have been doing Mighty Mites for 3 months now and my 5 year old daughter is loving it. It really engroses and involves children physically and mentally. It also builds physical confidence, co ordination & Strength. I encourage all parents to check it out.
Georgie Parker. Actress
I want Olivia to learn Martial Arts for the following reasons: improve her fitness, increase her self confidence, learn a useful life skill, be able to defend herself if necessary, improve her motivation to achieve goals.
Archer has taken so much from his time with you…particularly the grading day…and put it to good use. Even at such a young age it has reinforced an understanding in control and the thought behind his actions. Something our young folk with so much energy need. Thankyou for your time during our stay and for allowing us to participate. We will see you when next in Sydney.
Lisa Mc Cune. Actress
The classes themselves provide the children with skills, exercise, values and understanding. By becoming increasingly more difficult, the children also learn about commitment and the rewards that are gained from dedication.
Thank you Andy (and all your instructors) for providing these opportunities for my boys!
After boring years in gyms, at last I enjoy exercise again. World-class instructors running an uncompromising, relevant martial arts/self defence training with a “hit the wall” cardio and strength workout. If it were no more, it would be worth doing. But Shinbudo goes deeper, teaching self knowledge, self control and zen awareness.
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