Master Karen Eden: Inspiration and Philosophy Add Real Value to Your Classes, Part 3

Karen Eden magazine
MAWN: You have run a lot of community programs, how does that all sort of tie together and what kind of advice might you have for someone in that sphere? KE: Right. I actually started a very large community program. Here in Denver, I literally would go in on a Saturday and teach martial arts in the ghetto streets, kids, former gang members, you name it and then just go on down the street to my TV job. It’s hilarious to see where you literally go down the street where you’re in the ghetto and the houses are just getting better as you go down the street. It really does

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