Hello, I am interested for my 6 year old daughter. She's shy and at times not very confident. Discipline is important yet having fun and learning at the same time. I am wondering if this would be the class for her. Thank you.
The current approach to teaching discipline is through a 'dominance' model ie rooted in concepts of obedience.
I don't particularly partake in this belief because what happens is the child's ability to apply themselves is based on someone's authority over them. To me, this isn't true discipline.
True discipline is the amount of focus and commitment one can generate on their own, without direction.
And that, only comes from passion. I think children must first naturally connect and resonate with something, in order for them to deem it pleasurable enough to commit more energy, and sacrifice to. Passion, precedes discipline.
So to answer your question, I do keep my classes fun for children, but not necessarily because they are 'children'. I keep my classes fun because passion is the seed of discipline.
Kru Nick Bautista
Thank you for your reply. And I was happy to read your response.
I have attended other classes and they seem to frighten her at times. I want her to feel confident without being "scared" of getting in trouble.
Right now at his age we are trying to feel out what her passion is. I am interested in attending a trial class if this is possible?