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Bookman, Bruce -- Teaching Aikido to Children
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Description: Teaching Aikido to Children offers a practical way for aikido teachers to start a childrens program at their dojo. With violence on the rise in our society, Aikido instructors can contribute to reversing this trend by introducing children to the principles of Aikido. Children learn that they can be powerful without being destructive. Teaching Aikido to Children introduces ways to make childrens classes manageable, fun and rewarding for both the student and the instructor. Bruce Bookman is a 6th degree black belt and Chief instructor of the Seattle Holistic Center. He has been teaching children since 1981 and has developed a highly acclaimed program. Bookman discusses ways to maintain the balance between fun and disciplined practice in childrens classes. Using this method, kids learn Aikido and have a great time doing it! Topics include: Introducing children to the dojo; Etiquette; Exercises; How to teach techniques; Aikido related games; Discipline; Testing; Communication skills; Relating to parents; and Tips for getting your program going.
ISBN: B00004S4YY



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