Sign up for Martial Arts. Get 2 Months Of Classes For Only $99!*
- Over 10 + years of experience teaching Tae Kwon Do
- Anti bullying and self defence techniques taught
- Opportunities to participate in tournaments
*uniform not included. includes 2 classes per week
To sign up, choose the number of kids you are enrolling and desired location using the drop down menu and then press add to cart.
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How does Tae Kwon Do help children learn to focus better?
The curriculum for each belt level contains many components. To learn them takes concentration and memorization. In a structured class setting, each child must focus in order to learn.
How does Tae Kwon Do help with school yard bullying?
Sadly, bullying is inevitable. No mom or dad wants their child to feel scared or down about themselves. Every parent feels frustrated and would love to solve their child’s problems at school. Unfortunately, we must trust in children’s ability to cope and solve their own conflicts. Children will learn, in a safe and friendly atmosphere, how to defend themselves physically, but, more importantly, they’ll gain a truer sense of self-confidence that will allow them to make confident choices and resolve their issues with greater ease.
Try a Free Class!
Fill out the form to enroll your child in a Free Martial Class. No uniform needed – just wear a t-shirt and shorts to your first class.
Beginner Classes Schedule
Saturday classes available after registration at Ridgeway location.
|RIDGEWAY||Tuesday & Thursday's|
|4 & 5 yrs.||5:30 to 6:15 pm|
|6 - 8 yrs.||6:15 to 7:00 pm|
|9 - 12 yrs.||7:00 to 7:45 pm|
|Monday & Wednesday's|
|13 & up||8:00 to 9:30 pm|
|CLARKSON||Monday, Tuesday, Thursday's|
|4 & 5 yrs.||6:00 to 6:45 pm|
|6 - 8 yrs.||6:00 to 6:45 pm|
|9 - 12 yrs||6:45 to 7:30 pm|
|FALCONER||Monday & Wednesday's|
|4 & 5 yrs.||6:00 to 6:30 pm|
|6 - 8 yrs.||6:15 to 7:00 pm|
|9 & up||7:00 to 7:45 pm|
Martial arts tournaments
Our school is very active in martial arts tournaments. There’s no obligation to attend or participate in tournaments. However, if your child has a competitive edge and wants to test his Taekwondo abilities, the opportunity is there. Martial arts tournaments aren’t only about winning or losing. They’re about performing in front of large amounts of people, overcoming fear and shyness and, most importantly, losing gracefully. It’s impossible to win all the time. Martial artists learn to respect their opponents, and if they lose, with great sportsmanship, appreciate others’ strengths and realize their own room for improvement.
Martial arts elite team
Magnitude also has an Elite Team, which consists of students who are invited by the Head Instructor to participate in extra Taekwondo training and weapon classes. Our Elite Team practices more extreme martial arts (fancy kicks and skills) and improves all techniques for sparring and patterns. They put together routines that they perform at various functions. All Elite Team members actively participate at martial arts tournaments.