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Old 04-12-2006, 03:52 PM   #80
Chris Li
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Re: Religious Restrictions on Training

Mary Kuhner wrote:
If classes are small, having a pair who cannot work together is significantly disruptive. I think that the people who say "no hardship" are not used to classes of sizes 1-3, which are fairly common where I train.
4 of the classes that I train at each week run around 1-3 students.

Mary Kuhner wrote:
This point has been brought up repeatedly in this thread. Have I missed a clear explanation of why it doesn't apply? Why do people keep saying "there's no hardship"?
In many years of teaching (not just Aikido), my experience has been that most "hardship" situations are usually overblown, and can be overcome through a small amount of flexibility and ingenuity on the part of the instructor.



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