Mind Body Spirit Martial Arts

The Hub, Proact Stadium, 1866 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S41 8NZ.


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Autumn Course

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 22nd October 2017


An excellent Autumn Course provided by our friend from the EMJJA Sensei John Rake The course covered defences using a folded newspaper, defences from attacks using Yawara-Bo, unarmed against Bo attacks, Bo against Bo, Knife Defences & Gun Defences Massive thanks to Sensei John & all that attended from the EMJJA, Eagle Martial Arts Arley, […]

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Te-Bo Course

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 16th October 2017


Great Te-Bo course Saturday morning at Mind Body Spirit for our friends at Eagle Martial Arts Arley Sensei Michael demonstrated defences using the Te-Bo from punch attacks using striking, locks, chokes, & restraining techniques We hope you enjoyed the course and we look forward to seeing you at our Autumn Course next week. Thanks to […]

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Warriors Graduation

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 11th October 2017


Another great day at Mind Body Spirit. Well done to the Warriors who graduated today. The visiting parents and family were treated to a display of Ukemiwaza (Breakfalling) then a demonstration of the Warriors competition section Sumo. Sensei Michael presented the Warriors with their Sumo Medals, Anti-Bully Badges, Tidy Gi Badges, & Star Awards before […]

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Kobudo Programme

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 11th October 2017


Join our Kobudo programme at Mind Body Spirit & learn authentic kata from Japan & Okinawa

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Why Ju-Jitsu

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 20th July 2017


Ju-Jitsu For Adults Physical fitness Scientific studies have proven that adults who take part have better stamina, strength, flexibility and muscle endurance. Weight Loss Ju-Jitsu is a fun way of staying in shape – adults who take up the sport have less body fat than those with a more sedentary lifestyle. Self-Defence Those who take up […]

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Martial Arts and ADHD

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 17th July 2017


Can enrolling your child with ADHD into a martial arts programme help him or her to focus more in school? Several studies have shown that physical exercise has a positive impact on children with ADHD, increasing mental alertness and improving social skills. One study showed that loneliness, shyness and hopelessness were less prevalent in teens […]

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Warriors Graduation

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 15th July 2017


Great morning at Mind Body Spirit on the occasion of our Warriors Graduation Sensei Mike opened the proceedings with the sad news that his pet mouse Elvis has sadly passed away this morning, Austin, one of the Warriors asked ‘how did he die Sensei?, Sensei Mike told him that Elvis had been caught in a […]

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Self-Esteem

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 11th July 2017


Children often need help to boost their confidence and self-esteem, especially if they are struggling with school work and social interaction Providing love and support, and giving time to talk, will help. There is also plenty more that parents can do, by praising youngsters and celebrating their successes. It could be something as simple as […]

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Summer Course

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 10th July 2017


Our Summer Course was provided by our friend Sensei Ian Arbon of Wakarishin Ju-Jitsu Essex. The course was attended by students fromMind Body Spirit and the BJJAGB British Ju Jitsu Association National Governing Body GB family. Thank you to all who attended and especially to Sensei Ian for conducting such a brilliant, informative and exciting […]

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High Blood Pressure

Posted by mind-body-and-spirit-martial-arts-academy on 5th July 2017


High blood pressure affects about one in three adults, and millions of individuals, putting these individuals at higher risk for two of the leading causes of death, heart disease and stroke. Another one-third of adults suffer from pre-hypertension, which means you have higher blood pressure numbers yet have not yet been diagnosed with high blood […]

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