Book a self defence birthday party today and let us entertain and educate your children with self defence skills.
Your child and their friends will be entertained with a specifically designed age appropriate party with lots of fun and excitement.
Your young guests will get an overview of the skills they will learn, play self defence orientated games and the birthday child will get to break their very own wooden board, just like in the movies.
Parents and gardians will be pleased to know that our instructors have working with childrens checks and national police checks. Our birthday parties not only teach self defence but also bully proofing skills which encourages citizenship, respect and manners.
After your self defence session, children can sit down to enjoy their hot pizza from Dominos (next door to us).
What you get in a self defence birthday party?
- A tailored program that is age appropriate
- Party instructor with over 25 years martial arts experience
- All equipment
- Ninja belts for participants to wear
- Fun games for everyone to join in
- and, as a special feature: the birthday person breaks a wooden board in front of all their guests!
Where can I hold a party?
Our location is 94 Millers Road, Altona North.
How long is the party?
Birthday parties go for 1.5 hours. This gives us enough time to go through some basic self defence skills, have fun games and a delicious meal.
How many people can participate?
This party is ideal for groups of 6 - 14 children. If you have a larger group, please contact us before making your booking.
Can parents stay?
We ask that an organiser be at the premises at the time of the party. Other parents are welcome to stay however, please keep in mind that we have a small waiting area.
Are the kids going to learn about fighting?
Children are taught self defence in our program, we discourage fighting unless absolutely necessary for their safety. We emphasise that the skills they learn should be respected and that they must respect their training partners.
Can I take photos?
Yes, photos are encouraged especially when the birthday person breaks their board.