Parents most certainly seem to have their hands full with regards to their children.
All too often we hear the same old story about parents who are struggling to keep their kids in line and are plain and simply at a means to an end when it comes to meeting their child’s specific needs.
We hear stories of children being diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, Bipolar, even Depression and are prescribed adult-level medications to attempt to help curb whatever it is that they are lashing out against… and more often than not the problems that these children are facing only continue to escalate. Continue reading “Martial Arts for Kids”
It was founded in 1723, by the order of Peter the Great – the first Russian emperor
Russian Empresses Catherine the First and Catherine the Great both had a big influence on the destiny of the city. The city was named after the wife of the Emperor, Catherine the First, whereas Catherine the Second granted Ekaterinburg the status of the city and in the years of her reign, one of the main roads of the Russian Empire, the Siberian Route was paved through it.
Continue reading “KWUCHAMP 2017: Ekaterinburg is a city of strong people!”
I would like to share with you a unique experience
On September 7, 2017 in the first half of a day, which was free of training,
the national team of Bulgaria visited the sights of the Red Square.
Unfortunately, the athletes did not have enough time for a big excursion to the Kremlin itself. They walked along the Red Square, observed the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed and the building of the Historical Museum. Continue reading “Bulgarian karatekas laid flowers at the Eternal Flame on the Red Square”