HORA-TRACK Tradition and History
The first introduction of the HORA® tradition and the modern history of the HORA-TRACK
“I love the people that have not happened yet.
This dance — is an anti-narcotics track. This dance — is their defense.
The body sheds the shackles of the mind; the mind rests, takes a break from concerns about the body аnd stops controlling it. The body, freed from the shackles, becomes free. And the mind soars in such a body. This dance means is to be in good athletic shape, in the very minimum.
I love the people that have not happened yet.”
The motivation for introduction of the HORA® dance (HORA-TRACK) to the outsideis related to a story of one of the friends of the Master HORA son. The son’s friend started taking drugs. Master knew him when he was still a kid; he still visits Master son in his house, and Master likes him very much. The children grew up together, ate together; when they would get soaked by rain, they would exchange dry clothes. Their mothers stood on both sides. It did not matter whose house they were in. They were always protected by motherly care.