Martial arts can help relieve stress during MCO

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  • Thursday, 28 Jan 2021

Rafferty (right) with his students, striking a pose, after their successful grading. Photo: Aisya J Way

Just a 20-minute online session of Choi Kwang Do (pronounced as “Choi Kwon Doh”, CKD) helps alleviate the stress of being cooped at home during the movement control order (MCO), says Harrison Rafferty, a master Instructor of the martial art form which was introduced to South East Asia in 1987.

“One of the biggest challenges during the MCO is regulating our mood, especially when confined for prolonged periods of time at home, and this can impact the whole family negatively, ” he says.

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