Mighty Min's Program (ages 4-6) | Grand Master K. H. Min Taekwondo

Mighty Min's Program (ages 4-6)

Mighty Min's Program (ages 4-6)

Our Mighty Min's program is arguably the most popular class we have here, and it is most definitely the cutest class you will ever see. This high energy class has high kicks, strong punches, and the loudest "HAI-YAH'S" in YEG. In this class you will find your mix of kids who are shy and here to gain confidence, and kids who have an abundance of confidence and here to channel their energy in a positive and constructive way.

In our Mighty Min's program, we teach our little ninjas about safety, stranger awareness and how to get out of difficult situations involving strangers. Even though they are pint sized humans, we show our Mighty Min's how to increase their energy to avoid being victimized. Their Martial Arts pathway starts early for them and likely the best program for them to attend at this age as its not only about exercise, its about teaching them how to discipline their minds and bodies at a young age. How to apply self-discipline in times they would rather not. And most importantly teach them to use the confidence they have gained in Martial Arts to do good things in their lives. Our goal is to ensure that good behaviour, laughter, self-discipline, and acts of kindness are habitual in their lives. We get to mold them young so parents can have peace-of-mind as they grow older into young adults.

Although most of the training is physical, the greatest transformation is happening both mentally and spiritually. And children with strong core values early on do amazing things in their lives!

Here are some of the highlights of this class:

  • Focused energy
  • Learning to control moods
  • Helping energetic kids burn their energy into disciplined, useful learning
  • Helping shy or quiet kids find their voice
  • Gaining confidence around others
  • Working hard and having fun
  • Learning basics of Self-Defense
  • Learning importance of stranger awareness
  • Dealing with conflict
  • Treating others with respect
  • Respect towards our parents
  • Learning that active bodies are healthy bodies
  • Learning boundaries
  • Finding your voice