Jiaido is a non-violent form of movement called the inner martial art.
The Children’s Program was designed to develop children physically, mentally, and emotionally; giving them a tool on how to use their own abilities (whether mental or emotional) in a constructive, constructive way.
In addition, it provides better health and endurance, increases the vitality (Qi) flowing in them and helps them to relax and unwind.
The exercise is based on conscious breathing and at the same time conscious movements, as well as pair exercises, touch therapy and social creativity.
Tasks and movements are easy for all children to learn.
The Jiaido is practiced by children
They develop their movement coordination, sense of balance, posture
They become healthier - both physically and mentally and emotionally
They calm their minds, help them relax
Their communication skills develop
They can integrate more easily and be active members of a group
They learn self-discipline
They become more conscious
Conscious movement - body consciousness
The practice of conscious movement has a significant effect on the development of body consciousness. Body consciousness includes directed attention, awareness of both our movements and our inner body sensations.
If we are able to become conscious of our physical body, this awareness can later extend to our whole being, beyond the physical plane.
Pair work is a form of learning in which practitioners work in pairs, learning how to connect, communicate and collaborate with each other.
Touch body work - the art of conscious touch
Touch body work is a method in which we work with the whole body, exerting a soft effect on it with conscious breathing and touch, which helps the body return to its original state of rest.
Creative activity can be individual (involving only the individual and his or her own work) and can be social creativity when an individual interacts with his or her environment and creativity arises through his or her interaction with other people. In such cases, creativity is not born in the mind of the individual, but from the relationship with his environment, the interaction of thoughts and feelings.
A good example of this is playing music together, when several people gather to improvise without any pre-laid rules. In this case, each musician, playing on his own instrument, watching each other, attuning to each other, they create a common musical experience that was born from the moment, the work of each of them is common, it cannot be connected to any person separately.