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Martial Arts Home Study Guide

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Starting a martial arts home study routine is a great way to stay healthy and take care of yourself both emotionally and physically, especially during these uncertain times of staying at home and limiting our social interactions. Practicing a discipline of self defense can help you de-stress, release tension, and stay physically active on a […]

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Can You Really Learn Martial Arts Online?

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Online learning is nothing new. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted our everyday lives, people turned to the internet to learn all sorts of new skills, from playing music to making sushi. Learning Martial Arts at Home We can develop and practice many interests on our own, without a teacher physically present to offer guidance. […]

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On-Demand Streaming Introductory Classes

We’re happy to announce that we’re offering free introductory classes now streaming on-demand! These are twenty minute introductory classes, one each in Seamm-Jasani and Boabom. They are designed to give you a simple and effective introduction to the fundamental Boabom Arts through deep breathing, diverse warm-ups, and basic coordinative movements. Seamm-Jasani is the art of […]

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Boabom: Breathing and Health

In this video you can learn some basic Boabom breathing techniques to help increase your respiratory health and breathing capacity. Taught by Maiyamm, senior teacher of Boabom Chile, as part of the 2020 Boabom online solstice celebration.

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Boabom Meditation

A short meditation taught by Yemado, director of the Boston School of Boabom. This meditation was originally taught as part of the 2020 Boabom online solstice celebration.

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Boabom and the Brain

Boabom is an art of integration: it brings mindfulness, movement, and self-defense together in a unified system. This kind of integration is much needed in our era of fragmentation, when time is sliced up into disjoint pieces devoted to “work”, “exercise”, “entertainment” and “relaxation”. Interestingly, the contrast between fragmentation and integration is also reflected in […]

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