Dayton Self Defense instructor and martial artist Matt Pasquinilli, teaches Sallie Taylor some basic techniques and strategies for staying safe from an unwanted sexual advance or attack. Situational awareness, verbal barriers, physical boundaries, and the mental defense posture of fighting until you win, are the cornerstone of the best self-defense programs. The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, aacdayton.com, is the Miami Valley’s best self-defense and martial arts school offering classes for children and adults, men and women. The AACTS is located at 1630 E Stroop Rd in Kettering, Ohio 45429 and can be reached at (937)395-0333 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Special pricing information for children’s self-defense, anti-bullying, martial arts, karate, and fitness programs can be found at thanxmom.org
This summer, we will be offering anti-bullying classes free to middle school aged children. We invite you to apply for this class which will focus on confidence building, positive self-esteem, practical self-defense, and finding your voice. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 937-395-0333. We have 30 spots and classes fill up quickly so contact us now.
Matt Pasquinilli, Executive Director
Asian Arts Center, 501(c)(3) non-profit
January 25, 2016 – Matt Pasquinilli talks to Katie and Zach at Living Dayton on WDTN, a local NBC affiliate in Dayton, Ohio.
Matt Pasquinilli can be reached at (937)395-0333 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
aacdayton.com (Asian Arts Center Taekwondo and Karate School) for more information or thanxmom.org for a special offer on focus, self-defense, and character building martial arts programs for children living in the Miami Valley communities of Dayton, Kettering, Oakwood, Centerville, Springboro, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Vandalia, The Wright Patterson Air Force Base, and all contingent communities.
Matt Pasquinilli,Master Teacher and creater of Better Brain Breaks, talks to Katie Kenney of Channel 2, WDTN local NBC affiliate Living Dayton, about pushing for change. A fundraiser to send local children to MDA summer camp in 2016. Follow @pasquinilli on twitter.
Brain Breaks are simple 1-2 minute mind and body challenges. They are excellent for regaining focus in a meeting or a class. Your students will love you for them. Great for elementary, secondary, primary, adults, college, university students.
Matt Pasquinilli @pasquinilli http://www.pasquinilli.com
Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School in Dayton, Ohio. http://aacdayton.com http://daytontrickingacademy.com 1630 E. Stroop Rd., Kettering, Ohio Indian Ripple, Beavercreek, Ohio 45440 661 Lyons Rd., Centerville, Ohio 45459 (937)395-0333
Join us for this year’s Pushing For Change fundraiser! We will be sending children to MDA Summer Camp 10 push-ups at a time! Email me at email@example.com if you are interested in donating, pushing, or both!!
Matt Pasquinilli is the author of "The Child Whisperer" and co-author of "Behavior Coaching" with Dr. Scott Hall.
Matt also wrote "Martial Arts Business Master: 101 Tips To Build A Successful Martial Arts School." A Free report by clicking the link above.
Matt serves as the Executive Director of the non-profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, in Dayton, Ohio.
Back to school bullyproof tips from Master Teacher Matt Pasquinilli from the non profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School. Dayton, Ohio martial arts program for children and adults at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School 1630 E Stroop … read more
Matt Pasquinilli, Master Teacher and Behavior Change Pioneer at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, talks to Katie and Zach from WDTN, Channel 2’s Living Dayton about the 7 Steps To Homework Success. For more information on Matt … read more
Reminder: Members, as noted in the October – December newsletter, the Asian Arts Center will be observing our Annual Holiday Break beginning: Monday December 21st, 2015 through Saturday January 2nd, 2016. Please contact our office if you have any questions … read more