Instructor Profile - Aida de Demko
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Instructor Profile - Aida de Demko

By Arakan Martial Art on April 26, 2016 in Instructor Profiles | comments

STUDENT SINCE: November 2010

HOW YOU FOUND ARAKAN:
I won a voucher at a networking function. The rest, as they say, is history!

WHAT YOU LOVE ABOUT TEACHING:
 I love sharing Arakan with ladies. Seeing how much a student develops and grows, seeing them become more confident and empowered through Arakan. That has to be one of the greatest gifts as an instructor.

MOST MEMORABLE ARAKAN MOMENT:
Difficult to narrow it down to one; attending my first Elite Guard was mind blowing! Any seminar with our Chief Instructor is incredible!

ARAKAN GOALS FOR 2016:
To get over 10 in my next beep test. Finding my bliss through training. It’s like a holiday from life; being in the moment is incredible and finding more moments like that in my training.

SUNDAY ACTIVITY:
Domestics! Haha Going for breakfast (more coffee), spending time with loved ones and keeping active.  

WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY WATCHING/READING:
I don’t watch TV. I’m currently reading ‘The Alchemist’ by Paolo Coelho (again) and ‘The Law of Attraction’ by Esther and Jerry Hicks.

FAVOURITE PLACE TO EAT OUT AT:
I’m a coffee addict and have a couple of favourite haunts – Flannery’s Refuel Depot in Robina is definitely a fav! 

 

 

 

 




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