At Karate Families, we offer group classes based on age to make sure every student who comes through our doors is learning with others who are similar to them in age and skill. While that’s a great option for a lot of people, some may need or want to individual attention of a private training session. If you’re uncertain as to whether you should give group classes or private training a try, take a look at some of the reasons you may want to stick to a private session:
Private training gives you the personal attention you need to excel, rather than a classroom with multiple students. Though some students thrive around others, you may require more of a focused approach, especially as you start your karate journey.
Focus on Form
When you choose private training, you’re getting an experience unlike any other. If you’re well into your classes, sometimes a one-off session with a trainer can help fix some places you have trouble. Make sure, when you’re working with a trainer, that you explain what you’d like help with at the beginning of the session!
Sometimes you just don’t have the willpower to make it to class. It happens to the best of us. Setting up a recurring one-on-one session with an instructor helps to solidify that schedule and ensure that you’re showing up session after session. After all, your instructor is counting on you!
Working one-on-one with an instructor gives you the ability to work on the skills you need in order to get to your next belt. It’s not necessarily a fast-track, but it does help to get you where you need to be in order to feel comfortable and ready in class and on your next test.
If you’re interested in finding out more about private training for you or children, contact us at Karate Families. We’ll set up a session with one of our skilled instructors to help in whatever ways you need!