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Who Else Wants a Family Built on the Foundation of Respect?

“Recent studies show that respect is being questioned…More children are being bullied over the internet; some as young as 7 or 8 years old!”

September 2008 is Respect Month as part of Zandri’s Martial Arts POWerful Words Character Development program! Students will be learning and experiencing life changing lessons about Respect. In addition to all of the physical skills that they’ll be developing, students will be discussing and practicing the following concepts that will help them to understand the value and benefits of being respectful and the effect is has on themselves and everyone around them. Students will discover the answers to the following questions:

  • How can we show respect in how we act towards others?
  • How can we show respect in how we speak and listen to others?
  • How can we show respect to our community and environment?
  • How can we show respect to ourselves as well as others?

“Respect embodies the golden rule. Discussed in countries, religions, and environments all around the world, this ethical lesson has been called the cornerstone of moral behavior. It tells us that everybody has a right to be treated with respect, courtesy, and consideration.” says Dr Robyn Silverman, Zandri’s Martial Arts child & adolescent expert, and creator of the POWerful Words Character Development program used at here.

Respect is by far one of the most important things we proudly teach all of our students here. We believe that if we can help make our community more respectful one student at a time, then we’re on track to help Brookfield, Danbury, New Milford, Netown and all other communities we proudly serve, become among the best towns on the planet! We’re honored to share these valuable life lessons with our students this month!

Zandri’s Martial Arts strong curriculum and the POWerful Words Character Development system provide our students opportunities that will give them what some might call, an unfair advantage in life. These lessons will remain with our students for the rest of their lives and we’re thrilled to be involved with their positive development.


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