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Most of us realize that stress impacts our lives in uncomfortable ways, but few of us understand the full impact that stress has on our health and well-being. Different kinds of stress affect us in varying ways. Excessive excitement can also create stress, though often perceived in a good way. Of the two types, Read More

Scotts Flat Lake

HOT news for JULY ~ **Sizzle Sizzle** How did we get to mid-summer already with just a little more than a month before our younger students head back to school? Time does fly on the Hikari Ryuza rocket ship! We hope everyone had a safe, but FUN, 4th of July. Check out what else is, Read More

Jujutsu Throw

Barreling Full Speed into Summer Just Wow! What an Incredible Show!!! We successfully produced and executed our Annual Performance, and they liked it! No, they loved it! We had over 100 people attend, and a fair number of those had no previous exposure to our Center. Everyone did a spectacular job, and worked so hard, Read More

carnation

Summer’s Around the Corner It’s here!  Well, very nearly…May 22nd is our Center’s annual performance, and we’re so excited!  Everyone has been working really hard on his/her demos and dances, and it is so appreciated.  Just a little longer now, and we are ready to show the world what we’re made of! See what, Read More

supplements

The Big Picture As you well know, we take total health and wellness seriously here at the Hikari Ryuza Center. In addition to a healthy diet and exercise, proper dietary supplementation is a sure way to ensure your body is receiving all of the micronutrients it needs on a daily basis. The supplements that, Read More

Poppy in field of purple flowers

In Full Swing It’s Spring! And it’s a busy time at the Hikari Ryuza Center! This month we are holding auditions for a Dance Cooperative, rehearsing like mad for our annual performance on May 22nd, and we continue to be inspired by the incredible upswing in health and wellness of our members. Here’s our newsletter, Read More

Martial Arts Teach Non-Violence

Martial arts training, when it is taught properly, as in, it involves an emphasis on character building, leads to improved self-esteem, confidence, respect, and self-discipline, as well the ability to defend oneself and/or others unable to defend for themselves against potential physical harm. How does that relate to non-violence? By developing the qualities listed, Read More

heart of wood

Happy Valentine’s Day! It’s the season of loooooooove, and nowhere more than at the Hikari Ryuza Center!  From us to you, Happy Valentines Day! In fact, we’re doing a Valentines exchange at our Saturday, February 13th Bujutsu class – come to class, bring a Valentine for someone special (secret or not!), and see if, Read More

March 2016

Spring has Sprung! Ok, almost. By the end of this month, Winter will be done and Spring will be here, and we’re just as excited about that as the next bunny. Spring brings lots of activities (but we’re always doing lots of activities, so we’re cool with it). Here are some important Springy reminders for, Read More

Graduation

During my graduation ceremony from Sierra College, one of the key speakers made a profound impact on me. I’m sad to say I don’t remember her name, but her words and emotion I will never forget. It was one of those moments when you are unexpectedly pulled out of the mundane and feel intimately, Read More