Preschoolers Capoeira

Mini/Preschoolers Capoeira

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Give your kids a head start & awaken their senses early.

In this 45-minute class, kids work on coordination, balance, attention span, social skills and rhythm through fun Capoeira games and exercises. Parents are welcome to participate with their children in the activities. Classes are held in a safe and friendly environment with safety equipment and musical instruments. Ages 3-5.

F.A.Q.

How old does my child need to be to start Capoeira?
– In our Mini Capoeira classes we accept children from ages 3-5. In Kids Capoeira, 6+.

What does the class consist of?
– Mini Capoeira is a 45 minute class where children will develop their coordination, balance, attention span, social skills and rhythm through fun Capoeira games and exercises. Parents are welcome to participate with their children in the activites. Classes are held in a safe and friendly environment with safety equipment and musical instruments.

When and where are the classes held?

Mini kids classes are every Tuesday, 5:30pm at The Solarium in Decatur:

321 W Hill St., Decatur GA 30030

Why learn Capoeira?

The involvement with Capoeira awakens the musical, physical, artistic and creative sides of the children who practice in this art form. Capoeira is one of the best ways for children to develop mind, body and strength. In addition to the benefits above, Capoeira helps to build a strong and positive character and personality through self-expression in a fun and playful environment.

Mestre Fran has been working with children for over 30 years teaching them Capoeira, Music, Brazilian Portuguese and traditional Brazilian Dances.

Benefits for Children

 

Physical & Health Education
– Valuable self-defense skills
– Cardio-vascular fitness
– Complete body training
– Improves motor coordination
– Increases flexibility through stretching and breathing exercises
– Improves stamina
– Weight management
– Learn healthy eating habits

Multi-Cultural Education
– Introduction to the Portuguese language
– Exposure to new cultural ideas, foods and traditions
– Brazilian history
– Exposure to traditional dances, songs and music

Social and Emotional Health
– Increases self-esteem
– Builds character
– Improves anger management skills
– Builds self-confidence
– Teaches patience, self-discipline and respect
– Builds a sense of community
– Increases attention
– Learn goal-setting skills

Music Education
– Learn to play musical instruments
– Singing
– Learning traditional musical rhythms
– Dance skills

 

Mini Kids learning the 6 things to be a good capoeirista!!

Respect your parents, Respect your teachers, Discipline, Eat Fruits & Vegetables, Sleep Early and Learn Portuguese!