[NFBV-Potomac-Announce] FW: MWABA Judo Event March 22, 2020
johnh50 at verizon.net
Tue Mar 3 15:53:00 UTC 2020
Please see below. I can only wish there were programs like this when I was younger.
From: Justin Chan [mailto:justinbchan at gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 3, 2020 9:27 AM
To: John Halverson <johnh50 at verizon.net>; Tracy Soforenko <tracy.soforenko at gmail.com>; callaway.shawn <callaway.shawn at gmail.com>; Wanda Taylor <wptaylor13 at gmail.com>; Kathryn Webster <kathrynwebster.nfb at gmail.com>
Cc: mwaba.inc at gmail.com
Subject: Fwd: MWABA Judo Event March 22, 2020
Please share with your networks. Would be an interesting event and usuful too. One of the things you will learn is the art of falling, which has saved from plenty of potential injuries.
Come “Try judo” with MWABA on March 22!
The event will be at the College Park Community Center, from 12:00-4:00 PM.
**If you need transportation assistance from the metro to the community center, please contact us at mwaba.inc at gmail.com with "judo event in the subject line".
This free “Try it” event is targeted at our local blind and low vision friends in the Washington Metropolitan DC area. We extend a personal invitation to you to come, experience, discover and enjoy the sport of judo. We encourage character development, achieving personal goals, improving fitness, developing proficiency, promoting sportsmanship and enhancing physical training. Judo is an Olympic sport founded by Dr Jigoro Kano in 1882. Judo, which is translated to “gentle way”, prescribes the principle of flexibility in the application of the techniques. This is the flexible or efficient use of balance, leverage and momentum in the performance of the techniques. Skill and timing are the essential ingredients for success in judo, rather than brute strength.
For more information please see the attached flyer.
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