Children's Martial Arts Courses
Cobra Martial Arts Conducts regular junior Martial Art Classes / Lessons at our new Morley Martial Arts Dojo. We hold Separate sessions for 3 - 5 year old's (Little Cobra), 6 - 9 year old's (Junior) and 10 - 14 year old's (Young Adult) so that your child learns valuable Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) skills in a supportive environment suited to their age and peer group.
We also break juniors up based on their experience, which means your young one is not training with other more experienced juniors. Everyone gets to train at their own pace surrounded by other students at their level.
The Junior Martial Art Syllabus is comprised of the six most popular and practical Martial Arts styles being Karate, Traditional Taekwondo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ), Muay Thai Boxing (Kickboxing), Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and Filipino Eskrima (also known as Kali and Arnis)
Learning and Respect
Cobra Martial Arts Morley promotes learning and teaches respect and discipline, and is a fun way to develop the qualities of good character. Martial Arts will improve your child's attention span, concentration skills and confidence, giving them a head start in life and a brighter future.
Through expert Mixed Martial Art tuition and positive reinforcement, our award-winning instructors instill in children a respect for parents, teachers, law and order, as well as leadership skills and the ability to say 'no' to unhealthy peer pressure.
As a parent, you will witness dramatic and immediate changes in your child's everyday approach to life. In early life, children are very impressionable. Being bullied at an early age can have a negative impact a child's development and even affect them as an adult.
The study of Cobra Martial Arts will strengthen your child in mind, body and spirit, enabling them to cope effectively with bullying. You may not realise it, but high achievers are not born, they are made. By joining our team, you can put these skills to work in your child. Not only will your child enjoy the fun and excitement of our positive, upbeat program, but they will develop 'real life' skills.