Confidence Boost Programme for Royal Society for Blind Children
Mixed Martial Arts for Reform and Progression (MMARAP) worked with the Royal Society for Blind Children to provide a tailor-made programme that helped to develop and improve the confidence of blind children and make them feel safer in public.
The especially designed sessions which were held at the MMARAP premises helped the children to break down barriers, learn new skills, beat depression, combat mental health issues, achieve positivity, better discipline and above all have lots of fun while doing so.
MMARAP’s 2019 programmes for the public caters for all ages, genders, disabilities and conditions. These include the very popular “Super Tuesday” session for women. An “women-only” session that are led by female instructors and ideal for women of all ages and sizes.
In addition to tailored programmes for individual and groups, MMARAP offers:
The Super Tuesday Sessions include:
- Females only from 1pm – 2pm for all ages
- Kids from 4.30pm – 5.15pm – Ages 6yrs – 14yrs
- Mixed group from 5.30pm – 6.30pm (male and female). All ages 40+ for the non-disabled, Deaf/Blind and disabled. Wheelchair access is available
Date: Every Tuesday
Where: Ringcross Community Centre, 60 Lough Road, Islington, N7, 8RH
For more information contact details listed below:
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 0333 0030 520
MMARAP was founded in 2012 by Jonathan Buffong, a published author, mixed martial arts athlete and enthusiast. The company is committed to supporting, training and mentoring young people and using Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) as a tool to develop essential life skills such as confidence, focus, discipline and respect.
The organisation is unique as it delivers its programmes to disabled and non-disabled individuals (and groups), providing high quality training and mentoring to assist with their development and empowerment.
It has a mission help young people gain confidence, employability skills and focus through its programmes.