David Deaton Karate Studios

Inside This Issue

Live, Breathe, Believe, Achieve!

Annu­al Christ­mas Sale!

Want Oth­ers To Be Nice To You?

Pos­i­tive Language

Thanks­giv­ing Puzzle

Events Cal­en­dar

Birth­days

Mt. Juli­et
1249 N. Mt. Juli­et Rd.
Mt. Juli­et, TN 37122
(615) 754‑6878

Lebanon
1029 W. Main St. Suite F.
Lebanon, TN 37087
(615) 547‑1742

STUDENT EXPRESS

Novem­ber 1, 2017

Mes­sage of the Month

Live, Breathe, Believe, Achieve!

In order for us to tru­ly enjoy abun­dance and live every day to the fullest, it is impor­tant for us to have opti­mal health. The type of life that leads us to suc­cess is and can only be a healthy one. If we are not healthy, we will nev­er tru­ly have abun­dance and be wealthy.

Breath­ing is life. Life begins with the first inhala­tion and ends with the final exha­la­tion. Our goal as cham­pi­ons for life should be to max­i­mize our lives. Liv­ing life to the fullest means that we are enjoy­ing every day and get­ting the most out of it.

In order to enjoy a great life we should under­stand what dri­ves life. The answer is sim­ply oxy­gen, which is the most impor­tant tool for health. Isn’t oxy­gen life’s pri­ma­ry nutri­ent? Doesn’t oxy­gen help heal injured cells? Isn’t oxy­gen help­ful in heal­ing ill­ness? So how do we get more oxy­gen? By stay­ing com­mit­ted to our exer­cis­es. When we train and breathe prop­er­ly we raise our bod­ies’ oxy­gen lev­els while releas­ing unwant­ed tox­ins through sweat.

Drink­ing plen­ty of water is a great way to keep the body hydrat­ed and to flush out the system’s unwant­ed tox­ins. Load up on nat­ur­al organ­ic green foods that oxy­genate your body.

Ever notice that some peo­ple always have an unstop­pable and upbeat atti­tude toward life? Have you every won­dered why? Answer: They are usu­al­ly very healthy and main­tain a pos­i­tive atti­tude with con­stant ener­gy for excellence.

Christ­mas and Gi Sale! Nov. 6–11

Annu­al Christ­mas Sale!
Let us help you find those spe­cial gifts for the karate per­son on your list! BBC mem­bers receive a 15% dis­count and every­one else receives a 10% dis­count on orders placed from the CENTURY & MACHO cat­a­logs and on equip­ment we have in stock.

Stu­dent Gi Sale!
The most used item in karate train­ing is the uni­form (Gi). Most black belts know this and have more than one–and it’s alway smart to have a back­up uni­form. Now is the time to pur­chase your extra uni­form dur­ing our uni­form sale. Get a DDKS logo uni­form for $34.95 + tax. Embroi­dery is also a very pop­u­lar option — which you can now get at the dis­count­ed price of $10 + tax.

Kids Cor­ner

Want Oth­ers To Be Nice To You?

Is that some­thing you might be inter­est­ed in? Well, the solu­tion is sim­ple. You have to be nice to them too. Don’t expect to hear some­thing nice about you from some­one you have been mean to. Just think about this. Would you be nice to a per­son if he or she were mean to you? Sim­ple isn’t it?

Here are some things you can do in order to be nice, and have oth­ers be nice to you in turn:

  • When­ev­er you talk to oth­ers, be respectful.
  • Nev­er, ever, bul­ly some­one younger than you.
  • When some­one else is speak­ing, lis­ten to them. Don’t interrupt.
  • Don’t call any­one names.
  • Wait till you know a per­son prop­er­ly before you form an opin­ion about them.

If you can do these things for a lit­tle while, you will see the change in oth­ers. They will be nice to you too.
 
 
 
 

Pos­i­tive Language

When you read lit­er­a­ture on child devel­op­ment you will often hear this mes­sage: it is bet­ter to be as pos­i­tive as pos­si­ble in your approach to deal­ing with your kids. It is impor­tant to use pos­i­tive words, and focus­ing on what to do rather than what not to do.

SayInstead of…
Slow down and walkStop run­ning
Play with your toysDon’t touch that
Keep your feet on the floorDon’t climb on the couch
Use your qui­et inside voiceStop scream­ing and shouting

Thanks­giv­ing Puzzle

EVENTS CALENDAR (Mt. Juliet)

Octo­ber 31 — Novem­ber 4: Test Week
Novem­ber 6–11: Christ­mas Sale!
Novem­ber 6–11: P.T. Week
Novem­ber 10: Grad­u­a­tion Schedule
5:15 pm — Lit­tle Dragons
6:15 pm — Chil­dren, Juniors, Teens, and Adults
Novem­ber 11: Lead­er­ship Day
 9:00 am — 10:00 am Lit­tle Dragons
10:00 am — 11:00 am Children
11:00 am — 12:00 pm Juniors, Teens & Adults
Novem­ber 11: Black Belt Graduation
Novem­ber 13–18: Bo Week
Novem­ber 18: Black Belt Review
1:30 pm — 3:00 pm Juniors (Ages 15 and Under)
3:00 pm — 4:30 pm Adults (Ages 16 and Up)
Novem­ber 24: Par­ents Night Out.
5:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Novem­ber 20–22: Bokken Week
Novem­ber 23: CLOSED for Thanksgiving
Novem­ber 24–26: CLOSED
Novem­ber 27 — Decem­ber 2: Test Week

EVENTS CALENDAR (Lebanon)

Novem­ber 6–11: Christ­mas Sale!
Novem­ber 6–11: Test Week
Novem­ber 11: Black Belt Graduation
Novem­ber 11: Par­ents Night Out.
5:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Novem­ber 13–18: P.T. Week
Novem­ber 17: Grad­u­a­tion
5:30 pm — 6:00 pm
Novem­ber 18: Lead­er­ship Day
 9:30 am — 10:00 am Lit­tle Dragons
10:00 am — 10:45 am Children
10:45 am — 11:30 am Teens
11:30 am — 12:30 pm Adults
Novem­ber 18: BB Star Review
(Held at Mt. Juli­et dojo)
1:30 pm — 3:00 pm Juniors (Ages 15 and Under)
3:00 pm — 4:30 pm Adults (Ages 16 and Up) 

Novem­ber 20–22: Bo & Bokken Week
Novem­ber 23: CLOSED for Thanksgiving
Novem­ber 24–26: CLOSED

NOVEMBER BIRTHDAYS

11/1 Joseph Villanueva
11/2 Car­la Blevins, JD Moore
11/4 Grady New­ton, Sebas­t­ian Cervantes
11/5 Gar­rett Ronan
11/6 Julie Lopez
11/9 Cis­sy Kirkpatrick
11/12 Kee­gan Mor­ris, Dar­by Comiskey
11/13 Raistlen Burgenheim
11/14 Hud­son Beal, Gar­rett New­ton, Owen Baden
11/17 Samuel Ortz­men, Taim Almumayiz
11/18 Jeb Simms, Ran­dall Barnes
11/24 Carmyne Guerin
11/25 Isabel­la Harville
11/30 Sophia Maas, Mason McCabe

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