Premium KIDS Class Trial (1st~6th Grade)
"What's it like to practice Aikido?" "Is the teacher nice?"
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If you're wondering whether Aikido practice will be fun, if it's possible for your elementary school-aged child to do, or to continue once they've started to practice, the easiest way to get these answers is to have your child join one of our trial lessons. Our premium children's classes are designed to let Elementary school children learn martial arts in a truly fun and enjoyable way, and we have added many different ways to learn through play into our practices. Through our children's classes, your child will learn not only the martial arts techniques but also how to improve their balance and inner muscles at the same time. Through our practice, students will naturally build a relationship of trust with other students in class as well as their teachers and acquire an understanding of basic etiquette (reigi). As a first step, we'd like to welcome your elementary school-aged child to participate in an a trial lesson, and if they're interested in continuing after that experience, we will be happy to have them join our Dojo. We look forward to seeing your child at one of our trial lessons! What to bring: Something to drink and a towel What to wear: Please wear clothes that are comfortable for exercise (like a school gym uniform). Please note, we do have separate men's and women's changing room, so it is OK to change there. Terms of participation • Participation in the event will be decided on a first-come, first-served basis. • If the name, age, phone number, etc. of the application are falsely declared, participation will be canceled. • If the participant is under the age of 18, he / she will participate with the consent of his / her guardian. • The event organizer is not responsible for any injuries or other accidents during the event. Also, if a participant injures another participant, etc., please resolve it between the parties. • Those who participate in this event will be responsible for paying attention to their own health condition. Each participant confirms that they do not have heart disease or other illnesses. Participants agree to participate in the event at their own risk and are themselves fully responsible for any case of injury, illness, accident, loss, etc. during the event.