* Offer valid for local residents, adult programs and beginners only.
Looking for a dynamic way for your child to stay active and develop new skills? Extreme MMA’s Kids’ Martial Arts programs are perfect for keeping the little ones away from their gadgets and embracing a healthy lifestyle.
From ages 3 to 12, our juniors enjoy a comprehensive timetable that includes Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai and Wrestling. Led by a team of engaging, skilled and professional coaches, these classes go beyond teaching self defence and fitness. Extreme Kids develop listening and social skills, team work, confidence and respect.
A typical class will include warm up drills, games, self–defence techniques and partner work. Through consistent training and attendance, you can expect to see improvements in your child’s behaviour, resilience, and willingness to be involved in school and extra-curricular activities.
The Extreme culture is all about promoting a welcoming and safe environment for children to learn and grow. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to book a free introductory session for your child, phone (03) 9568 4999 and one of our friendly team members will be able to assist you with your enquiry.
Our children have been members at the club for the past 3 years – during this time we have seen them grow and develop under the watchful guidance of their coaches in particular Paul McVeigh.
Paul has been instrumental in developing our children, not only in sport but on a holistic approach that has transferred into every day. We can’t thank the club enough for the support and encouragement they have given us as a family. We can’t encourage people enough to check out this gym and the classes they offer to empower children in their own right. No matter what the ability everyone is welcome.
I would like to recognise and thank the Extreme Gym and Coach Paul for the significant time and investment in understanding Hunter’s personality, individual challenges, fears, and his growing capabilities. They have been able to build Hunter’s self-confidence in and outside the BJJ arena. Hunter has overcome his fears and returned back to the Grappling Industries Competition after a significant amount of time off to achieve a level of self confidence that he feels that his is worthy to compete; subsequently leading to a gold and silver medal of the June 2019 competition.