A Family The Kicks Together, Sticks Together

Family / All Ages Program

As life gets busier every day, our family classes help to keep families together and connected.

Do You Want to Develop a Strong Unbreakable Bond

Between You and Your Family?

Suitable for ages 5 and up to adult, these classes teach the full Choi Kwang Do curriculum in a safe, family-friendly environment. This session enables all members of the family to train, have fun and learn together at the one time while reaping the benefits of better health and physical fitness.

The CKD curriculum is safe for young, developing bodies, yet physically challenging for adults while giving all age groups essential, easy to learn self-defence skills.


One of my favorite parenting quotes is that “more is caught, than taught”- meaning that your children will learn much more about health, fitness, discipline, and focus if they see you doing it alongside them, not just telling them about it.

Although you CAN take classes with your children, many adults choose to blow off steam with our teen and adult programs!

MARTIAL ARTS TEACHES
LIFE SKILLS
  • Strong Family Bond
  • High Goal-Setting
  • Respect & Self-Confidence

Teamwork & Social Skills

Social interaction teaches kids how to effectively work as part of a team.

Physical Fitness

Martial arts helps improve coordination and is an excellent form of exercise.

Build Healthy Habits

Building healthy habits early on can help prevent obesity and diabetes later in life.

Learn Goal-Setting Skills

Belt testing provides an excellent exercise for kids in learning how to set and achieve goals. Their self-esteem will continue to rise with each accomplishment as they watch their hard work pay off.

Improve Focus and Self-Control

Complex physical activities such as martial arts have proven to strengthen the brain’s neural networks, helping kids improve their focus and self-control. This can be especially beneficial for kids with ADD/ADHD.

A Strong Sense of Respect

The traditional nature of martial arts teaches kids respect in their classes, whether they are taking a bow or waiting patiently for the next set of instructions. This sense of respect also helps kids improve their grades, while improving their listening skills at home and in school.
What Other Parents Are Saying
  • Laura Lambton-Young

    My son absolutely loves going to Choi Kwang Do. John and Donna are amazing and have made my son feel so comfortable and welcome from the moment he started. Would recommend to everyone! - read all reviews
  • Angela Busst Adagra

    My 5 year old daughter wanted to try martial arts and she loves this. The people are lovely and encouraging. - read all reviews
  • Chloe Gibson

    Very excepting of all ages and exercise ability. Have been having lots of fun here. - read all reviews
  • Claire Tingay

    We had an awesome class tonight. Sir took us through patterns, kicks and punches giving encouraging advice. We then focused on the correct motion of the double front inward punch, I feel confident ... - read all reviews
  • Ian W.

    My daughter, Emma, convinced me to join Choi Kwang do in September 2016. I had attended a lesson for fathers and enjoyed it immensely. After not exercising AT ALL for well over 20 years my fitness ... - read all reviews
  • Donna Larcom

    A great place to try Choi Kwang Do, great staff and a well set up location- the first few times are free if you want to try it out! - read all reviews
  • A.P.

    Ever since my son started martial arts training, his grades have improved at school, and his behaviour is better at home. I am really impressed at the way he has developed. - read all reviews
  • Jeannette Hume

    This is a great place for kids and adults to learn great sportsmanship and to set goals in life. I am very happy with the staff here they are always pleasant and helpful. - read all reviews
  • T.J.

    No egos or attitudes here. Sound instructional technique coupled with well structured and varied training programs. Martial arts plus life skills/qualities. - read all reviews
  • Chris M.

    My training in Choi Kwang Do started in 2008 when my ability to take part in sports declined, and I had heard CKD could help. Over the previous 10 years, I had suffered back pain and I had gone fro... - read all reviews