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Aikido Schools of Ueshiba

Aikido Schools of Ueshiba


The Aikido Schools of Ueshiba (ASU), established by Mitsugi Saotome Shihan in 1975, is the membership organization that affiliates all of the Aikido dojos under the instruction of Saotome Shihan and his senior students. ASU is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and is recognized by Aikido World Headquarters in Tokyo…
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Aikido Schools New York

Aikido Schools New York


New York City, 1962. Not much is known about a relatively new martial art called aikido outside of Japan. But an informal club, originating at Columbia University, was able to rent practice space in Manhattan’s mostly industrial Chelsea neighborhood and incorporate as The New York Aikikai, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to teaching aikido. Membership grew and they…


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Aikido, Facebook

Aikido, Facebook


“CONGRATULATIONS!” And thank you for your family’s interest in Aikido Center! Let’s get started: For a limited time, you can invite a second family member to learn Aikido together for the price of only one member. Let’s do the math! One full time Adult = $125 per month. Two would be $200.00 “But not in this case!” Right now both of you can have unlimited training (up to 5 days…


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Aikido workout

Aikido workout


I was curious if anyone had any comments regarding the issue of weightlifting and Aikido? When I was involved with Karate and Tae Kwon Do, we were always told to stay away from lifting weights. The reason being that it would make our bodies unflexible and sluggish. Though studies have shown that weight lifting will increase your power (Obviously 8-)) and also improve overall…


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Christian Aikido

Christian Aikido


What is Budō? from Wikipedia: Budō is a compound of the root bu (武:ぶ), meaning war or martial; and dō (道:どう), meaning path or way. Specifically, dō is derived from the Buddhist Sanskrit mārga (meaning path ). The term refers to the idea of formulating propositions, subjecting them to philosophical critique and then following a path to realize them. Dō signifies a way of…


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Yoko Okamoto Aikido

Yoko Okamoto Aikido


Realizing our limits and what we can t do helps us to find out what we can do and it allows us to develop our abilities. Of course the work must be done under Tanren-keiko conditions [EDITOR S NOTE: consistent daily effort to forge and temper the body]. Moreover, physical strength is not just a simple wall, but it can actually lead to a profound delusion I think. Guillaume…


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Aikido Birmingham

Aikido Birmingham


USA Martial Arts Federation Southeast Region Headquarters The USA Martial Arts Federation’s Southeast Region is proud of its heritage and honored to be part of a martial arts family network linking Korea, Japan, the United States and Canada. Our students and instructors are certified on both national and international levels. For over 30 years, Southeast Regional Director…


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BOXING vs. AIKIDO

BOXING vs. AIKIDO


The Asian martial arts have received a tremendous amount of exposure in the past century and are now almost universally known. Meanwhile, we in the West have neglected many of our own martial arts traditions, which in some cases have fallen into obscurity—much as the Asian systems had at the end of the 19th century. The Japanese martial arts were rescued by Jigoro Kano, Gichin…


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Learn Aikido online

Learn Aikido online


Advanced Programs are for Aikido student who want to take their training to the next level. We offer a number of programs, including weekend and online courses to further educate those students who are looking to get the most out of their Aikido career. Please note that in order to participate in some of the advanced programs, there are prerequisites. If you have any questions…


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Aikido forward roll

Aikido forward roll


Stand with your left leg in front and your right leg behind you. Lower yourself to one knee, with your left knee raised and your right foot behind you. Try to keep your right toes pressed to the ground, instead of the top of your right foot. This is referred to as live toe , and will become important for more advanced ukemi. Rotate your right leg so that your foot ends up…


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Aikido Republic

Aikido Republic


Just back from Sydney and an enlightened seminar with Sensei Bill Gleason. He has gone another level from the 2014 series of teachings. The pure forms are there but generated so much more now utilizing Aiki. The introduction of rotation, how and when to use it, coupled with elbow power, are a have to be felt proposition. But worth every second you can get in contact with Sensei…


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Vancouver Aikido

Vancouver Aikido


Vancouver Shomonkai is a non-profit society whose major goal is to contribute to the communities in the Greater Vancouver area by promoting health and fitness as well as Japanese culture through the art of aikido. The society was founded by direct students of Morito Suganuma Shihan (Aikikai 8th Dan) and people in the Greater Vancouver Area who are interested in Shohei Juku…


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Edinburgh Aikido

Edinburgh Aikido


Monday 6.30 – 8pm, All Levels 8-9pm, Weapons Wednesday 6.30 – 8pm, All Levels 8 – 9pm, Beginners Epworth Halls, Nicolson Square, EH8 9BX. Costs: £5 per class, first class is free £35 per month for any 2 classes / week £45 per month for any 3 classes / week £55 per month for all 4 classes / week All Level Classes Suitable for all levels and covers the main aspects of aikido…


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Aikido video lessons

Aikido video lessons


In the Child-Parent Class, children learn to: calm their minds direct their energy positively develop self-confidence always do their best Please call ahead: 7 2 0 . 2 8 8 . 0 2 3 3. A short interview with the parent (and child) is recommended prior to the first class. Open to children ages 6 to 12. No prior knowledge is required for participation. 8:1 maximum student:teacher/assistant…


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Aikido Australia

Aikido Australia


Aikido is a relatively new martial art developed from ancient physical practices infused with Shinto spirituality and mysticism by Morihei Ueshiba (O’Sensei) in the last century. Diligent training in Aikido develops coordination of body, Mind and spirit .Through its philosophy and techniques, Aikido can bring us in harmony with our environment, other people and ourselves. Unlike…


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Aikido Tucson

Aikido Tucson


Aikido, meaningthe way to union with universal energy , is a modern Japanese martial art developed by Morihei Ueshiba over the period of the 1930s to the 1960s. Aikido contains a very significant spiritual component which is the result of Ueshiba s interaction with religion, such as Shinto and Buddhism. Thus, Aikido is also refered to as the way of spiritual harmony or…


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YouTube Aikido

YouTube Aikido


By | The internet has changed so many things for so many activities and past times. If not revolutionised, it has at the very least altered in some way, almost every part of people’s lives, even for the simplest of things. For example I was cooking from a recipe book just the other day, but the temperatures for the recipe were in ˚C, problem being that I have a gas cooker…


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Aikido Wirral

Aikido Wirral


Ezra Shihan 7th Dan Shihan (Aikikai Foundation) Ezra Shihan has studied Aikido and healing arts for over 40 years. Born on the Wirral in 1945, he began training in Aikido as a teenager and has continued his studies with various Japanese teachers. Ezra Shihan is respected throughout the British Isles and many other parts of the world for the quality of his instruction. He has…


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Rules of Aikido

Rules of Aikido


Here are some of them: Entering and leaving the dojo, it is necessary to bow towards the place where the portrait of O-Sensei is. Aikido is a long and not an easy Way. With this bow you pay a tribute of respect to the place where you penetrate into the secrets of this martial art. Food, smoking, and gum chewing are forbidden at trainings. You may drink mineral water. However…


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Aikido Yuishinkai

Aikido Yuishinkai


‘Every river has a name. However, these names disappear when they flow into the great ocean. Aikido has many styles, many names, but Aikido is Aikido. It is my vision and hope that, like the rivers, they flow together and unite as one.’ Koretoshi Maruyama Koretoshi Maruyama was born in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, on October 5, 1936. He graduated from the Economics Department of Keio…


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