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Martial Art Training

At the

Colbalt Activity center, Creswell, OR 97426

 In the disciplines of

Aikido, Capoeira and Women’s Self- Protection Classes

 

These martial classes provide a strong foundation in developing and strengthening personal integrity and mindfulness, discipline, continuity of Mind/Body expression in action, and developing physical coordination, flexibility, stability and strength. No experience necessary.

Martial art training has a proven tract record in supporting those on the autism spectrum, challenged with ADD or AD/HD, those suffering from PTSD, and recovering injury rehabilitation.

 

Aikido is a non-aggressive Japanese martial training the focuses on breathing, body movement and disciplining the “chattering monkey mind’. Aikido incorporates wooden sword and staff in its training core.

Time: Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays - 4:30pm and 5:30 class and 6:30 on Mondays – ALL CLASSES ARE OPEN LEVEL- 5-YEARS OLD - ADULT

 

CAPOEIRA is a Brazilian Martial art that expresses kicks and groundwork. Having a dance like quality, Capoeira is invigorating training that develops stamina, coordination, flexibility and timing. Trained with music.

            Time: Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 3:30pm  All levels

 

Women’s Self Protection Class is combat-based protection training for all females 13 years –up. This class focuses on the study of spatial awareness, using appropriate response to the situation, building physical core stability, strength and timing (speed). Females train in the presence of other females with only male trainers to provide real situational problem solving opportunities. This is a positive training for females who are survivors and victims of sexual assault and trauma.

            Time: Tuesday and Thursdays : 6:30 – 7:15pm All levels

 

For More Information:

Creswell resident Sensei R.Vicente Rubio, 5th Dan instructs all classes –

 (541) 658-5354

Email: creswellaiki808@gmail.com or visit: www.PathfinderMentoring.com

 

“The purpose of training is to tighten up the slack, toughen the body, and polish the spirit” – Aikido Founder -Morihei Ueshiba

 


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