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For years, martial arts has gotten a bad reputation because people feel that it encourages violence, especially in children. And yes, it sounds like a paradox that something that teaches “fighting” can actually make people less aggressive. However, what most people don’t know is that martial arts is rooted in nonviolent conflict resolution. As the founder of Aikido, O’Sensei Morihei Ueshiba, said, “To injure an opponent is to injure yourself. To control aggression without inflicting injury is the Art of Peace.” Controlling aggression is the ultimate goal of martial arts. In

Developing a Growth Mindset in a Competitive World     In today’s world, competition is everywhere and it often starts at a very young age. It begins as a fun, skill-developing event but can quickly become time-consuming and competitive.While some parents want their children pushed to help them learn the hard lessons of life, others want to protect their children from the disappointment that can come with competition.Both sides have pros and cons, but a balanced approach is what will truly help a child develop a competitive nature in a healthy

Immortal Newsletter #3 1. Immortal Self-Defense Class, round #2 is this Saturday, 11/16 @ 1:00 pm. After attending the first class, I can assure you, you will not want to miss this! It is packed full of useful, and practical information and tools. Please see myself, or call/text/email/respond to the link at bottom for registration. 2. Registration is almost over for the 2019 OSU Jiu-Jitsu Championship on 11/23. With 50% capacity already, we want to see as many Immortal Students and athletes there representing! Reminder, Kids registration is open until 11/20 online