Columbia, SC, February 23, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Sensei Chris Feldt, owner and chief instructor for Samurai Karate Studio, located in Richland Northeast Columbia, SC, presented to the entire student body at Bridge Creek Elementary School.
The presentation covered an historical background on the Samurai with a contemporary twist. The students were encouraged to think of themselves as Samurai.
"While the Samurai were known to be fierce warriors, what most people don't know is they were also learned men and women, who demonstrated great character traits like discipline, honor, integrity and respect," commented Sensei Chris Feldt, "I like to ask the students to think of themselves as modern day Samurai!"
Sensei Feldt's presentation focuses on how students can serve themselves by getting fit and eating healthy foods, by serving their family by doing their chores without being asked or their homework and getting good grades so that their family would be proud, by serving their community by doing service projects in and around their neighborhoods and finally, by serving their world by recycling waste and not littering.
"This group of children was one of the best behaved I have presented to," commented Feldt, "they asked some really good questions and demonstrated great manners. "I really had a lot of fun visiting with them."
Samurai Karate Studio teaches a traditional style of Japanese karate to children and adults, beginning at age 3.5 years old.
It's karate curriculum includes traditional karate techniques as well as Diabetes awareness, anger management, healthy eating, acts of kindness peace education leadership and environmental self defense.
Sensei Feldt is available most days to talk to school groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and at risk children. Please call him at 803-462-9425.