Kids Programs

Martial arts is not only a great way to get your child active, but also helps build strong positive character. Your child will be able to develop a healthy dose of self-esteem and learn skills such as humility, respect for others, discipline, and focus. At Trifecta Martial Arts we offer stringently tailored Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu programs for children and teens. Contact us to enroll your child for a trial class now! 

 
 
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POWERTOTS (3-5yrs)  (BJJ./TKD)

Introduces young children to the fundamentals of martial arts by incorporating Taekwondo and Brazilian Jiujiutsu, and gymnastics in age-appropriate drills and games, that will improve their motor and cognitive skills. The Powertots program also encourages children to work with their peers and coaches to develop mutual respect and other social skills.

 
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T-KIDS TAEKWONDO (6-12 yrs)

Singapore’s leading martial arts program for children. This innovative and challenging program is designed to impart solid fundamental skills while developing a positive attitude in children.

 
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BJJ KIDS (5 – 16 yrs) (Levels 1 & 2)

At Trifecta, martial arts is the medium through which we impart crucial life skills such as self-discipline, respect for others and perseverance. Through a structured and innovative curriculum, the primary objectives of our BJJ program are to teach children how to protect themselves and develop a love for the martial art Our kids BJJ classes are split into age- and level-specific classes, with an optimal 5:1 student to instructor ratio. Small class sizes with no-more than ten students ensure that each child receives personalised attention and structured instruction.

 
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TEENKWONDO (13-16 yrs) 

Our competition-based program that challenges young adults to exceed their expectations, with the guidance and support of our expert team of coaches. Teens can choose to take a holistic approach towards learning the complete martial art or choose to focus on particular competitive aspects, such as poomsae (forms) or kyorugi (sparring).