no more lazy Saturdays & Sundays
Saturday Public Speaking
4:30 pm-5:30 pm
Learn to speak in front of an audience from an Ontario Certified Teacher with over 15 years of experience in teaching children and youth and adults. David DaltonJames uses techniques garnered from years of teaching drama in the school board, and from his own experience as a performer in Community Theater, and MC at a variety of functions. His unique six-week program focuses on verbal and non-verbal communication abilities that result in students developing self-confidence, social skills, conversation and teamwork skills. The course culminates in a final oration given by the student in front of peers and invited guests.
Saturday Kungfu Class
Kung fu teaches kids to adopt a physically fit lifestyle, provides a productive outlet for burning off their boundless energy, builds their confidence, focus and self-esteem and teaches them how to defend themselves from bullies, should the need arise.
Raising children in the age of video games can be challenging for a parent who understands the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle. Kung fu is a great way to encourage children to trade the ease and comfort of a sedentary lifestyle for a more active one. The Bamboo Kung Fu School children’s martial arts classes, taught at convenient locations in Scarborough and downtown Toronto, introduce boys and girls age 6-12 to a fun, exciting way to stay fit. Children 13 and older are also welcome, and are included in our adult kung fu classes. At Bamboo Kung Fu School we teach Choi Lee Fut kung fu. This style of kung fu integrates more than 100 movements, like short and long-range punches and kicks, which provide a full-body workout and strengthen growing joints and muscles. Kids have fun and make new friends while also developing strong, healthy bodies and essential social skills.
Parents and guardians are encouraged to participate!
2:30 – 3:30 Entry Level
3:45 – 5:15 Intermediate Level
5:15 – 6:15 Advance Leve
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