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Our kid’s martial arts class teaches them to show respect by treating others kindly and how they would want to be treated.


To focus means to concentrate and block out all distractions. At Warrior Silat, this is a common part of our training by always focusing on hitting our targets and not getting easily distracted.


Developing self-discipline is extremely important. This is why we have all of our kids understand that they must control their feelings and overcome any weaknesses they may face.


When learning self-defense it is important to always teach confidence. We believe confidence is shown by believing in yourself. When a child believes in themselves they are able to conquer a lot of the challenges they may face in life.

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    What to Expect

    Your child will learn self-defense skills in each class. Classes include physical exercise, which will increase your child’s physical strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. Each one-hour class has time set aside for meditation and a mat chat. During mat chat, we impart wisdom and expectations to your child regarding values, discipline, safety, and other topics. The kid’s martial arts class ranges from 6 to 14 years old.

    Kids Martial Arts in springfield
    Kids Martial Arts in Springfield

    Improving Focus

    Warrior Silat provides a structured and disciplined environment that improves focus.  In time, your child should demonstrate better listening skills and attention.  Focus is an important life skill that leads to higher success rated in almost all activities, particularly school work.

    Teaching Respect

    Discipline helps youth to respect others.  It is also important that they understand why they should respect others.  The Kid’s martial arts curriculum engrains the understanding of respect, especially for parents and authority figures.  Self-respect is attained by understanding personal worth, which in turn builds self-confidence.

    Creating Safer Kids

    Safety isn’t accidental.  Kids need practice at awareness.  Kids need verbal skills to deal with bullies.  Kids need to know where to draw the line when dealing with strangers.  Kids need to understand inappropriate touching and what to do about it.  All of these topics are an important part of Warrior Silat