An important message for all kareteka from Aunty Jackie. Osu!
People think empathy is that thing where you feel everything that someone else is feeling. It’s not. It’s when you take what somebody else is feeling, you hold space for it, and then you give it back to them. It just means you hold space for them, and that can look like holding your tongue, because you don’t know their life or their experience. Withholding judgement or opinion, making space for their life, because it’s different from yours.
Today Jackie Clark is at home in South Auckland, tired after a long morning of delivering care packages to the women she walks alongside as the founder of The Aunties, a support community for those li...
Osu! The dojo is where the people are, and this week, the people are all at home! The following schedule has been emailed to everyone on the Seido Auckland email list. If you didn't get it, please hit us up in DM (the email has the zoom links, we don't put Zoom links on social just in case!)
Osu! With tonight's news, Tāmaki Makaurau (Auckland) returns to Level 3 from 6 AM tomorrow (28th February) - Beach Training and all in-dojo classes cancelled for the next week. Check your emails early in the week for Zoom class links. If you don't get our newsletter, hit us up in DM ... See MoreSee Less
Osu! Thanks so much Sei Shihan Ben and the rest of the whānau at Seido Karate Wellington for an amazing weekend at camp! Team Tāmaki Makaurau are all back safe and sound and a wee bit sore! ... See MoreSee Less