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Todd Hardy
01-12-2001, 02:31 PM
Looking for a place that offers Aikido and Buddhism, Zen or other, to go practice at longer that a week. Preferably in North America. Canada or USA Can anyone help. Todd Hardy

Magma
01-12-2001, 03:53 PM
Hi Todd,
you'll probably get your best results from the Dojo search on this site. However, I know that not all dojos are listed (mine is not).

May I suggest Tenshinkan Dojo in Chicago, under Shihan Fumio Toyoda?

akiy
01-16-2001, 03:23 PM
Magma wrote:
Hi Todd,
you'll probably get your best results from the Dojo search on this site. However, I know that not all dojos are listed (mine is not).
If your dojo is not listed, why not use the submission page (http://www.aikisearch.com/submit.html) to do so? I'd very much appreciate it...

-- Jun

Magma
01-16-2001, 03:40 PM
akiy wrote:
If your dojo is not listed, why not use the submission page (http://www.aikisearch.com/submit.html) to do so? I'd very much appreciate it...

-- Jun

Trust me, it's coming. We are just trying to get our information together and coordinate with our dojo cho... but very soon we'll submit.

Tim

Gene McGloin
01-17-2001, 10:46 PM
In this country, I think that anything longer than a week isn't considered a retreat! Why not take an extended trip to San Diego for keiko and zazen at the San Diego Aikikai, or any of their affilated dojo for that matter? If you're looking for a monastic experience...maybe Zen Mountain Monastery (Mountains & Rivers Order) in Mt. Tremper, NY or Mt. Baldy in CA has something.

Good Luck!