La Mesa Martial Arts School, the Jiu Jitsu Foundation Empowers Young Students Through Free Community Seminar on Bully Prevention

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With bullying steadily increasing, it is becoming more important than ever to find ways to prevent or combat this issue. For Jiu Jitsu Foundation owners Master Cadu Francis and Master Gabi Francis, the role of martial arts in making this happen is key. To help drive this point home, this La Mesa martial arts school owners have an eBook release “How to Empower Your Child through Martial Arts” and have hosted events such as their recent, free bully prevention seminar meant to help kids get some basic training.

La Mesa Martial Arts School

La Mesa Martial Arts School

Martial Arts is the foundation of a child's confidence. By knowing that they can defend themselves against a larger opponent, they have greater confidence to look a bully in the eye and tell him to stop bugging them.

With bullying steadily increasing, it is becoming more important than ever to find ways to prevent or combat this issue. For Jiu Jitsu Foundation owners Master Cadu Francis and Master Gabi Francis, the role of martial arts in making this happen is key. To help drive this point home, this La Mesa martial arts school owners have an eBook release “How to Empower Your Child through Martial Arts” and have hosted events such as their recent, free bully prevention seminar meant to help kids get some basic training.

Along with health benefits, young martial arts students can gain confidence and also become bully-proof, advantages this new book is meant to help promote.

Martial Arts is the foundation of a child's confidence. By knowing that they can defend themselves against a larger opponent, they have greater confidence to look a bully in the eye and tell him to stop bugging them.” said Master Cadu on the topic of why this eBook and subject matter is so important.

The need for martial arts in La Mesa and San Diego East County Community has been on the rise and the Jiu Jitsu Foundation, this manual and the Francis’ combined efforts to get the community involved is the answer.

Responding to the need for martial arts in La Mesa and San Diego East County Community is the Jiu Jitsu Foundation and its genuine concern for young people dealing with bullies these days. In recent years, the fallout from bullying among kids and teens has resulted in serious physical harm, death and tragically suicide. Those involved in the world of martial arts and martial arts training agree that children and teenagers who are considered shy or less confident are often more likely to end up targeted.

“Nowadays any child has the potential to be the victim of a bully. The question to ask is whether or not your children will be ready to defend themselves when the situation arises,” said the academy’s co-owner, Gabi Francis, to remind parents they should be actively involved in helping provide their children with defensive tools before it is too late.

Training in martial arts can help boost confidence, reducing the risk of bullying in the first place. That was one of the points Cadu and Gabi Francis hope to make clear in their book as well as in the prevention seminar they recently hosted. The recent event was a free bully prevention seminar for La Mesa and San Diego East County Community to help offer students the proper steps for responding to the threat of a bully.

This exciting new eBook, “How to Empower Your Child through Martial Arts” developed by the Cadu and Gabi Francis is something like a companion training manual to help act as a reminder of the all around importance martial arts training in La Mesa and nearby communities can provide for students of all ages. The digital book points out all of the benefits about martial arts training for youngsters aside from confidence and being bully-proof. However being able to prevent potential bullies is one of the most important steps to take and this guide could help make that happen.

About Jiu Jitsu Foundation
With 1050 square feet of mat area and padded walls, the Jiu-Jitsu Foundation is able to accommodate a sizeable attendance. The school offers a 30-day free trial for anyone that wants to come and learn Jiu-Jitsu. They are open Monday to Saturday. For more information on Jiu-Jitsu classes, visit http://www.jiujitsufoundation.com

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