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Creation Date: 06-08-2010 02:22 AM
chris wright
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'My stumbling step along the winding path'
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Entries: 28
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In General Tribute to Sensei Foster Course Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #25 New 10-17-2011 08:31 AM
Saturday 15th October
Sensei Frank Burlingham and Sensei William Timms, ran a wonderful course at the Phoenix Aikido and fitness centre (Yama Arashi) in Coventry at the weekend.
Sensei Timms - started us off, looking at techniques and finding Koshi Nage in them - a real eye opener,
we then looked at some examples of Kaiten nage, finishing with some Ikkyo techniques.
Sensei Burlingham - taught a variety of techniques with the common theme of weight underside throughout, and also some examples of katame waza.

I would offer my thanks to these 2 experienced instructors, and a BIG! thank you to Sensei Barbara Moss and the students of Yama Arashi for the wonderfully warm welcome i received,
You're a credit to the Aikido community.

Thanks Chris
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