1) Since all Aikido movement is natural and rational children find they are having fun and
exercising at the same time.
2) Aikido is non-competitive, so children develop at their own pace.
And since they never feel inferior or superior they learn to co-operate with their fellow trainees.
3) They develop a natural hierarchy based on experience and respect.
They enjoy this order and always feel they belong.
4) Aikido is non-aggressive so children develop a calm sense of purpose and self-confidence.
5) Discipline and etiquette are fundamental when we practice Aikido.
Great importance is given to our etiquette, respect of one another,
developing a non-violent attitude and adopting a positive and proper style of living.
6) Through respiratory and concentration exercises, the child develops mentally.
7) Aikido develops the co-ordination of Body and Mind.
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