Baby Karaté

Le cours de Baby karaté s’adresse aux enfants ayant entre 4 et 6 ans.

A l’aide de jeux et d’exercices simples, on leur fait travailler des techniques simples de karaté.

Cela leur permet de développer leur coordination, leur équilibre, leur tonus musculaire, la latéralisation (gauche/droite) et à se situer dans l’espace. De plus, ils sont laxes et souples à cet âge, ce qui est atout au karaté.

Les enfants apprennent à travailler tous ensemble ou deux par deux. Peu à peu ils prennent confiance en eux et s’habituent à suivre des règles de vie en groupe.

Les cours :

Ils sont donnés par Serge LEPROVOST (CN 2ème dan, BEE) et Gérald TOUZOT (CN 4ème dan, DIF) ont lieu :

  • le lundi de 17h45 à 18h30

  • le jeudi de 17h45 à 18h30

 Fête du club juin (2016)

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Groupe Baby Karaté (juin 2015)

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