TapOut Academy Kids

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TapOut Kids

Many studies show that children who participate in Martial Arts are more inclined to have an increased level of confidence, discipline and self awareness than kids who don’t.

Our TapOut kids prove this time and time again!  They excel in most aspects of their lives, are not prone to bullying and do exceptionally well representing TapOut in all the competitions they enter.

The TapOut Kids program is run by ‘Coach Caz’ Cassim Binks and focuses on Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.  Children are allowed to play and have fun while they learn and master the skills of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in a safe and friendly environment.  Classes help them develop and improve on a wide range of motor skills, problem solving abilities as well as self defense skills.  TapOut Kids regularly compete and do exceptionally well in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournaments.  These competitions are optional and only children who want to compete do so, but all skill levels are welcome to compete – even beginners.

Coach Caz has an incredible gift for working with our kids, making them feel good about themselves, teaching them to win and lose with honor and always to display good sportsmanship.

To give your child something that money can’t buy, enroll them with TapOut Kids today!

Class Information:

The first lesson is FREE.
Classes are open to children between the ages of 5 and 12.

TapOut Kids Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes take place on Friday’s from 16.30 to 18.30 and Saturdays from 08.30 to 10.30. Kids can attend either one or both classes at the same fee.

Class fees are R 400.00 per month and are payable in advance for the month.
To book your child’s place in the class, contact us HERE.

What to wear & bring:

Kids can wear any comfortable clothing – shorts, t-shirts etc.  We practice Gi and no-Gi BJJ so a Gi is not a necessity initially, but if you would like to purchase one, you can do so from us at a later stage.
Bring a bottle of water and your camera!

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