Weapons Classes

Power with Purpose Weapons Classes

Is your child looking for a fun alternative to practising their kicks?

Or are you looking to relieve some stress?

Our weapons class can take the edge off a stressful day …

…while creating a unique fun family moment.


Matt has a wealth of experience to share with his students. With 20 years of experience using a bo staff, he has a wide variety of cool moves to share.

“We focus on spinning techniques and how to control certain manoeuvres. We work on basic moves, then progress to more complicated techniques.”

  • Matt Rahn, Head Instructor, Power with Purpose
Experienced instructors
Weapons classes are non-contact

Your safety is our priority

One of the key lessons we teach our students is you have more fun when you aren’t getting hurt.

Our weapons classes are non-contact. Our bo staves are designed only for demonstrating techniques; there is no striking or blocking involved. There is plenty of room in our classes… so everyone will have room to practise.

You’ll learn some cool moves and develop your skills without ending up with colourful bruises at the end of the day!

Coordination skills

Does your child have difficulty catching a ball? Focusing on a task?

Practising your skills with our bow staves can be a great way to help focus.

We find many of our students enjoy a natural increase in their coordination and ability to concentrate on any given task.

Weapons Class Coordination skills
Form of meditation

A form of meditation

Imagine letting all of the day’s stress melt away while you focus on the calming, rhythmical movements of a bo staff…

…or seeing your typically hyperactive child so focused on doing a cool move they seem like a well-disciplined student.

Our weapons class is the perfect way to focus your energy on honing your skills and let worrying issues take a backseat.

Think of our classes as your own form of meditation!

When and where?

Our weapons classes are held every Saturday morning for 45 minutes… come along and join the fun!

Any questions? Let us know.