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"The Empty Hand"

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How Busy Moms Smile At Stress

Are you a working mom who feels like life is constantly running away from you?

It can be hard to maintain a healthy balance between work and family life (not to mention some of the things that you would like to do for yourself!).

With Adult Karate classes at 603 Karate, you can start taking greater control of your life and help manage these stress levels. But how??

It's no secret that being a mom is one of the most demanding and rewarding jobs out there. But with so many responsibilities it can be hard to make time for yourself.

That's where 603 Karate comes in. Karate classes can help you find a sense of balance, energy, and peace of mind that you've been craving. This can be your “you time” to concentrate on yourself, your goals, and becoming the strongest version of yourself that you can (and maybe thought wasn’t even possible?).

Karate is a great way to stay in shape and socialize at the same time. You can take classes with friends or by yourself and learn something truly unique that most anyone else doesn’t know.

Every student in the Adult classes remarks how the camaraderie they have formed in the classes has helped them progress faster and with more confidence in the art. They know they have a team behind them, helping them succeed each step of the way. This is NOT a competitive environment; when one person wins, we all win!

You won’t find show-offs here, or someone trying to intimidate others. First off, I would not tolerate that. Beyond that, a fantastic group of individuals have formed at the dojo with both self-improvement and mentorship in mind. Everyone wants to help everyone get better.

Now imagine a social event that actually teaches something useful…

These classes help you learn how to defend yourself and stay safe. You’re already looked up to in your family. Now, make their jaws drop with your newfound confidence and strength. This will make them stare at you in awe!

**In fact, in your first class I will show you what I think is the MOST important self-defense technique. It is so powerful AND simple to learn that you will easily be able to show it to your family when you get home.

Most importantly, karate classes are a great way to de-stress. The physical activity of martial arts helps to release endorphins and clear your mind.

We hit things…

We kick things…

And we have a great time while doing it.

These drills will challenge you, help you improve quickly, and give you that physical release that will leave you feeling

  • Productive

  • Coordinated

  • Invincible

But we don’t just practice high-intensity, rapid fire drills. We also practice individual drills that you get to repeat often. This is a way to challenge yourself to continuously test yourself and improve without judgment. It’s a practice that you can truly do anywhere outside of class. So, there is not only a physical element to class, but also a mental challenge.

This mind and body challenge is what can ultimately have you working towards dominating your day-to-day stress and leave you feeling more

  • Energetic

  • Productive

  • Present

Doesn’t that sound like a great recipe for a happier, more fulfilling life?

Strangely enough, you will leave the class feeling more charged up than when you arrived! Plus, with the concentration needed to learn the techniques takes your mind off of your worries.

One student describes it as “all my problems seem to go away when I’m at the dojo.” She only wishes that she had started classes sooner than she did!

I have made giving classes a try risk-free. If you like it, then great, you will be on your way to a stronger and less stressful YOU.

And if it’s not quite your thing, no hard feelings at all. It’s not for everyone and I do not pressure anyone to continue.

But, if you’ve read this far, you’re at least curious enough to learn more. Message me and I can answer any questions that you have or help you get scheduled for your first class!

Call or text: 603-726-6335


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