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  #21 New 01-16-2010 05:42 PM
The assient sisay, ( he also teaches wensday nights class) took over sisay's class.. I deceided to go dispite the fact that I had been avoiding his class because well, lets just say I don't lurn from his teaching aproch well. He was actuly being nice for him last class, so I decided that I would try and saterday is the more popular class. Meaning that others might be able to help me if he let them. Who knows I may gain observation scilles. So , I arive and alot of the people whom are normaly there are not. The class seeemed reltively productive. I mean I lurned alot and sisay was not too bad ither, not overly helpfull, but not untrying. Alot of what we did was above my head, but I got some of it and that is a start. As , sisasay siad today it is a lurning procces, and evergrowing one.
On a side note I relized that I should probly tell agin my sisay that I am not going to be coming to the dojo after sometime in early August. I got into HSU and that is way too far to commute. lol ( 13 hour drive) Or should I not tell him? People come and go and I only been there for about 8 months I gess( since about April of 09) , not like I am inport member or anything?
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#1 01-16-2010 10:58 PM
Linda Eskin Says:
You should definitely tell him - at least some time before you go. I think teachers of all kinds (not just Aikido senseis) get attached to their students, and hope they have made a positive difference in their students' lives - even if it's only over a short time. Also, your teacher will want to know that you are OK, and didn't leave because of frustration or unhappiness. I think one of the agreements we make at my dojo, when we sign up, is that if we leave promise to talk about it with Sensei.
 




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