We recently reviewed our pricing. Why? Just didn't like the feel of $15 a week for baby classes. Our whole gambit here is getting kids on the mats and getting them keen to become good grapplers and even better people, so we want the pricing to be sustainable as possible. And we wanted to add a little concession for those parents lugging along a mini grappler under each arm, so there you go. $9.50 for one, $5.50 for the second (thats 57.894736842 % off your second child!)
A Damn circus:
Warming up - kids running around in circles and pretending to be animals?
Grappling games with adults - kids crawling all over their parents laughing and carrying on.
5 minute group game - kids having so much fun they don’t want to go home
Seriously beneficial physical activity:
We're burning off energy, releasing aggression, fostering bonding and trust, teaching children around boundaries and consent, increasing resilience and grittiness, and even making your kid smarter! Have a read of some of the benefits:
Uhhhhhhhhhh is this just play fighting couldn’t I just do this at home for free?
Yes and we encourage you to do that. In addition our class is highly structured and safe, we have state of the art mats and equipment, we have a friendly community environment, with other parents and kids just like you, multiplying the benefits and fun. As well as this, the 3-5 program is a perfect lead into our 6+ Jiu Jitsu course, so you'll be getting your kid into routine to become a future grappling champion.
Do I really want my kid to be a grappling superstar? I don’t want them to bully others.
When children wrestle and roughhouse in a safe environment, under a productive ruleset, they’re displaying their inner power, not power over others. Accessing that feeling of inner power is essential for children. It teaches them that they have the power to control their impulses, speak their mind and set healthy boundaries
Seems rough, is it only for boys?
Girls often get the message not to be aggressive or angry, but when they roughhouse, they can access a forcefulness they’re usually told not to have. That sense of power is healthy. It’s not male or female. It’s human.
Should I be encouraging my little boy to fight? He’s already pretty rough!
Boys, especially, can benefit. From an early age, boys get messages that there are two types of touch: aggressive and sexual. Wrestling shows them that there’s a world of healthy touch in between.
What do we wear?
Kids can wear their normal kid clothes. Adults please don’t wear anything that can rip easily. Active wear or shorts and T shirt is good. No damn shoes on our mats - slides are advisable to take on and off easily
Do the parents have to attend?
All kids will need an adult or guardian with them. This class has been specifically designed for parent / child.
I have twins this isn’t fair!
Hey this is frequently asked questions not frequently asked statements! Really though, we’re so sorry. Cam is also a twin dad so he fully understands. You’ll be able to borrow a coach or bring another parent or work something out, just bring your little twins it’s going to be all good.
My kid is too young / too old / are they too this / are they too that?
Get in touch with us and we will sort it out.
Do you take sports vouchers?
Timetable? Pricing? Who are you guys? What is this? Where am I?
We got you fam:
Of course you do. Message us on facebook (bottom of this page). Or you can email us at email@example.com
Thanks, we'll be in touch! If you want to sign up in the meantime, you can do that too. Your place in our class is reserved