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Terry Dobson Aikido

Terry Dobson Aikido


A turning point came in my life one day on a train in the suburbs of Tokyo, in the middle of a drowsy spring afternoon. The old car clanked and rattled over the rails. It was comparatively empty—a few housewives with their kids in tow, some old folks out shopping, a couple of off-duty bartenders studying…
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Iwama Ryu Aikido

Iwama Ryu Aikido


Iwama Aikido is a style of Aikido that originated in Iwama Japan. When Morihei Ueshiba (Osensei) retired to Iwama after WWII, he started refining all the martial arts that he mastered. Osensei fused the ken, jo and Taijutsu together. Saito Morihiro Sensei a native of Iwama was there during these years of refinement. The result, traditional Aikido was born. There are Iwama Uchideshi…


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Wing Chun VS Aikido

Wing Chun VS Aikido


There have been some great answers already, but as someone who cross-trained in those arts and did a lot of self-defence stuff, I thought I could offer some comments. First - it really depends on what you are after. De-escalation and running away are always the best way to preserve your skin intact. Only fight as an absolute last resort. Second - Assuming you have to fight…


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Aikido Eastside

Aikido Eastside


Aikido is a virtually infinite martial art. It is, at its best, a way of re-discovering the Universe in one’s self. It is an effective form of self defense at the same time it is an invaluable system for personal development. Traditionally Aikido was practiced as a “Martial Way” or Budo. It was very severe training and was not widely practiced by members of the population as…


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Aikido Information

Aikido Information


Agatsu Self victory. According to the founder, true victory (MASAKATSU) is the victory one achieves over oneself (AGATSU). Thus one of the founder s slogans was MASAKATSU AGATSU - The true victory of self-mastery. Aikido The word aikido is made up of three Japanese characters: AI - harmony, KI - spirit, mind, or universal energy, DO - the Way. Thus aikido is the Way…


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Aikido Philadelphia

Aikido Philadelphia


Utada Kancho Your efforts must focus…on an invisible path, which only you can see and on which you allow yourself no excuses. Utada Kancho Yukio Utada AANA President Chief Instructor, Doshinkan Dojo, DAI Founder Yukio Utada was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1948. The youngest of 9 children, he excelled athletically since a very young age. He was exposed to various Japanese martial…


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Learn Aikido in Japan

Learn Aikido in Japan


Aikido Yoshinkan Training Details. General Course This is the general course. Basic standing techniques, kneeling techniques, applied techniques, and weapons techniques are practiced. Basics Course This class is for beginners. From the basic stance up to the 4th kyu level are practiced. General Senshusei Course This class is recommended for those who seek intensive training…


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Aikido Class New York

Aikido Class New York


Monday THURSDAY SUNDAY 6:00pm - 7:00pm 12:30pm - 2:00pm Basic Aikido Basic Aikido, Weapons 7:10pm - 8:10pm Advanced Weapons* Basic Weapons* TUESDAY FRIDAY All evening classes taught by Shizuo 6:00pm - 8:00pm 6:00pm - 7:10pm Imaizumi, 7th Dan. Aikido, Ki Exercise, Ukemi Basic Aidiko Day classes taught by advanced students. 7:20pm - 8:20pm Classes are open to all students (except…


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Seattle Aikido

Seattle Aikido


The Seattle Ki Society offers a dynamic children s program that emphasizes safety, smiles, and simple aikido. Basics of Ki-Aikido are taught in a traditionally disciplined yet fun setting. Our focus is on doing! Basic stretching, rolling and exercises are done by everyone. Children learn to count in Japanese and also learn the basics of aikido etiquette. Everyone gets a great…


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Online Aikido

Online Aikido


Aikido is a martial art that focuses on being in harmony with any type of attack. As new-age and fluffy as this idea sounds, the principles of the art are based on ancient Samurai sword battles, where the smallest mental or physical misstep could mean death. Aikido can be as graceful as ballet or as direct and immediate as lightning. The philosophy and physicality of aikido…


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Street Aikido

Street Aikido


These classes focus on ukemi skills, fundamental principles, and basic techniques. While targeted for beginners, all are welcome. Material is geared to those in attendance. BASICS Basics classes emphasize techniques that students are first tested on in the lower ranks. Generally, techniques will be organized along one theme (various ways of using one movement, for example…


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Systema Aikido

Systema Aikido


SHARE THIS DEAL In a Nutshell From the merchant: Traditional & evolved Japanese & Russian martial arts. Clean, professional, diverse, and welcoming environment.Welcome! The Fine Print Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for…


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Aikido for children

Aikido for children


2) Aikido teaches kids to be calm. Of course, kids shouldn t be calm all the time. But Aikido gives them the choice. If they need to sit still at school, or concentrate on homework, or focus during sports, Aikido shows them exactly how to do that. The techniques and ki testing we do teach them correct calmness. This is entirely different from keeping their emotions bottled…


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Aikido Santa Rosa

Aikido Santa Rosa


Day Time Monday 7:45 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Thursday Dojo Office / Mailing Address Don Stratton 508 Lohrman Lane Petaluma, CA 94952 Phone: (707) 591-1620 About Aikido A Japanese martial art that emphasizes harmony by blending with an opponent s attack and redirecting it, as opposed to the use of strength to block and attack. There are no contests or competitions in Aikido. It is…


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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, Japan as an international Aikido organization. Currently there are over…


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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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