Dragons on fire at Wymondham
Wymondham's popular traditional Korean martial arts school, Kuk Sool Won, are delighted to announce the opening of their Little Dragons Club.This is for children aged five to eight inclusive and they train at the Wymondham Leisure Centre every Friday evening at 7pm.
Wymondham's popular traditional Korean martial arts school, Kuk Sool Won, are delighted to announce the opening of their Little Dragons Club.
This is for children aged five to eight inclusive and they train at the Wymondham Leisure Centre every Friday evening at 7pm.
The Little Dragons are instructed by CRB-checked instructors in a raft of age-specific topics including: martial art drills, physical and mental development activities, confidence building, discipline and respect towards others, life and safety skills, co-ordination, concentration and agility in a fun and safe environment.
The head instructor at the Kuk Sool Won School Chris Winter said: “Many parents report improvements in behaviour, confidence and school grades from their children involved in our martial arts school. We teach these valuable skills by channelling their energy in a positive manner.”
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If you would like the opportunity for your child to train with the Little Dragons then you can visit the leisure centre any Friday evening at 7pm for a free introductory session or to view a class.
The school also has beginner lesson in their cadet classes for nine to 15s and the seniors at 16+, these classes specialise in fitness, self-defence, confidence building and traditional martial arts. Call Chris on 01603 881376.
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