Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt.1 Connecting with others and culture - A Series by Steven Lemner, Sa Bom Nim, Chil Dan # 23703

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Lemner SBN series

Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt.1 Connecting with others and culture By Steven Lemner      Yeui 예의 (courtesy/ manners etiquette). Martial arts etiquette is considered one of the highest levels of practice in the arts. It’s traditions connect us to our history, the origins of the art and culture. (more…)

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Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 2 Connecting with others and culture - A Series by Steven Lemner, Sa Bom Nim, Chil Dan # 23703

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Lemner SBN series

Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 2 “The process of awareness “ By Steven Lemner Etiquette in different cultures have some common traits. Actions performed by people during certain situations can make a huge difference in the outcome of the action and it’s perception. The Five (5) Types of Business (more…)

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Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 3 “The Dojang, the opening ceremony“- A Series by Steven Lemner, Sa Bom Nim, Chil Dan # 23703

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Lemner SBN series

By Steven Lemner Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 3 “The Dojang, the opening ceremony“ In this third installment I would like to share my insights to etiquette within a Dojang relating to the beginning ceremony of traditional classes. These concepts and etiquettes can apply to many traditional martial arts (more…)

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Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 4 “Etiquette in action, Students connecting” - A Series by Steven Lemner, Sa Bom Nim, Chil Dan # 23703

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Lemner SBN series

Etiquette in Soo Bahk Do Pt. 4 “Etiquette in action, Students connecting” By Steven Lemner During a class there are some important etiquettes that we perform in relationship to other members during training. The first is to acknowledge and demonstrate respect in the form of a bow to our partner. (more…)

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