3 years old! With our experience in teaching at preschools Martial Arts programs our instructors are more than capable of teaching 3-6 year olds of all different personalities.
When is the best time to get started?
At Progress Martial Arts we have a 52 week curriculum and do not work in terms (for e.g. school terms) which means that you can start at any time. Everybody begins as a white belt, learning the basic fundamentals and improving with each and every lesson.
What should i wear on my first class?
On your first class you should wear comfortable sports clothing and bottle of water. Jewelry should be taken off where possible and hair should be kept neat and tidy. All equipment is supplied by us. Please come a few minutes before arranged class time.
Do all ages train together?
No, at Progress Martial Arts we accommodate your child with our age specific classes to get the best out of your child.
What Programs do you offer at your clubs?
Mini Rangers which is for 3-6 year olds and Martial Rangers which is for 7-13 year olds.
How do charge?
Packages from only $19.99 per week
Where are you Located?
40 Waterview Blvd, Craigieburn ( Aitken Hill Community Centre )
Are your instructors qualified?
We are fully accredited by the Australian Sports Commission( NCAS ), Black belt Master Instructor certified by the Kukkiwon – World Taekwondo Headquarters and international coaching accreditation by World Taekwondo Federation and all staff have working with children checks and First Aid Certificates.
What are the benefits of your program?
Character development, Moral development, Physical development all while learning Martial Arts Self Defense in a fun and family friendly environment
Are parents allowed to watch the children train?
Many martial arts clubs don’t allow parents to watch their child train, we believe that when parents are watching the children they will see the progress and it will motivate the child.
How long will it take my child to get to black belt?
At Progress we teach your child specific techniques and movements for each belt colour, they will then get assessed on it every 3 months
As your child increases in belt rank the techniques get more challenging.
Will this Martial arts program trigger violence in my child?
Our program is designed to promote respect, discipline, and self-control. Instructors are constantly preaching “keep your hands and feet to yourself “ to all the children
What type of martial Arts do you teach?
Progress Martial Arts is Taekwondo based, and we wisely select and incorporate various realistic and useful techniques from other Martial Arts such as Karate, Kung Fu, Boxing, Kickboxing and Hapkido.