The Kids Post - - 2017 Private Education Guide -

Con­fi­dence, dis­ci­pline, re­spect and fun are the fo­cus of the chil­dren’s pro­gram at Sum­mit Karate School, and qual­i­fied and ex­pe­ri­enced in­struc­tors are pos­i­tive role mod­els, who gen­tly and pa­tiently coach chil­dren of all ages and tem­per­a­ments in the art of self-de­fence. The ben­e­fits of karate for chil­dren are nu­mer­ous and in­clude in­creased at­ten­tion spans for ac­tive kids as well as en­hanced co-or­di­na­tion, con­fi­dence, self­es­teem and self-dis­ci­pline. Classes for preschool­ers (ages 3 1/2 to 5) and schoolage chil­dren are of­fered daily; times vary from day to day. Karate is also an ideal fam­ily ac­tiv­ity, cre­at­ing fun and pro­vid­ing a sense of achieve­ment as mem­bers wend their way through the dif­fer­ent belt lev­els. For added con­ve­nience, Sum­mit of­fers sep­a­rate but si­mul­ta­ne­ous classes for chil­dren and adults. For adults, karate helps re­lieve stress, tones mus­cles and bol­sters con­fi­dence, and ev­ery­one’s sched­ule is ac­com­mo­dated with Sum­mit’s morn­ing and evening classes. We also of­fer car­dio-kick box­ing the ul­ti­mate car­dio work­out!

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