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Learn Self Defence, Self Confidence and Personality Development in a fun-filled environment.

LBKI holiday program is an all-day fun-filled program. It comprises of Martial Arts training, personality development sessions, anti-bullying tips and self-defence techniques. Through this holiday program, we aim to improve the level of self-confidence, body language, physical strength and self discipline among the participants. A variety of activities are scheduled to keep participants engaged during the sessions. We want to make sure that every participant enjoys the time with us while having a day with full of fun.

The minimum age criteria to register for the program is 8 years. Candidates up to 14 years are welcome to enrol.

Participants will train under qualified martial arts instructors and experienced personal development coach and mentor.

LBKI Holiday Programme offers you a martial arts and personality development training in a fun-filled environment

Highly Trained Staff
Our team members are committed professionals. They are highly trained in how to interact with children to make sure that their time with us is spent awesome.

Increased Confidence
At LBKI, your child will make new friends, explore new activities, and be able to learn valuable tips that help them gain greater confidence and self-esteem.

Details

When: 16th July to 19th July
Time: 9am to 3pm
Where: Bay Roskill Sports Club,
231 Whitney Street, Blockhouse Bay
Age: 8 years to 13 years
Price: $230 for the first child and $215 for each additional child from the same family.

Transport arrangement is available at extra price.

Transport – pickup & drop-off within 10 Km

Register before 10 June and save minimum $30

Until 10 June, we are offering registrations for only $200! Reserve your spot by paying $50 now and the rest before 15th June.

230$ fees during registration
Parents are the target audience
8-13 years kids are the target
Info abt the club
Experience in Karate

What do kids do at LBKI Holiday Programme?

✓ Games and fun exercises
✓ Self Defence Techniques (pair work)
✓ Teamwork Drills
✓ Communication skills development
✓ Body language development
✓ Karate fundamentals (strikes, blocks and movements)
✓ Anti-bullying tips and ways to handle a bullying situation

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