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In these guitar classes you will learn music fundamentals in exciting and challenging ways to build confidence and well-rounded ability. These fundamentals include notes, scales, intervals and chords. You will learn techniques such as body position, finger positioning and proper form. You will learn different guitar styles, such as strumming, plucking and using a pick. By the end of the period, you will be able to pick up any guitar, anytime, and play songs or improvise with knowledge, confidence and technique.
Tiny Tots is a fun beginning gymnastics class for kids ages 3-4 to get them moving! We will be focusing on building coordination, listening skills, and introducing basic gymnastics skills and body shapes. The class will be around 35 minutes long and is equivalent to Tiny Tots 1 and Tiny Tots 2 levels that are usually offered in person.
Our online youth gymnastics will help students build strength and flexibility to learn some basic movements and skills in gymnastics. We will be introducing different exercises, stretches, body shapes, and basic gymnastics skills. We will be introducing drills to help them develop skills such as forward rolls, handstands, and cartwheels.
This 45 minutes class focuses on getting youth dancers to be more familiar with hip hop dance techniques. Kids will learn fun and engaging steps to music and understand body awareness.
This class covers the basics of weapons used in traditional Okinawan karate. Students will be introduced to the stances and hand movements used to effectively use a wooden staff (bo). It is advised that students participate outside with a staff or wooden dowel about the height of the student. This class is meant for students with at least 2 academic quarters of traditional Okinawan karate.
This class is most suitable for students with at least three terms of beginning Okinawan Karate experience. Stationary and moving basics (kihon) for blocks, strikes, and kicks as well as a variety of stances are taught and improved. The basics are applicable to more advanced traditional Okinawan karate forms (kata).
This class is open to students of all levels. The focus of the class is on the fundamentals of traditional Okinawan karate with an emphasis on improving coordination between stances and hand movements, as well as balance and reaction time. Standing and moving basics (kihon) including blocks, strikes, and kicks are taught that can be applied to forms (kata) and sparring (kumite).
The Junior Triton Club is an exclusive membership for children in eighth grade or younger designed to provide an engaging experience for young Tritons. As a member, you will encounter the excitement of UC San Diego Athletics, have unique opportunities to interact with student-athletes, meet other young fans, and of course HAVE FUN!!!