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hughrbeyer
04-03-2012, 01:30 AM
Announcing our next Aiki Intensive at Shobu Aikido with Bill Gleason

May 12 - June 30 - August 11
9-noon and 2-4pm

These intensives offer an opportunity for deep study into the relationship between Aikido and the internal strength/aiki skills that many are now pursuing. The Aiki skills are the base that O-Sensei developed Aikido out of--so learning the skills are just the first step. The next step is to integrate them into Aikido practice.

This series of three sessions allows the time and the one-on-one attention to introduce aiki skills and practice them alone and in the context of Aikido technique. Class sizes are limited so that everyone can get hands-on feedback.

Further information available here (http://shobu.org/intensive.htm).

Nicholas Eschenbruch
04-03-2012, 04:07 AM
Sounds great, pity I'm too far away. Have you guys ever considered doing this as a one week thing? I'd come over immediately.

hughrbeyer
04-04-2012, 12:13 AM
There's a thought. It might be hard to do a full week. Howabout a long weekend, like 4 days?

Alec Corper
04-04-2012, 08:34 AM
You would probably get me there too;)
Alec

Nicholas Eschenbruch
04-04-2012, 10:47 AM
I would VERY seriously consider that (and it would give me some days of that week to go to NYC for seeing friends...) but given a demanding job etc. of course it would have to be planned well ahead. Maybe in 2013??

hughrbeyer
04-05-2012, 12:58 AM
OK, thanks guys. I'll talk to the The Man and maybe we can work something like this out.

azrielg
05-07-2012, 03:03 PM
Looking forward to this!

Howard Popkin
05-07-2012, 05:29 PM
Awesome Aikido :)

danj
05-07-2012, 05:50 PM
Announcing our next Aiki Intensive at Shobu Aikido with Bill Gleason

May 12 - June 30 - August 11
9-noon and 2-4pm

These intensives offer an opportunity for deep study into the relationship between Aikido and the internal strength/aiki skills that many are now pursuing. The Aiki skills are the base that O-Sensei developed Aikido out of--so learning the skills are just the first step. The next step is to integrate them into Aikido practice.

This series of three sessions allows the time and the one-on-one attention to introduce aiki skills and practice them alone and in the context of Aikido technique. Class sizes are limited so that everyone can get hands-on feedback.

Further information available here (http://shobu.org/intensive.htm).

Hi Hugh,
Hoping there is a bit of bleed of the IS/aiki material into the July weapons seminar, that I am planning to make it to (Can i enrol online?). I purchased the Aiki Eastside video of Gleason sensei so am eager for more...

best,
dan

hughrbeyer
05-07-2012, 09:40 PM
Yes, you'll be able to enroll online--we'll post a link when we get closer.

The aiki/IS stuff bleeds into everything we're doing these days but the truth is maybe less explicitly in the sword stuff... it's the basis of all the sword movement but it's funny, in some ways it's so basic it maybe doesn't need to be called out so explicitly.