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Looking for something engaging to do with your kids at home?  Have you ever wanted to give your kids the benefits of Martial Arts? Udemy has just what you need to offer your kids the benefits of learning self-defense and all of its basic principles. Udemy is a pioneer in the concept of offering the instructional benefits of teaching kids the Martial Arts self defense lessons of Shou Shu' through Massive Open Online Classroom (MOOC). Here's how to teach martial arts self-defense to your kids.

Thank you to the promotional team from Martial Arts for Kids for the courtesy of sponsoring this editorial content by providing access to this course.

Here's How to Teach Martial Arts Self Defense to Your Kids

The perks of enrolling kids in Martial Arts for Kids instructional course through Udemy includes access to lessons online in the privacy of your own home according to your schedule and availability 24/7, eliminating the need to travel or juggle the coordination of multiple schedules. While participating in instruction through a MOOC, you are able to see exactly what your child is learning and interactively assess their growth and development through personal observation. Learning styles as well as instructional styles vary greatly and while progressing through the course lessons at your child's comfort level and pace, the learning environment is prime for optimum skill mastery and comprehension.

Udemy's Martial Arts for Kids course is led by instructors Phil and Liz Weaver, masters of over 20 years of teaching the art of Shou Shu'. Enrollment in their course provides 15 lessons totaling over 2 hours of instructional content and lifetime access to the course content online.
Udemy Course Description - The Web's First Martial Arts for Kids MOOC (Massive Open Online Classroom).

Although the primary benefit of training in the system is self defense children will also gain in other areas. Such as:

Respect - They will learn the protocols and meanings of these protocols. These are designed to teach respect for oneself and others.

Discipline - Our martial arts instruction is inspiring. Children will be inspired to work hard and will thereby naturally develop self discipline.

Physical Fitness - Classes are energetic. Kids will get lots of exercise.

Coordination - Shou' Shu' develops coordination. Especially due to that large amount of cross lateral motions. Cross lateral motions have been shown to enhance learning. Especially helpful for kids with ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia or similar.

Anti-Bullying - Kids will learn to understand how to prevent bullying as well as determining threat level and appropriate responses.

Fun - classes your child is sure to enjoy!

The program includes 13 lessons and a handbook.

"We've been teaching the self defense art of Shou' Shu' Kung Fu professionally since 1995. We pioneered the teaching of children in this art. Having perfected the teaching system over the last 19 years we are now bringing the experience online. The scarcity of martial arts schools teaching a self defense art (in contrast to a sport karate) has prompted us to develop this online curriculum. Making it available in the convenience of your home."
                                                                          - Phil & Liz

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