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Building a Civil Society with Martial Arts Training

“F**k you!” My Monday morning greeting from a third grader I was meeting for the first time as the substitute teacher in a suburban mid-west town.  I was struck by the intensity of his emotions. His face contorted with anger, body tensed with fear. What could cause such a reaction from an 8 year old? What was going on in his life that this was his way of communicating? How did he learn this behavior? How as a society have we allowed this behavior to become more and more common?

Read more on how martial arts training can aid in develpoing a more civil society.  //medium.com/@landryjamesp/building-a-civil-society-with-martial-arts-training-60a1ed8bdc9a?source=friends_link&sk=e986c5d6b0b65ff949992b632182bb99" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Click here to read the article at Medium   (this will open a new window.

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Aikido In Your School

 

 What if your school offered Aikido? 

Imagine the benefits to the students and the school. Aikido is a healthy non-competitive form of exercise for the body and studies are increasingly showing that training in an art such as Aikido increases mindfulness, making for more engaged students. Aikido teaches us creative non destructive ways to solve our challenges.

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I may be an old fashion grandmother but I wish this was something they would teach in the classrooms of our schools,

Myrna
Grandmother

What a great dojo. The sensei are terriffic...,

Tasha
Mother

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