Sports and Martial Arts in Plano and the Surrounding Areas
Is your Child interesting in any of the following and more?
Are they interested in Club, Recreational, Competitive, Select, Camps in any of the activities listed below?
All of this and more are available in these listings.
KidStrong Brain + Body Camps (ages 3-8 years old) will include learning, social interaction and tons of physical activity! We’ll be reinforcing important skills like confidence, teamwork, physical fitness, social skills, good sportsmanship, and more!
The philosophy of our Little James McSweeney’s Children’s Program is to help build life skills for your child through the martial arts. Your child will inherit confidence, mental strength, discipline, focus, and much more. Of course, the goal is also to bully-proof your child against bullies.
Richwoods Academy for Sports and Academic Excellence (RWA) is a unique and highly differentiated multi-sports and academics afterschool facility built over 15,000 square foot Indoor & Outdoor infrastructure.
Ninja Nation is a ninja gym but we are providing Ninja Care in the fall. We have very limited spots and an adult will be here to help with virtual learning and they will also receive lunch and a place to get some physical activity as well. Call us for more information. 214-937-4942
Texas Association of Shotokan Karate (T.A.S.K.) is your premiere traditional Shotokan Karate School! Our focus is on Family Karate, keeping our community safe, and giving you one of the best training experiences in martial arts & fitness possible.
Premier Martial Arts specializes in teaching children character development through the study of martial arts. Our unique curriculum combines the styles of Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Krav Maga, and Kickboxing to develop our students to be a well-rounded martial artist.
***Give you child the gift of YOGA***
Strong emphasis on building mental and emotional tenacity along with physical strength
Deeply conscious, qualified and experienced teachers
Effective curricula rated highly by parents and children