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Class was good worked on all of the moves for the test with all of the training partners that I could. It is amazing how different each of the techniques becomes when you work with different people. I know that this makes sense, but in some cases it is almost like the technique itself changes. The art part of it is very much apparent to me today. Nothing felt smooth, everything felt like I had to think about each and every body movement. Nothing seemed to work without a ton of thought going into it. Sometimes Aikido seems so natural, and other times it seems complex beyond belief!