Kids Martial Arts
Our Martial Arts Lessons for Kids in San Jose Have Parents Raving About the Results!
In our fun and energetic classes, each child learns and progresses at their own pace, learns to set individual (inspiring) goals, and then discovers their personal power while accomplishing those goals!
See for yourself why children and their parents all over the San Jose area (and Hayes, Parkview, Vista Park, South San Jose areas too!) find our kids martial arts lessons so inspiring!Contact Us
Serves as an Escape
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry found that a huge fraction of kids’ days is spent glued to a cell phone, tablet, computer, or television screen. They reveal, “On average, children ages 8-12 in the United States spend 4-6 hours a day watching or using screens, and teens spend up to 9 hours.”
Don’t let your child waste their childhood – move them away from the TV and into the dojo. In a world where kids are constantly connected and easily influenced by the content they see online, King’s Martial Arts Academy aims to serve as an escape from the noise. We believe that Taekwondo helps students regain their focus, find relief from academic and social pressures, set goals for themselves, and experience a level of accomplishment and fulfillment that can’t be found virtually.
We know what you’re probably thinking – “If my goal is to reduce my child’s screen time, why not just enroll them in any other sport?”
Great question! Unlike all other athletic activities, the martial arts focus on teaching life lessons just as much as they focus on teaching physical skills. Though its exact origins are not completely determined, Taekwondo is believed to have been around for thousands of years. Historically, this discipline didn’t just focus on the physical – it focused on the mental and emotional as well. Taekwondo requires students to demonstrate discipline and respect both in and out of the dojo. This means paying attention in class, referring to your instructors with the correct terminology, practicing at home, and respecting your parents and elders. At King’s Martial Arts Academy, we aren’t just creating amazing martial artists, we’re creating amazing people.
With the overwhelming presence of social and mass media, it’s harder than ever for young people to achieve confidence. That’s why King’s Martial Arts Academy is so passionate about cultivating the self-esteem of each and every one of our students. The martial arts provide children with impressive new skills, an outlet for self-expression, increased physical fitness, and self-defense training. King’s Martial Arts Academy has used our martial arts instruction to change the lives of thousands of students, and we want your child to be next.
Provides a Community of Athletes
Does your child struggle to make friends at school? Well, King’s Martial Arts Academy will be a different story. At our academy, we believe that community is one of the most important elements behind building talented martial artists. King’s Martial Arts Academy is home to a group of kind, uplifting, and welcoming martial arts students who love the sport just as much as we do.
At King’s Martial Arts Academy, we do not allow bullying, exclusivity, or intimidation of any sort. We hold our students to high standards and will do everything we can to ensure that your child has an amazing experience at our school.
Taekwondo at King’s Martial Arts Academy in San Jose is also a great atmosphere to be in where you can succeed, gain self-esteem, and learn to never give up. We give you the skills you need to feel confident in your ability to defend yourself against any threat. We practice and practice to ensure that your muscles and body remember how to defend and counter any aggressor.
In Taekwondo, students are taught how to help each other out in class. Whether that be to help hold boards to break or targets for you to kick even to being sparring partners. By creating a bond of trust and reciprocation, you and your sparring partner can then practice various kicking combinations on each other and see how to make things work. Members at King’s Martial Arts Academy have become close friends and help each other reach their goals.