S.A.F.E. Travel Tips

S.A.F.E. Travel Tips

BEING SAFE IS A MINDSET, SPACE = SAFETY DO’S DONT’S LOOK AROUND not only when you cross the street, parking lot, also when you are about to leave or enter your destination LOOK DOWN Don’t be distracted by your phone, put it in your pocket, pocket...

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WELCOME to the new LifeS.A.F.E.R Blog …

WELCOME to the new LifeS.A.F.E.R  Blog …

Since we are in 2019, almost twenty years into the millennium, I thought it was time for me to launch a long overdue blog. So, what do I want to say about the LifeSAFER?? Well, it will be a monthly space where I will offer self defense insights and safety tips...

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Spring S.A.F.E ty Tips

Spring S.A.F.E ty Tips

Pay attention to signs your body is telling you. The Power Of Knees 1. Pull In Opponent  2. Bring Knee Forward In To Opponents Body 3. Breathe out as you execute Knee Strike  4. Pivot From Hip to increase power Knees are one of the bodies most natural weapon...

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What Happens to your Brain During Meditation?

What Happens to your Brain During Meditation?

Welcome to Spring. Finally… as we change seasons it is a good time to reflect on new beginnings, new intentions and how we want to spend our time. Are we making the best use of our time nurturing our body and mind? How can we train our mind and body toge...

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Winter Warriors 10 Week Self Defense Class

Winter Warriors 10 Week Self Defense Class

Self Defense Class forming in Nassau County ALL ABILITIES What Are You Doing This Winter? Learn simple self defense moves Where to hit, How to hit     COST: $119 (includes 10 instructional classes. The 11th week/session will include the S.A.F.E Achie...

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S.A.F.E Skills

S.A.F.E Skills

One of the most important skills you can learn is understanding how your body moves and responds to different movements. We learn how our body moves the moment we are born. The body first learns big, gross body movements. Why do the big movements come before t...

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Be Your Own S.A.F.E Responder

Be Your Own S.A.F.E Responder

FIRST RESPONDERS I was thinking about how we think about a “first responder, why we need them , more importantly how can we be a first responder to ourselves. Self Surveillance The first step in this process would be conducting our own self surveillance in o...

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A S.A.F.E. Perspective

A S.A.F.E. Perspective

Growing up as a girl in the 1970’s, the martial arts was reserved for Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, overactive boys and not at all considered a viable hobby for a shy, mild mannered, ten year old girl from South Bellmore, NY. Well, thank goodness times have c...

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Martial Arts And The Autism Spectrum

We found this article in Psychology Today by E. Paul Zehr Ph.D. which highlights the benefits of the martial arts for individuals on the autism spectrum. Check it out at Psychology Today.

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Staff Corner at CMA

By: Heather Aylward Marsha Marino is the kind of person that you want in your corner when you need someone to advocate for you. Marsha has been the supervisor of CMA’s Medicaid Service Coordination department since 2007. This program, which originally su...

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