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My Path Blog Tools Rating: Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 06-08-2009 02:55 PM
Linda Eskin
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My path to and through Aikido. Observations on Aikido, horses, & life, by a 52 y/o 1st kyu.

This same blog (with photos and a few additional trivial posts, but without comments) can be found at www.grabmywrist.com.

I train with Dave Goldberg Sensei, at Aikido of San Diego.
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In General Bridge Seminar - 2nd Day Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #77 New 01-15-2010 09:55 PM
What a long day! I'm exhausted. A hot bath and a good night sleep (and some ice packs on my knee) are at the top of the priority list, so just a quick post tonight. I need to sit down with my notebook and try to remember what we did today. It's all in there somewhere, but describing much of it is beyond me at this point.

The guest instructor this evening was Wilco Vriesman Sensei from the Netherlands. (Here is a video of him at another seminar - not today.) He had a really interesting way of breaking down the areas of the body, and which area does what. A sort of short hierarchical checklist one can go through when doing techniques to be more aware of where things are falling apart. I would love to spend more time on it (and will try to be aware of it when I'm practicing). There was a lot packed into that one hour!
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#2 01-16-2010 11:52 PM
Linda Eskin Says:
Hi Daniel - I'll ask around. So far I've met (pretty sure) Bill, Harry, and.... Julie maybe? I'll keep my eyes open for Tracy and Sherman.
#1 01-16-2010 11:06 AM
DanielR Says:
Hey Linda, this sounds like loads of fun! Thank you for writing about this wonderful event. Oh, and if you run into Tracy and/or Sherman from New York (Bond Street Dojo), please tell them Daniel says hi :-)
 




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