2630 W. Main Street, Suite 3, Bozeman, MT

Ages 6 to 8

Isn't that a little young?

Absolutely not! Parents who enroll their children in our Dragons class are often amazed by the results. Not only does our program increase a child's confidence, but it also teaches them techniques to avoid bullying situations and to defend themselves, if necessary.

Skills for Success in Life

Dragons learn valuable life skills such as confidence, courtesy, respect, and self-discipline. Children develop and enhance these life skills as they grow and advance in our program. A positive difference in your child’s attitude and behavior can be expected after just a few classes.

A Healthy Environment

Kids today are constantly exposed to so many distractions that their senses can get overloaded. Increased screen time and a lack of meaningful personal interaction can lead many kids to feel isolated, and a lack of physical activity can lead to health problems. In our class, kids are active and engaged with other students in a fun and friendly environment. This fosters the social development they need to work with others and to do well in school and beyond.

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What Can You Expect From Our Program?

Listening is a fundamental learning skill, regardless of the environment or situation. Taekwondo teaches students to listen on a one-to-one basis as well as in a group and requires them to follow directions in order to advance in rank and skill.
Get Active
Taekwondo gets kids away from their screens and off the sofa, and it encourages them to be more physically active while having fun. Learning a martial art is a workout not only for the body but the mind as well!
Respect is an integral part of martial arts study and practice; demonstrating that respect to instructors and fellow students is hard-wired into our programs. Our goal is that respect will become a habit for our students away from class just as it is in class.
Self-discipline is the ability to follow rules without input from others. Students learn and practice self-discipline in our classes as they take turns, practice patience, learn physical control, and and develop restraint in their behavior.
Social Skills
Students often practice skills in groups or pairs and have to learn how to work with others. This not only teaches them to respect their fellow students but also how to work together to achieve a common goal.
Setting Goals
A goal gives students a roadmap for success, allowing them to see what they want to achieve or where they want to go and the steps they will need to take to get there. Rank tests and competitions give students the opportunity to set and pursue goals and to practice succeeding or failing in a safe, supportive atmosphere.
Conflict Resolution
Our classes teach students how to avoid conflicts and how to manage those conflicts when they do arise. Our school teaches children peaceful, non-violent conflict resolution skills and emphasis than physical altercations must be avoided.
Self-esteem and Confidence
When a child masters a new skill it boosts their confidence and gives them a sense of achievement. Working their way up through the ranks also shows that hard work pays off and that they can be proud of themselves.