Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Karate Instills Confidence in Students

TUSTIN, Calif. – Between the front-kicks, grunting and "serious karate faces," the students at Karate For All laugh, dance and help one another off the ground.
The occupational therapy-based martial arts program works with individuals on motor, cognitive, sensory and social skills through the practice of karate. Students range from 3 ½ to 37 years old, with such diagnoses as autism, cerebral palsy and sensory processing disorders.

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