SuperKids Karate: The Best Martial Art & Life Skills for Children: Call 860 233 3000

NO CLASS JULY 4, HAPPY 4th! SuperKids Karate & Jiu Jitsu Childrens martial art classes moved just down the street to our SUMMER TRAINING location at 269 South Quaker Lane in behind Joeys Pizza. We built a tiny Japanese Village to enjoy traditional martial arts training behind the building with an outdoor training area. Please come during class to observe and try a class. Kids love it… parents love it… teachers love it too! Super Kids Karate 860 888-3515



Morning CAMP: Monday through Saturday 9:00AM to 12 Noon
Afternoon Class: Monday through Thursday 4:45 & :5:30 Classes

“Superkids Karate has brought a new sence of accomplishment to my daughter and structure and focus to my son. I would highly recommend his classes.”     -Tracy A.

What makes our programs different from other karate schools?

We are uniquely qualified to provide such services.

The Founder of SuperKids Academy Jim have worked with children for years, Jim Hughes, is a Masters Level and Licensed Clinician with post graduate training at the Jung Institute Child Studies Program and a Faculty Member of the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Our team has the depth and experience that you can count on!!!

How do I get my child started?

The best thing you can do is give us a call 860 233 3000 to set up your child’s Introductory Lesson. This includes: A Private Lesson – This will give you a chance to see for yourself how we will bring out the best in your child. In just 20 minutes your child will receive:

    • The Importance of Focus – The ability to block out distractions and concentrate on one thing at a time. But be aware – you may not be prepared for the level of attention your child is capable of.
    • The Quality of Respect – The act of showing kindness and courtesy to other people. Your child will learn not only when and where to demonstrate respect, but how. You will be amazed at how fast your child’s listening skills and manners will sky-rocket at home and school.
    • 3 Self-Defense Techniques – 3 basic movements and a solemn agreement about appropriate practice and usage.

Your Child’s Personal Development is our priority. We use the time-tested structure of the martial arts to develop the best in your child. We offer the personnal attention and we build on success, and encourage your child to use these valuable lessons everyday at school and at home.

“From focusing, to goal setting, to self discipline, to self-respect — kids emerge from this program changed for the better. And their parents couldn’t be happier.”

The need and the benefits of physical education:

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Check out this article written by Kyle about benefits of exercise for children. The need and the benefits of physical education: Physical inactivity is recognized as one of the most substantial health problems in the United States and has been shown to be related to chronic disease such as heart disease, type II diabetes, and hypertension (Dobbins et al, 2009). Heart disease, type II diabetes and hypertension has been well documented in the adult and older adult populations but until recently was not considered to be a childhood problem. Now,...

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Royce Gracie Jiu-Jitsu: The Importance of Preparation By Daniel R.

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Did you know that Royce Gracie Jiu Jitsu coach Paul Bratslavsky is a professor at the University of Connecticut assisting Jim Hughes in teaching Gracie Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and MMA? We are proud of our college students. Below is a great example the good work they do learning self defense. Title: Royce Gracie Jiu-Jitsu: The Importance of Preparation. By Daniel R. Gracie Jiu Jitsu emerged when Helio Gracie, a man who was considered too small to participate in martial arts, decided to create his own form of jiu jitsu. His new form relied not on...

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Check out this Article on Benefits of Martial Arts

Posted by on Dec 9, 2010 in Blog | 0 comments

We enjoyed this Article From Parenting Magazine. It talks about some of the great benefits your children will experience by taking Karate class: “With a bloodcurdling cry, your 6-year-old leaps into the air in a karate kick, raising your hair and blood pressure simultaneously. Before you panic and pad the walls, try channeling this urge into a martial arts class. Activities like tae kwon do, kung fu, and aikido are a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. Some parents may think they also promote violence, but...

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