Combined Martial Arts Academy Nerang’s popular Karate Camp is on again these Easter School Holidays!
This camp is open to non-members also!
To register visit: https://events.membersolutions.com/event_register.asp?content_id=49350
Students will work on their kata, self defense, striking techniques, play fun games, sword combat, learn the Bo, go to the movies and more!
Monday 13th – Friday 17th April
9.30am – 1.30pm
Please note that there may not be anyone present at CMA before 9am
The key to a calm family can all begin with you.
ï Resolve family challenges. When your child acts out, it’s stressful for the entire family. Whether it’s biting other children, Screaming in rage, or being too shy to make friends – your child’s off-track behaviour is actually a cry for help. Enrol them in a martial arts that has a character development program, this will help you and them. You’ll be surprised by the changes you’ll see in your child after a short period of time. When you can see what’s going on for them and what’s going on in their mindset, solutions about how to change that mindset, and thus their behaviour, become more evident.
ï Respond instead of react. Parenting is a huge challenge. Just as your child acts out when he/she is upset, the emotional stress of parenting can send you “off track” as well.. Talking about your worries with a trusted listening friend/family member can help you think through a challenging situation instead of reacting.
ï Be playful, loving and firm. Discipline doesn’t have to be harsh. Likewise, being a loving parent doesn’t mean simply letting your kids run wild. Have your rules and don’t break them. finally, when you are looking for solutions from a place where there’s no longer an emotional reaction, you will automatically find more peace, acceptance and calm in the family home.
ï Create a bond that lasts for life. These tips will help you maintain a close connection during adolescence and beyond.
By Shihan Bill Wakefield
Combined Martial Arts Academy
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Soko Richard Norton, who has been training in the martial arts for over 50 years, also holds an 8th Degree in Zen Do Kai Karate, Level 6 in Ukidokan Kickboxing and a 5th Degree in Chun Kuk Do Karate (under Chuck Norris). As a result of his experience in a wide cross section of martial arts he is able to relate well to many schools wishing to take up Jiu JitsuTeam Norton BJJ has been operating for 5 years with a number of affiliate schools in Australia and the USA.
All Instructors and schools are invited to attend this seminar and to meet Soko Richard Norton. It will be on the 9 th of March at Combined Martial Arts. Contact Shihan Bill for more details. Everyone is welcome to come this seminar.
Our 4:00 class on a Monday and a Wednesday performing kata in front of the hole class. This builds their confidence and muscle memory.
Our little 5 – 6 year old students performing kata in front of the class. This works on their short term and long term memory.