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Yushikai Karate Academy | Billericay's Premier Martial Arts Dojo
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image5We at Yushikai Karate Academy understand that keeping your children consistently active and engaged can be a challenge. Martial arts classes are structured to be an excellent outlet for kids to stay active and develop the ability to succeed in the real-world. Our curriculum focuses on skills that go beyond martial arts and the dojo to improve your child’s experience at school, home, and many social settings.

The Lil’ Dragons course is designed for ages 4 to 5, which are crucial years in a child’s development. Students will benefit from karate’s focus on building character; developing concentration and listening skills, learning respect for others, and improving self-esteem. Lil’ Dragons will develop a more confident and enthusiastic outlook, which provides a strong foundation for the school years ahead.

KIDS OF ALL AGES AND SIZES ARE WELCOME.

Conveniently located in Billericay, UK, our kid’s martial arts program is all inclusive—Nobody sits on the bench. When kids join martial arts, they enjoy the many mental, emotional, social and physical benefits of this program.

Martial Arts Benefits for Kids:

  • Improve hand-eye coordination and balance
  • Practice self-control, discipline, and good values
  • Increase confidence and self-esteem
  • Develop positive attitude and social skills
  • Gain long-lasting relationships
  • Experience team-oriented situations
  • Improve focus, memory, listening, and retention skills
  • Stay mentally engaged and physically active
  • Boost strength and endurance
  • Fun and positive environment

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