Reduce Violent Attitudes in Marginated Children

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Apr 12, 2013

Changing lives!

Hello friends! We hope everything is great!

In this report we will share with you the results that some teachers of the school had share with us.

As you know, one of the techniques that the program uses for developing self-consciousness and concentration is Taichi. This method has been taught to the children in several steps, to assure that they learn the movements in the correct way. Until this period, children already know an 80% of the whole choreography.

Sergio Ulloa, who is one of the teachers, reported that he has noticed in his students a better coordination of their movements and more control of their bodies, as they are able to stay calmly a long period of time during activities that require it.

Principally, he is amazed with one of the boys who was very anxious and uneasy at the beginning of the school year, and now he is a lot more calmly and patient. This kind of situations that show improvements in children’s  developments that impact directly in their lives, are the things that motivate us to keep going with our work.

We hope to continue having your support!
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