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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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Women in Aikido

Women in Aikido


Why are women so good at Aikido? What is it about the martial art of aikido that draws and keeps so many ladies? First of all, Aikido is different from most martial arts. Instead of defeating or overcoming an opponent, the goal of aikido is to harmonize with your opponent in order to neutralize the conflict. The word ‘opponent’ is used when talking about sports, wars and other…


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Aikido Washington DC

Aikido Washington DC


Professional Instruction at its FINEST Washington DC s Aikido Family Martial Arts & Kids Karate are trained professionals at teaching the character building traits that develop black belts from the inside out; focus, discipline, self-control and perseverance to name a few. You won t find student instructors at our school. We maintain a staff of highly skilled, thoroughly…


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Aikido real life

Aikido real life


By | Many people who practice aikido have read the famous story titled “A Kind Word Turneth Away Wrath” written by Terry Dobson about an incident that occurred on a train in Tokyo. This tale gained fame due to its publication in “Reader’s Digest” sometime in the 1970s. It appears all over the Internet and is pointed to with pride by many aikido practitioners as an example of…


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Aikido Brisbane

Aikido Brisbane


Newstead dojo – 95 Commercial Rd 6.30 – 8.00 am 6.15 – 7.30 pm Aikido Open Class Aikido Open Class Aikido Beginners Class Aiki Weapons Study Introduction/Beginners 6.30 – 7.30 am 5.30 – 7.30 pm Jodo/Iaido Saturday 8.30 – 10.00 am 7.00 – 8.30 am Aiki Weapons NB. No classes held on public holidays! Brisbane Aikikai conducts training on every day of the week with a mixture of…


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Aikido Wallpaper

Aikido Wallpaper


Within even my brief aikido training, I and others keep hearing about the value of positive ki (energy/attention). Supposedly, one should always be extending positive ki, not negative ki. For some of us who started off with the very basic lectures about Keep One Point and Extend Ki,we were left with the question, What is this so-called positive ki and why is it…


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Kotegaeshi Aikido

Kotegaeshi Aikido


This video engendered many comments on Facebook and the Aikido Journal blog site. Here are three videos linked by participants in the discussion that illustrate solutions to the kotegaeshi problem, the first by Hitohiro Saito Sensei, the second by Christian Tissier Sensei, and the third by Tsutomu Chida Sensei. Hitohiro Saito Sensei demonstrates kotegaeshi: Christian Tissier…


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Aikido self Defense

Aikido self Defense


Kokikai Aikido is one of the most modern martial arts. It’s principles are simple: concentrate both the mind and body, and focus that concentration on taking your opponent’s balance. The result is an effective martial art with an unprecedented degree of control. An experienced student not only can take someone off-balance, but control their attackers fall. It is because of…


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Aikido Indianapolis

Aikido Indianapolis


(317) 721-5129 I took bellydancing here with Celeste for about six months. I had to take a break due to scheduling issues, but I hope to be back as soon as possible. I can t say enough good things about Celeste (or Isabelle, her real name). She s very approachable, funny, a good teacher and has an adorable French Canadian accent. A six-week course costs $60, meaning that each…


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Aikido Malaysia

Aikido Malaysia


As a form of budo (martial ways), aikido offers more than just a fighting art. It is the path of personal discovery and character improvement. The path on which you have taken the first steps, is different for each person. However, if you train diligently you will see improvements in many areas of your life. Some of the benefits include physical fitness, improved self-confidence…


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Aikido Norwich

Aikido Norwich


Steve Fyffe, 4th Dan, Norfolk and Norwich Shin-Gi-Tai Yodokan Steve is 63 and was born blind. Despite this, he has practised martial arts for most of his life. He started Judo in 1957 and continued until approximately, 1976. He attained the rank of 4th Dan BJA and BJC. Steve started Aikido as soon as he was allowed to in the mid to late 1960s. At the present time he holds the…


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Aikido Denver

Aikido Denver


Ki-Aikido, a Japanese defensive martial art, works with the energy of an attack. The fluid rhythmic arts unbalance the opponent, taking her/him to the ground in a throw or pin. More than a martial art, the mind/body coordination practice of Ki-Aikido develops physical and mental balance, flexibility, and focus for handling the challenges of everyday life. Ki-Aikido does not…


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Aikido Delaware

Aikido Delaware


Steve Leo Steve Leo was born in Rochester, Pennsylvania and began his Aikido training under Okimura Shihan, in 1994, during his undergraduate study at the University of Delaware. He assisted Okimura Shihan in developing Aikido in lower Delaware, as well as, assisting at the Aikido Delaware Aikikai Dojo. Steve received his Shodan in 2 and Nidan in 2005, and currently holds the…


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Aikido of Scottsdale

Aikido of Scottsdale


Click to watch Miyamoto Sensei at the 2009 All Japan Aikido Demonstration. Brinsley Sensei can be seen taking some of the ukemi. Please enjoy! On Memorial Day Monday May 30th come train at the 9am class - all other classes are cancelled. Normal schedule resumes Tuesday May 31st. Schedule Change: The dojo will be closed tomorrow Sat May 21st. Normal schedule resumes Sunday May…


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Aikido in Japan

Aikido in Japan


I, the Soshihan of Aikido Kobayashi Dojo, began my Aikido career at Hombu Dojo in April of 1955. Just three months or so after I started practice, a demonstration for the public was held on the roof of the Takashimaya Department store in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. This was a great opportunity to make known Aikido to a wider audience, and featured the founder, Morihei Ueshiba. Soon…


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Fort Collins Aikido

Fort Collins Aikido


Facing physical, mental, and spiritual challenges, the Aikido practitioner gains positive physical aspects such as strength, muscle tone, stamina, etc. He gains mental discipline and strength that manifests in ways such as confidence, perseverance, and commitment. As a child is said to be free and on his own after his physical and mental abilities have matured, the same can…


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