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little cobras

little cobras
at the
seung-ni studio

Little Cobras is a martial arts class structured explicitly to build resilient, athletic and disciplined kids!  Taekwondo kicks, punches, blocks and explosive movement is the foundation for this exciting program. 

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Little Cobras will be introduced in a positive controlled environment to partner-based training drills.  They will learn teamwork, patience and the correct way to embrace competition.  And, with a focus on creating powerful martial art athletes the students will be challenged with fun mat awareness skills like vaulting, rolls and breakfalls


During bully defense training they will learn how to proactively stop aggression without violence and to use their body language, a purposeful voice and confidence to nullify bullies.  This mental side of self defense training will be complemented with hand to hand techniques drawn from not only Taekwondo but also the martial arts of Hapkido, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and Wrestling.  Little Cobras are taught the strongest weapon they possess is their brain and that their self defense moves are only to be used as a last resort.


As a powerful learning environment prior to entering Child Taekwondo Class (where they begin working towards their junior black belt), Little Cobras will delve into the traditional side of martial arts.  They will practice Taekwondo patterns, learn Korean terminology and the old fashion rules of a martial arts studio such as bowing upon entering the training area, meditation to calm their breathing and saying “yes sir” and “yes ma’am” to black belt instructors.  The dojang is the perfect arena to learn the essential respect for oneself, parents and others.

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Bjj training prepares kids for positively managing stress

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Bjj training builds a strong body & strong mind.

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Bjj training makes kids bully proof

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Bjj training creates essential balance in a digital world

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bjj kids are resilient


Nancy B., Tyler's Mom

Joining the kids bjj class has changed Tyler's life. He had tried all the sports and never found one for him. The instructors are super patient and positive. Could not be more pleased as a parent.

Greg W., Olivia's Dad

Olivia started bjj at Seung-ni because her cousin was doing it down in Ohio. What an awesome experience it has been! Her self-esteem has sky rocketed.  

Hank A., Jacob's Grandpa

I had done martial arts as a young man growing up. And always appreciated the skills it taught me. Wanted that for my  grandson Jacob. He can't wait to go to class every week.   


1. When does the class meet? Monday and Wednesday from 6:30-7:45pm

2. How much does it cost? Students can train either once or twice a week. The once a week membership is $77 / month and the twice a week membership is $97 / month.

3. How old does my child have to be to start Bjj?  The class is generally for children ages 7 and up.

4. Will training in Bjj make my child aggressive? Just the opposite is true.  Here, children learn how to be kind, polite and patient.  And, that martial art techniques are never to be used in anger but only a tool to build their bodies and for self defense.

5. Can my child be successful in Bjj even if they are not very athletic?  Yes, most definitely.   Martial arts is a great opportunity for kids who just never click in team sports.  Bjj develops many of the underlying components of athleticism like coordination, balance and agility thus creating new physical skills and confidence.

6. How do we get started?  Take advantage of our Free Intro Class Offer.

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Free Introductory Class Offer

Great, so what happens next???

1. Just fill out the quick form below or give us a call at 932-4300.

2. One of our instructors will email or call you to schedule the FREE introductory bjj class for your child.

3. Please try to arrive 10 minutes early so that you can meet the staff and fill out a new visitor form.  We will get your child set up with a loaner gi (woven cotton jacket and pants) to train with.  They should wear comfortable athletic clothing (t-shirt and shorts).  No other preparation -- just come, learn and have fun!


4. A beginning student is always paired up with a student who is more experienced so that they can learn at their own pace and they will patiently help guide them through their first class. 


Just fill out and submit for Free BJJ Intro Class

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