Martial Arts teaches Eastern Religion and it conflicts with our own faith? PDF Print E-mail

This is the 2nd biggest misconception of Martial Arts Schools. Like I mentioned above, there are some schools that are heavily into the Eastern religions as part of their curriculum, but it is less than 2-3%. There are many schools who are Christian based Martial Arts Schools, again, these are a very small percentage.  

My school is no different from any other school across the country. I have a very diverse clientele, different races, religions, socio-economic backgrounds, and educations. However, the one thing that we do teach is Respect, Courtesy, Humility, Self-Control, Self-Confidence, Self-Discipline, Perseverance and Focus, just to mention a handful of life skills. Now this is nothing different than all of the religions preach.  

I personally do not cover any religion. I have my own faith and it is very strong. But I do not want someone who is raised under a different faith to feel that they are being treated differently because they are Baptist, Catholic, Pentecostal, Buddhist, Muslim or any other faith.  


 

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