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Practical Tips from Three Decades of Training Kids and Adults


Nonfiction / Martial Arts / Autism

Date Published: March 21, 2023


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In this book, Al details his decades of experience teaching martial arts, including various considerations ranging from curriculum to goals and challenges he overcame. Although Al teaches both neurotypicals and people on the autism spectrum, this book focuses on the latter. As you read the book, be prepared to take a walk with the author on a passionate journey.


I am a firm believer that Martial Arts is something ever child she get to participate in. It teaches invaluable skills and lessons to children. I absolutely loved Al Loren's approach and experience with those on the Autism Spectrum. His passion for both Martial Arts and helping children of all kinds really shines through with his story that highlights the journey he took, how he works with children, and so much more. 

About the Author

Al Loren is a Martial Arts Master teacher. He has taught over 35,000 classes with thirty-two years of full-time teaching. He is located in Marin County, California. Al teaches Karate, Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Aikido and trains in Ju Jitsu. He has been training continuously for over forty-three years. Al is highly regarded as an exceptional Martial Artist and highly skilled teacher.

He is well known for his excellence in teaching the Autism population and other special needs, including kids and adults. Al Loren is a graduate of American University in Washington D.C. with a B.A. in the School of International Service.


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