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Taekwondo Is Fun For Kids

Kids Martial Arts Classes – Brisbane: Taekwondo is about so much more than learning kicks and punches. You don’t need to worry about your children becoming aggressive when they sign up for classes. In fact, just the opposite. As well as teaching Taekwondo and the five tenets of the Art, Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-control and Indomitable Spirit, we also provide life skills, enabling young children to grow up to be mature and responsible.

While team sports have always been popular for kids, not all kids enjoy being part of a team. Many prefer individual activities. The skills involved in learning Taekwondo make it the perfect physical activity for kids that dislike regular games and sports.


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The positive impact of Taekwondo

When your child attends Taekwondo classes at Pacific International Taekwondo, you will see them change in so many positive ways:

Self-esteem – self-confidence will grow as they become more in tune with the program and get used to interacting with new friends.

Self-discipline – this is a natural part of martial arts and particularly the Art of Taekwondo. Belt ranks are earned so kids discover that by being focused on a goal they can control outcomes.

Socialising – because all kids in a class have the same interest i.e. Taekwondo, they will automatically have something to draw them together and talk about. This way they learn to communicate and make new friends.

Getting physical – Taekwondo provides a great way of keeping fit and healthy and keeping excess weight at bay. At the same time, kids learn how to defend themselves

Learning it’s OK to fail – students learn that it’s OK for progress to be one step forward and two back at times. They may sometimes fail but this should be the beginning of the way ahead.

Respect – all students are expected to be smart, attentive, respectful and well-mannered.

Teamwork – while Taekwondo is an individual activity students are united in a class, each training to their personal best in ways in which they can support each other.