Children in our society are being exposed to ever increasing levels of violence through music, television, movies, and internet content, often in not so positive ways. This can develop into unhealthy attitudes of defiance and self-centered conduct in their interpersonal relationships both at home and at school. However, parents are sometimes reluctant to reinforce the negative behavior they see in their children by enrolling them in the martial arts, believing them to be a further extension of the violence and defiance they feel is creating the problem in the first place.
Well it is finally going to happen, Jason Saggo will take on Alex Ricci May 30th. See link for details. We will have tickets for sale at CBBA as well as organizing a table for the event. http://topmmanews.com/2014/03/09/substance-cage-combat-2-toronto-may-23/
Great article following up the epic rematch between Royler Gracie and Eddie Bravo http://www.bjjee.com/featured/royler-gracie-happy-with-performance-open-to-a-third-fight-with-eddie-bravo/
Join us for CBBAs first Movie night! Saturday February 8th 5pm-10pm Limit 40 participants Students $30 BBC Members $25 Additional Members $20