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Marek
02-23-2010, 02:50 PM
Hi there,
I'll be moving to Glasgow, Scotland soon and I am really keen on carry on my Aikido training there as well. I practice Yoshinkan style and – so far so good - I really like it . So ideally I'm looking for Yoshinkan Dojo– on the other hand ....
One of the things i really enjoy about Yoshinkan is the physical aspect of it ( i mean that you at every class you work your a** off and sometimes it really hurts :crazy: ) , – so - any style or dojo will do , as long as it requires hard work and is physically as well as mentally demanding - ( so far Yoshinkan been the best - btw :D ) .Does anyone have idea on this type of Aikido dojos in Glasgow?

Appreciate your help

Marek

sakumeikan
02-23-2010, 05:16 PM
Hi there,
I'll be moving to Glasgow, Scotland soon and I am really keen on carry on my Aikido training there as well. I practice Yoshinkan style and – so far so good - I really like it . So ideally I'm looking for Yoshinkan Dojo– on the other hand ....
One of the things i really enjoy about Yoshinkan is the physical aspect of it ( i mean that you at every class you work your a** off and sometimes it really hurts :crazy: ) , – so - any style or dojo will do , as long as it requires hard work and is physically as well as mentally demanding - ( so far Yoshinkan been the best - btw :D ) .Does anyone have idea on this type of Aikido dojos in Glasgow?

Appreciate your help

Marek
Hi Marek,
Try the Thistle Aikikai Dojo, Chryston nr Glasgow.Its not a Yoshinkan Dojo but you can work hard or as soft as you want.The Chief Instructor is Mike Flynn 6th dan Shihan. The Dojo is listed on British Birankai web page.