Martial Arts Coordination 2

Martial Arts Coordination 2

Activity Description

English

Coordination - learning to keep your body under control.

Body control, being able to distinguish between left and right, letting the body do what the brain demands: all of these things fall under the term coordination. Studies show that school performance is largely related to motor skills, meaning that children who learn Martial Arts at an early age have an advantage over other children in school.  Sensitivity of motor function play a decisive and important role in our "Martial Arts Coordination". With seemingly small exercises like standing on one leg, balancing on a beam, or working with a partner, children can help to improve their motor skills and eye-hand coordination. The aim is to support the natural development of coordination and to increase an interest in Martial Arts such as Judo, Strong kids or Taekwondo. Judo suits can be purchased from Pia Van Thurenhout if required.

German

Koordination – Lernen seinen Körper unter Kontrolle zu halten

Seinen Körper beherrschen, links und rechts unterscheiden können, den Körper das machen lassen was das Gehirn verlangt: all das kann man unter dem großen Überbegriff Koordination zusammenfassen.

Studien belegen, dass schulische Leistungen in hohem Maße mit den motorischen Fähigkeiten zusammenhängen! Das bedeutet dass Kinder, die schon im frühen Alter Kampfkunst erlernen, einen Vorteil gegenüber anderen Kindern in der Schule haben.

Motorisches Feingefühl spielt auch in unserem „Martial Arts Coordination“ eine entscheidende und tragende Rolle. Mit scheinbar kleinen Übungen wie auf einem Bein stehen, das Gleichgewicht auf einer Pratze halten oder die Zusammenarbeit mit einem Partner können Kindern helfen ihre Feinmotorik und ihre Augen-Hand-Koordination ausschlaggebend zu verbessern. Ziel bei den Kindern ist die natürliche Entwicklung der Koordination zu unterstützen und zu fördern und zugleich einen Einstieg in den Kampfsport wie Judo, Strong Kids oder Taekwondo zu erlangen. Judoanzüge können bei Bedarf bei Pia Van Thurenhout erworben werden.

 

Introducing the Teachers

Carina Neupert and Pia Van Thurenhout are both athletes of the German National Team Ju-Jutsu /Fighting.

Carina is a physiotherapist. She is three-time World Championship winner, winner of the World Combat Games, twice European Champion and two times 3rd place at the World Games in Ju-Jutsu. In addition, she is successful head-coach of team Bavaria. She has the second Dan Ju-Jutsu.

In 2016 Pia reached the 5th place at the World Championships and vice-champion at Paris Open in Ju-Jutsu. She also fights Judo for the 2nd national league. She has the second Dan in Judo and the first Dan in Ju-Jutsu. She works as a teacher for the subjects’ sports, English and German.

Both have a training-license and are experienced working with children

Both instructors are looking forward to training with your kids.

Activity Details

Day Tuesday
Time 16:00  to 
Topic Sports
Grade P1
Spoken Language English, German
Location
School Modular Building
Praunheimer Weg 126, 60439 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
School Modular Building
Room Modular Building Sports Room
Teacher Van Thurenhout, Pia / Neupert, Carina
Available Places 1
Maximum Participants 16
Minimum Participants 14
Cost €12.00 per lesson
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Venue Information - School Modular Building

Classrooms, sports room and canteen inside the Modular Building

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