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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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Verbal Aikido

Verbal Aikido


Aikido, said its founder, is the art of reconciliation. Whoever has the mind to fight has broken his connection with the universe. If you try to dominate other people, you are already defeated. We study how to resolve conflict, not how to start it.- What a stupid idea! your colleague bursts out. It will never work. Say, You are wrong,and you escalate the conflict. Say…


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Aikido Watford

Aikido Watford


Pat Hendricks, 7th Dan, began studying Aikido in 1974 while a student at Monterey Peninsula College in California under Stan Pranin. In 1976 moved to Iwama, Japan, where she became uchi-deshi and a student of Saito Sensei for two years. Over the next 25 years Pat Sensei returned regularly to Iwama as uchi-deshi under Saito Sensei. She still returns to this day. In 1984 she…


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Combat Aikido

Combat Aikido


In other words history and description of our activities Combat is struggle. Combat is fight. When linked to a particular martial art this concept defines techniques, tactics and ways we react in situations of immediate dangers, sport fight, self-defense and martial system that might be learned quickly, e.g. Combat Karate, Combat Kalaki, Combat Ju-Jitsu or Combat Tai-Chi. Frequently…


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Aikido Ann Arbor

Aikido Ann Arbor


For the prospective martial arts student, Ann Arbor is a mecca in the Midwest. More than any other location in Michigan, Ann Arbor has a wide variety of martial arts styles taught by many well respected sensei (teachers). You can find training opportunities at community centers, college and university gyms, health clubs, fitness centers and dojos (training halls). Among the…


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Aikido Minneapolis

Aikido Minneapolis


Twin Cities Aikido Center is the premier Aikido dojo in the Minneapolis / Saint Paul metropolitan area. The Center is a member of the United States Aikido Federation (USAF), and operates under the guidance of Yoshimitsu Yamada Sensei (8th Dan, Shihan). It is recognized by the Aikikai Foundation and Hombu Dojo, home to Aikido’s principal teacher, Doshu Moriteru Ueshiba, the…


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London Aikido

London Aikido


The following article has been used with the kind permission of Seiji Tanaka Sensei of the Japan Aikido Association. First of all, I would like to explain how, where and why Tomiki Aikido started. It goes back to the month of April, 1958 when Waseda University approved our Aikido Club as an officially sanctioned sport club (called “Undo Bu” in Japanese), while no other universities…


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Midwest Aikido

Midwest Aikido


Midwest Aikido Center 40th Anniversary Seminar with Y. Yokota Shihan Oct 16-18, 2015 Thanks to all who helped us celebrate at the MAC s 40th Anniversary Seminar. We were once again pleased and honored to welcome Y. Yokota Shihan, 7th degree black belt from Aikido World Headquarters (Hombu Dojo) in Tokyo. This was Yokota Sensei s tenth visit to the Midwest Aikido Center. This…


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Aikido Peterborough

Aikido Peterborough


Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere, An Illustrated Introduction by Oscar Ratti and Adele Westbrook From the Amazon.com web site: QUITE SIMPLY, THE VERY BEST AIKIDO BOOK EVER Ever since age, 5; I ve been an absolutely avid collector of martial arts books; believe me, I ve collected tons; honestly, this one is THE BEST! A reader from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, July 25, 1 The…


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Kingston Aikido

Kingston Aikido


STYLES / ORGANISATION IN AIKIDO Different aikido styles, teaching methods and organisations began to appear during the later years of o-sense s life and exploded in to existence after his death. Generally the first six listed have been considered major. 1. Aikikai The largest aikido organisation, and is led by the family of the founder. Numerous sub-organisations and teachers…


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Aikido of Manhattan

Aikido of Manhattan


62 E 4th St Fl 5 Manhattan, NY 13 (336) 749-3277 During the past year of training, I formed strong love with Aikido and connection with everyone within Zenshinkai Aikido of Manhattan Dojo. As a foreign student on an internship, the Dojo was more like a second family for me. I am proud of being a part of this dojo family, beloved, and training with everyone and Wagener Sensei…


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Aikido VS Tai Chi

Aikido VS Tai Chi


The two styles are extremely different. Both are considered soft styles, but they are soft, by and large, in two very different ways. Aikido uses physics principles to take advantage of weight and momentum in order to put your adversary into an inferior position, whether a throw or a lock, etc. Taichichuan, as it is practiced by the most skilled person I know, is not about…


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Aikido Winnipeg

Aikido Winnipeg


Welcome to Aikido of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Founded in 1991, Aikido of Winnipeg was established as a not-for-profit dojo at its current location in 2004. The chief instructor, Doug Reichert, is a Yondan (4th Dan) registered with the Aikikai Honbu dojo in Tokyo, Japan. The Aikido of Winnipeg dojo trains in the Iwama style of Aikido as passed on from Morihei…


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Aikido Melbourne

Aikido Melbourne


Ki Aikido with Michael Geisner….. Why do Ki Aikido with me – Michael Geisner? People do Ki Aikido because it is a unique martial art. It’s not another “punch & kick” style like Karate or Tae Kwon Do. Instead of trading blows, we learn how to get out of the way, take control of an attack and bring a swift end to the conflict without being aggressive or violent. It’s…


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