When I was a child, I began my martial arts journey and the positive impact it had on my life was remarkable. It was always my dream to someday own my own school.
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See you on the mat! Our martial arts classes foster respect in all senses of the word. Your children will learn not only to respect others, but to respect themselves as well. We have been with Sky Centers for a few months now. They havent disappointed yet! They have taught my son a lot in this short time and have also taught me a lot. I love that my son has so many great role models hes surrounded by just being there.
Sensei Mike and Instuctor Chris are great with the kids. Fun but firm. To me thats the perfect mix for martial arts training! Thank you guys for what you do and I cant wait for my daughter and myself to join the family! I wanted to let you know of a situation that my daughter handled at school this week.
She was having an issue with a classmate over a library book the student accused her of taking it out of the school library without permission, when it had come from Helen Plum. The teacher handled the situation, but a few hours later as they were packing up to leave for the day, the other student put her hands around my daughter's neck from behind and squeezed, telling her "don't you do that to me again. By the time she was able to discuss it, the bell had rang and the kids had been dismissed from school. Her teacher was upset about it, and promised to discuss it with the other girl the next day.
My daughter asked me after school if she could be involved in the discussion with the teacher and the other girl, to share her feelings and see why the girl did what she did. I told her that would be fine, and the teacher was open to that as well.
The following day, my daughter confidently discussed the situation with her teacher and her classmate, explaining that she didn't want her to act in a physical manner again, and described 2 other situations where she had been the target of an aggressive peer and how it made her feel. The classmate apologized, the teacher set forth her expectations, and they moved on. At curriculum night tonight, her teacher made a point to tell me and my husband that she was very proud of how maturely our daughter handled the situation, how confidently she expressed herself, and how impressed she was that my daughter wanted to be part of the solution vs just "telling" on the student.
The two had a lot to catch up on, so Parker told Bryant that they were going to take a drive.
Bryant insisted they take a stroll to get their steps in, but she eventually obliged and got into the car. They drove for roughly seven minutes before Parker pulled off the main road. Behind a quarter-mile long driveway stood a beautiful home with a sold sign in the yard. Tears streamed down their faces, and they hugged one another.
Bryant thanked her daughter and praised God. Two decades ago, Bryant and her four children lived in a three-bedroom apartment in Queens, New York. She escaped a toxic relationship and worked various jobs trying to provide for her family. Bryant usually disguised her daily stresses and financial struggles well, but Parker was a smart kid and knew when Bryant had a rough day. There were times when they would sit in the living room and confide in one another.
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And that. The adjustment from New York to the south was quite a shock for Parker. So, Bryant and Parker would go on movie dates. Parker would bring Twizzlers, while Bryant had chocolate. I had more fun than she did, I think. That was my outlet for the stresses of the week. She looks back at her time playing AAU ball as some of the most fun moments of her life. And I thank you so much for showing me what you can really do. The two cried tears of joy.
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It was a moment of ecstasy. Bryant and Parker both struggled to find the right words to describe it. I already visualized it in a vision. I would love to own multiple businesses and also kind of have my hands in a little bit of everything as far as partnerships. Bryant is planning on going back to school to study psychology. She has dreams of being a counselor or life coach.
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