The Big Picture - The Whole Person
Updated: Dec 10, 2019
The term "holistic" is used a lot in different contexts today, and for many different things.
Most people seem to connect it with ideas of health, mental balance and positive thinking. It also brings meditation to mind, contemplation and ancient methods of healing and well-being.
But what does it mean when we talk about the word ‘holistic’ when it comes to martial arts?
At B-SMART Martial Arts, I use a more complete, realistic and authentic approach to training. Being calm and open minded even when conflict escalates is the central motive in our training. We educate our students on how to cope with problems and stay calm in the face of new challenges.
There’s is no doubt that martial arts are beneficial for the mind, body, and soul, and for young kids who are still in the process of developing healthy habits and working on integrating themselves into society - it can make all the difference when it comes to responsibility.
B-SMART Martial Arts is not just about self defence, I take my role as head coach very seriously and I will support my students whenever they need me, be that at home, school or during class.
B-SMART students are not just a number, they are part of my B-SMART family. My responsibility as their coach is to work along side parents to help raise conscious, self-aware, mindful, and responsible young adults all whilst helping them increase their physical fitness, gain strength, and teaching them how to defend themselves whilst still being a good ‘holistic’ person.
Think Outside Of The Box.
That’s the B-SMART way.