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Hiroshi Ikeda Aikido

Hiroshi Ikeda Aikido


Prof. Ron Meyer is Professor of Corporate Strategy at TiasNimbas Business School, Tilburg University. Ron studied Political Science at the University of Alberta in his native Canada. After receiving his bachelor s degree he moved to the Netherlands and got his MBA and PhD at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. From 1987 to 1998 he was a professor of strategic management at…


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Aikido Milwaukee

Aikido Milwaukee


Charles Tseng Sensei, 6th Dan, Kagami Biraki Seminar - January 7, 2017 Kenosha YMCA, 7101 53rd St, Kenosha, WI 53144 Time: Saturday, 12:00 - 2:00pm . Cost: $10.00 mat fee. Kagami Biraki, which literally means Mirror Opening (also known as the Rice Cutting Ceremony ), is a traditional Japanese celebration that is held in many martial arts dojos (usually on the second Saturday…


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Aikido Hong Kong

Aikido Hong Kong


Dojo Etiquette and Customs (updated 2013) The Rules & Bye-Laws of the Association and the Dojo Etiquette and Customs have been posted for members’ information. All members should readRules & Bye Laws of Associationand be aware of these Rules and are required to follow them. The Rules and Bye-Laws were agreed by the membership upon incorporation of the Association…


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Aikido Mountain View

Aikido Mountain View


Welcome to Aikido of Mountain View! Our dojo was founded in 1965 by – Shihan (7th dan). AIKIDO — the Path of Harmony. Robert Nadeau Shihan teaches Aikido as it was taught by . Aikido is an art of self-development, rather than pure self-defense. It opens up a way to disentangle and unify your “I” and allows your body to be in harmony with the world. When training on the mat…


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Emerald City Aikido

Emerald City Aikido


Sensei Tobey has a unique teaching style which encourages students to strive for their absolute best inside and outside of the dojo while maintain an exciting and entertaining atmosphere. This rare quality translates perfectly for students of all ages from the youngest beginners to the most experienced black belt adults. His passion for karate is evident in every class he teaches…


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Aikido Greenville SC

Aikido Greenville SC


Classes are scheduled: Saturday, 4pm - 6pm at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center (MMAC), 248 West 60th Street (near corner of West End Avenue) Rich Fryling , Head Instructor, currently holds the rank of Godan (5th degree black belt) in Shinshin Toitsu Aikido and Joden in Ki Development. He is a certified Associate Lecturer and Assistant Examiner with Ki no Kenkyukai…


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Aikido Portland Oregon

Aikido Portland Oregon


About In our Kids Programs, we instill in our students the qualities that will help them throughout their lives. Through the principles of Aikido our kids learn that Commitment, Respect, Focus, Self-Discipline, Hard Work and Effort always make for a rewarding experience and bring positive results. We build our classes in a way where the kids know exactly how many classes they…


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Aikido of Maine

Aikido of Maine


Aikido, often referred to as, The Art of Peace, is a non-competitive Japanese martial-art that uses partner practice to nurture a spirit of harmony and mutual assistance. The techniques are based on the principle of blending movement with the breath and energy of our partner. Its is an effective martial art designed to lead to a peaceful resolution of conflict and is well suited…


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Pat Hendricks Aikido

Pat Hendricks Aikido


TEACHER LINEAGE After intensive study of various swordfighting and jujutsu styles, Morihei Ueshiba became famous as one of the strongest men of Japan. In 1919, he turned towards the spiritual, pacifistic teachings of the Omoto religion and started to develop the Art of Peace. In 1942, in the midst of the chaos of World War II, O-Sensi named his new martial art Aikido. He moved…


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Aikido Canberra

Aikido Canberra


Fridays at Tuggeranong: 4 pm-5 pm, 5 – 8 and 9 – Teen years old. Adult classes are in two locations, Deakin and O’Connor : Wednesday 6-8 pm Aikido; at the Air Scouts Hall, La Trobe Park, cnr of Gawler Crescent & Melbourne Avenue Deakin. 8-9 pm, Shinto Muso Ryu Kenjutsu Study Group, at the Air Scouts Hall, La Trobe Park, cnr of Gawler Crescent & Melbourne Avenue…


