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Aviv
10-11-2003, 05:45 PM
The Fredericksburg Aikido Club is hosting an all-Virginia Aikido Friendship Seminar on Saturday, November 1st. Senior instructors form the major aikido organizations represented in Virginia will instruct this interesting seminar at a neutral venue, Thornburg Middle School Gym near Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Imagine how we can expand our understanding of Aikido by looking at it from a variety of knowledgeable viewpoints in one training session? Each class will focus on the teachings of the different Aikido lineages. Common Ground 2003 is a day for practitioners of Aikido to come together and experience the diversity of Virginia’s Aikido Resources.

Advance Registration is strongly suggested. Registration form and more info are at www.gashuku.net

Aviv
06-30-2008, 03:05 AM
Aikido in Fredericksburg is pleased to be hosting the 3rd Common Ground All-Virginia Friendship Seminar, Saturday, Sept 13.

Instructors include: Gordon Sakamoto, 6th dan, Northern Virginia Aikikai; Stephen Gayer, 6th dan, Shin Ryu Dojo; Jim Sorrentino, 5th dan, Aikido of Northern Virginia; Aviv Goldsmith, 5th dan, Aikido in Fredericksburg; Steve Wolf, 3rd dan, VA Ki Society; Mark Hopkins, 3rd dan, VA Tenshinkai.

Please go to www.gashuku.net for more information.
Arigato.

Aviv
09-06-2008, 04:39 PM
The 2008 Common Ground All-Virginia Friendship Seminar is almost sold out. Please contact me if you would like to register.
Info is on our events webpage at www.gashuku.net

Aviv
06-22-2014, 09:31 PM
Aikido in Fredericksburg is pleased to be hosting the 2014 Common Ground All Virginia Friendship Seminar, Saturday, August 30. Registration info is on our events website at http://www.gashuku.net

Instructors include:

Gordon Sakamoto, 6th dan, Northern Virginia Aikikai (USAF)
Stephen Gayer, 6th dan, Shin Ryu Virginia (Kannagara)
Aviv Goldsmith, 6th dan, Aikido in Fredericksburg (TAA)
Jim Sorrentino, 5th dan, Aikido of Northern Virginia (ASU)
Yvonne Thelwell, 5th dan, Aikido of Arlington (CAA)
Truman Capone, 4th dan, Kodokan Aikido Blacksburg (Kodokan)
Steve Wolf, 4th dan, Merrifield Dojo (VA Ki Society)
Asim Hanif, 4th dan, Potomac Aikikai (CAF)

Hope you can join us!

sakumeikan
06-23-2014, 03:02 AM
The Fredericksburg Aikido Club is hosting an all-Virginia Aikido Friendship Seminar on Saturday, November 1st. Senior instructors form the major aikido organizations represented in Virginia will instruct this interesting seminar at a neutral venue, Thornburg Middle School Gym near Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Imagine how we can expand our understanding of Aikido by looking at it from a variety of knowledgeable viewpoints in one training session? Each class will focus on the teachings of the different Aikido lineages. Common Ground 2003 is a day for practitioners of Aikido to come together and experience the diversity of Virginia's Aikido Resources.

Advance Registration is strongly suggested. Registration form and more info are at www.gashuku.net

Dear Aviv,
Sounds like a good seminar.Wish people here in the U.K. would work together more in line with what you are doing. Hope the course is successful. Cheers, Joe.

Riai Maori
06-24-2014, 01:35 PM
Aikido in Fredericksburg is pleased to be hosting the 2014 Common Ground All Virginia Friendship Seminar, Saturday, August 30. Registration info is on our events website at http://www.gashuku.net

Instructors include:

Gordon Sakamoto, 6th dan, Northern Virginia Aikikai (USAF)
Stephen Gayer, 6th dan, Shin Ryu Virginia (Kannagara)
Aviv Goldsmith, 6th dan, Aikido in Fredericksburg (TAA)
Jim Sorrentino, 5th dan, Aikido of Northern Virginia (ASU)
Yvonne Thelwell, 5th dan, Aikido of Arlington (CAA)
Truman Capone, 4th dan, Kodokan Aikido Blacksburg (Kodokan)
Steve Wolf, 4th dan, Merrifield Dojo (VA Ki Society)
Asim Hanif, 4th dan, Potomac Aikikai (CAF)

Hope you can join us!

Our club held a "Six Sensei Seminar". Six different organizations coming together sharing the one common goal, Aikido. Everyone left their egos at the door. Very successful and rewarding. Great idea, great concept. Our Dojo was packed full as the Sensei's bought there Ukes and top students with them. Good luck.:)