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Well i attended the class last night, the first time at my local dojo - and really enjoyed it.
Being without my car for a while and feeling the financial 'crunch' of these difficult times, i've had to make adjustments - and one of them was finding somewhere to train locally.
The Sensei there has a background of both Aikikai style and Ki style, so many of the terminology and techniques were slightly different to what i'm used to, but thats what learnings all about -trying new things and expanding our horizons.