Balanced Life Skills is rolling out an exciting new theater program that will give students the opportunity to change the world. This program will teach students valuable life skills such as diction, movement, research and public speaking while harnessing their imaginations in order to tell compelling stories. They will also be exploring issues that are important to them and taking ownership of all aspects of production for piece that will engage the community and inspire people to become a part of the solution. Here is a look at what we have planned for the coming year. If you have questions
One of our students is moving out of town. He gave me this note. We were happy to have him as a student and even happier that he knows how to show respect and citizenship. Best to you Max!
Balanced Life Skills 10th Anniversary celebrated with Mr. Tony’s First Degree Test On Friday October 25, Balanced Life Skills hosted Mr. Tony for his First Degree Belt Test. It was a great evening and we will be posting some of the video from the test at later dates. In addition though I was surprised by another celebration that I was not aware was taking place. Ms. Ariel and others got together and created a picture book depicting our last 10 years of Balanced Life Skills. On November 3, 2003 – Balanced Life Skills was born. It’s start was in a
Our goals for the next few years is to have a martial arts, visual arts and performing arts as a part of our programs, reaching children where they are, building character, confidence and contribution. Here is our first program in the visual arts – ART IN MIND – developed and presented by Jen Selby, black belt candidate 2013. Please JOIN us on February 18 for a preview. Invite your friends to be a part of a revolution for all students. CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW THE PREVIEW WENT FOR THE ART IN MIND CLASS
Operation: BuddyPack was a huge success! Thank you to every student and family who contributed for the backpacks to be filled with toiletries, school supplies, and games or toys to pass the time! Thousands of children in the New Jersey and New York area are without homes and all of the comforts that a home usually brings. Thanks to you, 10 additional children have been given a backpack full of practical supplies, and comfort. Mr. Joe and I cannot express the gratitude we have for all of you – the families at BLS – that helped put a smile on