Martial arts violence

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Martial arts violence

Correct martial arts will teach children an art form that encompasses a robust method of self defence. Going along side and blanketing the physical skills should be a moral code that is constantly reflected on every lesson. But the student still needs to know how to defend themselves under pressure, other wise they are wasting their time learning martial arts.

Martial Arts code of ethics.

It also comes back to the moral framework of the school; are the instructors good at teaching the children all physical and then relating the code of ethics to the class structure, or is the instructor teaching the child violent moves and actually inspiring and motivating the children to become violent.

The Northstar Approach

Out of the thousands of students we have taught at Northstar martial arts, it is rare to hear of parents complaining about a change in their child’s actions towards others. In fact it is usually the opposite, where by the child does not want to hurt others so is hesitant to use his/her skills.

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The essence of Andy's teaching is correct martial arts training is a great method of personal growth. It can be studied on the surface to get fit and learn self-defense and it can also lead to incredible changes in self-confidence, self-esteem, self-discipline and self knowledge.

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