Aikido After-School Program
These are some of the concepts and techniques that we teach in our after-school programs.
Please refer to your specific school schedule to find out more about dates, times, and prices for the program.
If you are with a school looking to add an afterschool program, please call us at 518-439-7939 or email us through our website.
After-School Program Curriculum:
I am developing myself in a positive manner, avoiding anything that reduces my mental growth or physical health.
I am developing self discipline, bringing out the best in myself and others.
I am using what I learn in class, constructively and defensively, helping myself and others and never being abusive or offensive. Sir!
Rules in class:
The most important thing is …SAFETY FIRST!
Raise 1 hand if you have a question.
Raise 2 hands if you need the bathroom or a drink
If the teacher says “Focus!”, stand at attention and look at the teacher.
If the teacher claps 3 times, then you clap 3 times and stand at attention and look at the teacher.
Onegai Shamasu – (own – a-guy, shu-ma-ss) = “Please” (used for the beginning of class for “Please teach me” and during class for “Please practice with me”)
Domo Arigato = Thank you
Mukso = meditate (close your eyes, relax, and focus on breathing and what you are learning)
Sensei = teacher
Ohio Gozai-masu = Good Morning
Koneechi-wa = Good Afternoon
Kone-Ban-Wa = Good Evening
1= Ichi 2= Ni 3= San 4= She 5=Go
6= Roku 7= Shichi 8= Hachi 9= Kyu 10= Ju
11 = Ju + Ichi 20 = 2 x 10 = Ni-Ju 30 =San-Ju 100= Hyaku
Techniques we are learning:
Hanmi Stance Kata
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Rick Wolslayer, Aikido School of Self Defense, 3 Normanskill Boulevard, Delmar, NY 12054, www.DelmarAikido.com, E-mail: Rick@DelmarAikido.com, Phone: 518-439-7939
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