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Creation Date: 02-19-2008 12:49 PM
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Entries: 102 (Private: 18)
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  #33 New 03-19-2012 06:30 PM
This weekend I was fortunate enough to train at Dan's seminar although again in a limited capacity since I got sick and couldn't make it to sunday's morning session. I was really looking forward to getting more of a "full" experience, but despite that, I still feel I got my money's worth and then some. I was able to get some new bits to think about for taking out the slack and using the arms legs and spine of the body as inter-connected bows.
I was hoping to get to know some folks a bit better, but maybe next time.
I'm very greatful to Dan and sensei Ledyard for providing the opportunity to sample this approach to learning aiki. Both times have been fun and informative!
I'm looking forward to drilling in what I was able to pick up in this go-'round!
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RSS Feed 2 Responses to "More, "Relax""
#2 03-23-2012 03:53 PM
mathewjgano Says:
lol! Well I had heard of an elusive technique called Touch of Flu, a much lesser-known technique than the Touch of Death, and like an idiot I asked to see it.
#1 03-21-2012 01:45 PM
chillzATL Says:
So you're saying that Dan made you sick??? What a brute!

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