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Aikido Founder

Aikido Founder


Aikido s founder, Morihei Ueshiba, was born in Japan on December 14, 1883. As a boy, he often saw local thugs beat up his father for political reasons. He set out to make himself strong so that he could take revenge. He devoted himself to hard physical conditioning and eventually to the practice of martial arts, receiving certificates of mastery in several styles of jujitsu…


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Aikido wrist locks

Aikido wrist locks


Wristlocks and most other standing joint locks are almost always secondary grappling skills: one must already be able to dominate using basic gross-movement wrestling skills like pummeling, grip/hand fighting, foot-sweeps, hip throws, body locks, and so on. Part of the problem is strength: standing wristlocks and armbars rely on an opponent being either ignorant, weaker, caught…


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Video de Aikido

Video de Aikido


Katori Shinto-ryu is the Japanese art of fencing with weapons. On this page there is a video showing practicing with weapons by Tenshin Shoden Katori Shinto-ryu school technique. More details » Trainings in Mumonkan Aikido Club As you know, Aikido is not just a form of martial arts. It is a philosophy which is deeply influenced by religious concepts of peace and universal harmony…


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Aikido Defense

Aikido Defense


What you re really asking for is insight into the strengths and weaknesses of Aikido pertaining to self-defense scenarios. Aikido uses a small number of throws, joint locks, submissions, and strikes. There are some holds and submissions done from the ground. A number of breakfalls are trained. There is some weapons training as well, notably the 4-foot Jo staff. Core to all…


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Aikido Minnesota

Aikido Minnesota


Monday 6:30 – 7:30 am Aikido (Dan Sensei) 5:30 – 6:30 pm Aikido Kids – Advanced (Age 7+; yellow belts and up) 7:00 – 9:00 pm Danzan Ryu Jujitsu Tuesday 5:30 – 7:00 pm Basic Aikido (Marla Sensei) Wednesday 6:30 – 7:30 am Aikido Weapons (Steve Sensei / Chris Sensei) 7:00 – 9:00 pm Danzan Ryu Jujitsu Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 pm Aikido Kids (Age 7+) (Olympia Sensei) 6:45 – 8:00 pm…


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British Aikido Association

British Aikido Association


Aikido practise can benefit everyone, male or female, young or old, of any ethnic or national origin. All can enjoy and improve their health and fitness by attending regular and well run classes. The formal and more cerebral aspect of our system appeal to certain students, the competitive and sports side to others. Its full and natural body movement has aerobic benefits for…


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York Aikido

York Aikido


Hoa Newens Senior Student of Saito Sensei Recommended: Aikido Classes Dojo Instructors Adult Aikido Classes Aikido Styles Aikido founder, Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), was one of the few martial artists in world history known for taking on any adversary and remaining undefeated. He holds similar ranks as the famed swordsman Miyamoto Musashi, Yang Lu Chan of Yang style Tai Chi…


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North Shore Aikido

North Shore Aikido


Josh Drachman, 6th Dan Drachman Sensei has over 30 years of Aikido experience and has been actively training under Saotome Shihan since 1995. He is a Rokudan in ASU, a member of Ueshiba Juku and Treasurer of the ASU Board of Directors. He began his Aikido training under Saotome Shihan in 1982 and trained at the Aikido Shobukan Dojo in Washington, D.C. from 1982-1984. He trained…


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Aikido North London

Aikido North London


Instructors of the North London Aikido Dojo The Technical Directors and Chief Instructors of the North London Aikido Dojo are Ken Gannon & Linda McQuillan. Ken Gannon Linda McQuillan Ken, who is currently 5th Dan, started practising aikido in 1977 at Trinity College, Dublin under John Rogers 6th Dan (Technical Director of the Irish Aikido Federation). Linda, who is…


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Aikido of Red Bank

Aikido of Red Bank


Chester Griffin, Chief Instructor, Rokudan (6th degree black belt) and Shidoin, began practicing Aikido in 1968 and has never looked back. His love and dedication to the art is evident through his vibrant classes and emphasis on fundamentals. He continues to travel to receive instruction at the New York Aikikai to study with Yamada Sensei and attends various seminars. James…


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