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Improving Children’s Attention Span with Martial Arts Practice

Improving Children’s Attention Span with Martial Arts Practice

Increasing attention spans to more extended periods of time is part of a child’s natural cognitive development. As they become toddlers, preschoolers, and then elementary students, their ability to focus for periods of time will only continue to increase. If they are...
The Benefits of Practicing Meditation

The Benefits of Practicing Meditation

Meditation isn’t only what you might see on television and movies. While sitting in a quiet space entirely focused on breathing and nothing more is classic meditation, you can reap the benefits of meditation through Tai Chi (moving meditation) as well. Whether you go...

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Only weapons purchased through USKSA or through the following links are approved for usage at USKSA.  Please see an instructor for other weapon requirements.  Rings Wing Lam Enterprise Amazon Amazon...
The Power of Martial Arts: Anger Management

The Power of Martial Arts: Anger Management

Martial arts provide the tools in mental and physical self-discipline that make it easier for a person to control their behavior even with strong emotions in play. While being taught self-defense and fighting skills, students are simultaneously taught that a physical altercation is the last resort. And with their newly earned skills, they are keenly aware of the power they possess and the importance of being responsible and only using that skill set if absolutely necessary.

Tai Chi for Back Pain

Tai Chi for Back Pain

Did you know that lower back pain is one of the leading causes of disability around the world? With such a large number of people struggling with back pain, it is surprising that treatment can be such a challenge. Painkillers & surgery are over-prescribed and not as effective as exercise. And Tai Chi is one of your best choices of pain relieving activities.

What is Tai Chi Push Hands?

What is Tai Chi Push Hands?

Tai chi push hands is a practice that a student of tai chi undertakes in addition to learning the form.  At its core, it is a two-person activity in which each maintains the connection with the other, keeps their own structure, and feels out weaknesses in their partner.  Ideally, it is dynamic: constantly moving and flowing. 

Why Tai Chi Makes So Many of the Experts’ “Best Exercises” Lists

Why Tai Chi Makes So Many of the Experts’ “Best Exercises” Lists

So what it about Tai Chi that puts it on Harvard’s 5 of The Best Exercises You Can Ever Do list? The benefits of Tai Chi are plentiful, but we feel quite strongly that the accessibility of Tai Chi is what puts it at the top. Tai Chi is the opposite of “no pain, no gain.” Business Insider reminds us that Tai Chi is good for everyone, regardless of fitness level, age, or ability.

6 Top Benefits of Martial Arts Classes in Marriottsville

6 Top Benefits of Martial Arts Classes in Marriottsville

There are many more benefits to joining a Marriottsville martial arts class than any preconceived popular notions society might have you believe. Yes, you will learn some pretty sweet fighting moves for self-defense, but the benefits of practicing Kung Fu encompass physical fitness, mental strength, and a whole lot more. Read our top 6 benefits of practicing martial arts:

How Can Martial Arts or Tai Chi Help Me Lower My Stress?

How Can Martial Arts or Tai Chi Help Me Lower My Stress?

Unless you’ve been under a rock, you know that stress is very bad for a person’s physical, emotional, and mental health. In today’s society, stress can be found everywhere you go. Traffic jams, full schedules, work stress, financial struggles, relationships and so on. Reducing that stress means making changes within your life, but if those changes are not possible, learning how to better manage stress is vital!

The Benefits of Children’s Karate and Martial Arts Classes

The Benefits of Children’s Karate and Martial Arts Classes

Raising healthy, successful, kind, happy and well-rounded kids is the goal of most parents. The idea that “it takes a village” is still true today. From school to sports, to clubs, and family, you are not the only one guiding your child into adulthood. With smartphones, social media, video games, and participation trophies, navigating the changing landscape for the “right” way to raise your child is challenging to say the least.

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