On September 14th, Jiu-Jitsu Day is celebrated, due to the birth date of master Carlos Gracie. To celebrate the date in Amapá, T1 Kids and Teen held a special graduation ceremony for students in children’s classes. Of the 70 enrolled in the two classes at the children’s jiu-jitsu school, 55 graduated last Thursday (14).
“Until last year, graduation took place twice a year. We decided to change this year and hold a unique graduation, now in September, so that it would be a beautiful ceremony that would have an emotional memory in the children’s lives. Our difference is to bring the family together, insert and build positive memories in the emotional lives of our children”, said black belt teacher Diana, from T1.
Several adult black belts from the team were at the ceremony graduating the little ones. “Many children got a degree and others changed tracks. They left there with their eyes shining, it is very gratifying to see the satisfaction in each child’s eyes”, celebrated Diana.
T1 Kids and Teen stands out for working with autistic children. Currently, there are 11 students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) who practice jiu-jitsu at the children’s school.
Children from 3 years old to teenagers aged 15 can practice the activity on site. Classes are held at two times: 6pm and 7pm.
Questions can be asked by contacting (96) 98146-0350, speak to Professor Diana. T1 is located on Avenida Almirante Barroso, corner of Hildemar Maia, nº 1180, Santa Rita.
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