Month: October 2016

Autism and Martial arts

Can martial arts help used as physical therapy for those with Autism? Dr. E. Paul Zehr in his article writes about the study supporting martial arts training as a great tool to improve communications. “Training in traditional martial arts requires physical and mental focus. As contrasted with martial arts that […]

A Simple Way to Improve Kata Understanding

For a traditional martial artist the word ‘Kata’ has a defined meaning, but for those outside of martial arts it can be a confusing term.  Kata is a Japanese word that means ‘form’.  In Karate this form is a set of movements that are performed in a sequence.  […]