Balance between big sister & teacher in iTeachiPower.in

Need Base India Rainbow Home, Bengaluru iTeachiPower.in Girl Safety Empowerment & Military Girl Self Defense Education Workshop Teaching young girls is always a challenge as well as a learning experience. Kids get distracted easily and it becomes a fun challenge to keep their eyes on you as well as make them understand what you are teaching. I got a chance to work on this skill in Need Base India Rainbow Home, Bengaluru. I started the session with a short introduction about myself followed by a story. I told them the story of my first pushup and how hard it was for me in the beginning and my gradual improvement to doing 40 pushups. My father, Guru-ji Franklin Joseph told me to do a pushup as a demonstration of what I was talking about. One of the reasons why I think it is important to demonstrate me doing a push up Read More

My first solo iTeachiPower.in workshop with girls

Baale Mane, Gopalapura iTeachiPower.in – Girl Safety Empowerment & Girl Self Defense Wellness Education Workshop It is important to start somewhere. I started my journey as a solo instructor/mentor with iTeachiPower.in Girl Safety Empowerment & Self Defense Education through an online workshop with the Baale Mane, a non-profit organisation in Gopalapura. It was my first solo workshop because my dad Mr. Franklin Joseph was in Bengaluru taking his Krav Maga Israeli Military Self Defense classes. Despite taking many Krav Maga Israeli Military Self Defense classes in the past, I was a little nervous starting out, since this was the first time I was the teacher and mentor for a group of teens and kids. My syllabus and my years of training told me what I needed to teach. But at the beginning, I was a bit concerned that the girls might not enjoy my training. Despite this, I drew strength from Read More

iTeachiPower.in Intro session with Indian Railways

“This was my first workshop where I spoke alone, it was hard and challenging, but it taught how to face my fear of public speaking. The introductory workshop was conducted by Evolve Lives Foundation, who’s head Mrs Ottilie Kumar Anban, was invited as a chief guest by South West Railways, Hubballi Division on the occasion of International Women Day, March 8th 2020. My father, Mr Franklin Joseph, Mrs Ottilie Kumar & I, Krystal Joseph were invited on the stage by the hostess & her team. We were felicitated with flowers and gifts for volunteering our time to teach the women about safety and self-defence in the workshop. The session started with Mrs Ottilie Kumar sharing psychological positive wellness aspects of this workshop. Then, my father, a specialist in Krav Maga Self Defense tactics explained the importance of women safety in today’s world. I took the stage to start educating the Read More