Karate- Anger Management

This month students will be learning about an invaluable life skill, anger management.  Last week, our lesson centered on the fact that everyone gets angry.  It’s natural to get upset or angry at times but the key factor is what … Read More

Karate- Character Recap

This month, our character lesson was “On a Quest to be my Best!”  We’ve been talking to students about how to put in their best effort, no matter what they are doing.  Generally, people don’t consciously decide to do their … Read More

Karate- Potential part 2

In January, we are talking about Potential (click for character worksheet) with our students.  This week, we will be talking about the first two steps toward developing your potential.  The first step toward reaching your potential is to believe it’s … Read More

Karate- Potential

Each month, we discuss a rotating character theme.  This month’s theme is potential.  In our first week, we are teaching students what potential actually means.  Simply put, potential is something that can happen but hasn’t happened yet.  We are explaining … Read More

Look for the Gold

This month, our character lesson is centered around Gratitude.  It’s a topic that is so valuable in our throw away, negativity based society.  It’s never about what you have but what’s coming next.  The feel good story about someone helping … Read More

Bully Prevention Week

Tell someone you do Karate and there are usually the same couple reactions.  One is they ask if you could beat them up.  Another is they ask if you break bricks with your head.  And most often, they break into … Read More

Journey of Martial Arts

When thinking about a topic for my first blog I said, “what’s easier than talking about yourself?”  So here is some background about my journey of Martial Arts. I started Karate at almost 7 years old.  It all started because … Read More

1 3 4 5 6 7