Other Martial Arts Clubs for Kids

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Shizoku Martial Arts - SMA Karate
Truly a Family Martial Arts club, its right there in our name, Shizoku = family. If your goals are to learn ways to protect you and your loved ones in today’s world, you have come to the right place. If your goal is to get fit and improve your strength and stamina, you have come to the right place. If you want a fun learning environment you and your kids then you are in the right place. Shizoku Martial Arts provides numerous ways to benefit you and your loved ones. Our unique SMA Karate classes ...
Karate Papamoa
Karate Papamoa - Shi sei kan NZ is THE premier Karate Club in the Bay of Plenty. Self-defence, self respect, discipline but most importantly FUN. Karate is most beneficial if it is fun and we do have a lot of it. We are a family orientated club and encourage you to bring your whole tribe to experience what we offer. Joseph McGregor; a Papamoa local, has been training for over 30 years. Joseph is still competing at regional and national level, as well as a member of the national team. Karate ...
Oxford Alpine Taekwondo is a Kukkiwon-style Taekwondo martial arts club that provides a local community based programme for families and individuals to learn. Taekwondo is beneficial to its members because it helps develop respect, trust and open communication. It also promotes values such as honesty, courtesy, loyalty, and cooperation. Taekwondo enhances self-esteem by heightening physical and mental abilities. It also builds confidence by encouraging people to succeed by attaining grades ...
Internationa Taekwon-Do
Taekwon-Do is the Korean art of self defence and the world’s most popular martial art. It was first developed by a Korean Army General, Gen. Choi Hong Hi, in the 1950s and 1960s. “Tae” means to jump or kick with the foot; “Kwon” means to punch with the hand or fist; and “Do” means art or way. Taekwon-Do is also an exciting sport with many spectacular events such as sparring, patterns, power breaking and the high flying special techniques competition. But it is also a martial art ...
Waiheke Recreation Centre
The Waiheke Recreation Centre is a central asset to the local Waiheke community for sports and recreation. It’s the only indoor sporting facility on the island and is a very popular asset during the Winter months. Built in 1991 by Auckland City Council, it’s run on a Not For Profit / Charitable basis on a “shared usage” model. During the day, the local High School has exclusive usage. After 4pm, at weekends & during school holidays, it becomes a public facility where a number of ...
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