mix of traditional martial arts training, enthusiasm, and play provide the children with the opportunity to achieve success while having a great time! There are a broad range of reasons parents bring their children to our program. Many of these are found in the parent's desire to aide their children in the development of basic skill sets. These include such things as ability to focus, listening and attention, respect and social behavior, physical and motor skills improvement, and safety with an awareness of surroundings. The martial skills taught in this class are designed especially for these young martial artists. Fundamental stances, blocking, kicking, and striking are taught. Effective and time tested techniques used in the instruction of these skills lower the risk that these skills will be used inappropriately (such as the school playground). We spend frequent sessions talking about safety awareness without focusing on negatives or fear based motivation. By teaching them how to protect themselves at a young age we also nurture their confidence levels to add a greater ability to remain calm in the face of confrontation. By providing an environment where children are given the ability to avoid conflict as a primary objective, we reduce their risk of being involved in violent situations. It is our belief the program provides a unique and wonderful learning opportunity for each child. Every martial artist, young or old, experiences the journey in their own unique way. In as much, we treat each student as an individual. Expectations for these younger students are designed to provide them with appropriate and exciting challenges yet making the feel safe and comfortable in trying to achieve their goals. Generally, younger students will achieve levels slower than older students, as their learning, practice, and motor skills are not as developed. This is also a built in governor which keeps children from promoting too fast and giving a false sense of accomplishment. Advancement is assured by consistent attendance and effort.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Day Camp,  Martial Arts,  Preschooler,  Summer Camp

  • Activity Age Range

    3 years, 6 months and up

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