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Meiji Mighty Children's Program

Caricatures of the Meiji Martial Arts instructors
Interior of St. John's Wood, Meiji Martial Arts Dojo

What is the Meiji Mighty Children's Program?

Our Meiji Mighty Children's Program is to motivate every child and to give them the belief and confidence that they can achieve anything they put their minds to.

Our Martial arts Instructors teach the children life lessons and skills that will help them in the real world. This is done through the children learning how to defend themselves from bullies, and how to introduce themselves politely to adults. It helps them improve their demeanour, and the ways they tackle obstacles and challenges.

  • Little Panthers (4-6yrs)
  • Junior Panthers (7-10yrs)
  • Teenagers (11-14yrs)

10 Key Benefits

There are many benefits for children when they join our Meiji Mighty Children's Programme, but here are the 10 key ones:

  1. Build their self-esteem and self-confidence.
  2. Improve their physical fitness / health.
  3. Become more respectful towards others.
  4. Learn teamwork and unity through training challenges and team games.
  5. Improve their motor skills.
  6. Improve their social skills through interaction with children their own age.
  7. Increase their focus / concentration.
  8. Become more responsible.
  9. Improve performance in school, home, and sports.
  10. Learn how to avoid conflict and how to defend themselves.

View & DownloadCurriculum & Belt Gradings

Close up of our Kickboxing Curriculum & Belt Grading

Children's Group Kickboxing and Martial Arts Classes

Meiji Martial Arts is delighted to be able to offer Children's Group Kickboxing and Martial Arts Classes.

Our Children's Group classes are available at our central London dojos now, subject to goverment guidelines. To find out more please email us at or call us on (+44) 0207 586 5880 if you prefer.

Jiu Jitsu Children's Programme

Jiu Jitsu is a non-aggressive set of techniques which remove fear. Very quickly, children come to realise they can deal with a situation without apprehension. They learn how to turn a disadvantage into a dominant one, while having fun. This builds confidence, bonhomie and camaraderie.

It may surprise you to know that I don't publish a syllabus. But there is a positive reason for this. I regard each child as an individual. Consequently, with Jiu Jitsu, it's important that each has a syllabus of their own. In other words, I adjust my teaching to ensure that every student develops at their own, unique pace. This is complemented by a wide range of belts and belt-stripes, ensuring that every individual can regularly mark a new achievement.

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

The physical skills you acquire with Meiji Kickboxing may qualify as part of your entry. Check with your DofE Leader.

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award further information