Fu For You – Youth Student’s Corner
I have a puzzle for you!
Kids, don’t miss the Fall Fun and bring a buddy!
A story about two sisters named Journey and Destination.
Since we now have quite a few black sashes who began their journeys young, I asked them for any words of wisdom they’d like to share.
Open kwoon time is the 15 minutes of “free time” when the floor is open before class. Most classes don’t get open kwoon time, so it’s an awesome opportunity if you have it. We often tell you to “use your time wisely”, so here is what we mean about what you SHOULD and SHOULD NOT do during open kwoon time.
My white belt and my black sash both mean the start of a journey for me. What does your current belt mean to you?
Remember that you have the choice to practice more or less than what’s written in your requirements for your level, but don’t forget that all actions have consequences.
Unlike some activities, Kung Fu doesn’t take the summer off. The warm months are actually a really awesome time to train! Aside from coming to your normal classes, here are some ideas on how you can practice your Kung Fu this summer.
In Kung Fu, we learn from the five animals (tiger, leopard, snake, crane, and dragon), and what they teach us can help not only in the kwoon, but at home or school too. Here are five lessons from the five animals to help you deal with bullying.
While it’s important to look back at how far you’ve come, Kung Fu is also about looking forward to what’s ahead of you. Goal setting is an important skill to master, so here are some tips to get you started.
Youth Students Saturday, November 21, 2015 12:30pm
If you’ve had a busy or exciting day, you could be thinking about a lot of things when you come to class – and that’s ok! But in order to be a good listener and do your best in class, you need to be able to focus both your mind and body on the task at hand. Just like a messy room, a busy brain can be distracting. That’s where meditation can help!
Youth Students, join Sifu Patti for this special Superhero Self-Esteem Workshop!
Youth Student’s Corner
You sit down with your legs crossed, back straight and close your eyes. Slowly, you take a deep breath in, then let it out. Every student reading this can tell me exactly what you’re doing: meditating. But what is that exactly?…