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Paul Clark 01-05-2004 12:42 PM

Pat Hendricks Sensei Seminar in Yellow Springs, OH
Hey Folks,

Just wanted to take a moment and encourage everyone and anyone to consider attending Pat Sensei's seminar. The venue is great, the instruction is priceless, the fellowship unbeatable, and the price is certainly right.

Here's a link to the Yellow Springs Aikido website with all the relevant seminar info:

Hope to see as many there as possible!

Paul Clark

Greg Jennings 01-05-2004 02:43 PM

I'll be there.

Paul Clark 01-06-2004 07:39 AM

Oops, forgot to note the dates and save the trouble of going to the website. Seminar is Saturday and Sunday, 7-8 Feb. The last session Sunda ends at 2:30 p.m. to give plenty of time for folks to get home.


Greg Jennings 01-07-2004 06:27 AM

If any of you haven't attended one of Hendricks Sensei's seminars, you really need to give it a shot.

It's amazing to see someone of her very petite size toss a big, muscular uke from a strong static position.

Best regards,

JimClark 01-07-2004 04:29 PM

I also plan on attending. I attended one of Hendricks' Senseis weapons sessions at the Aiki Expo 2 years ago. I don't train in Iwama style, so was not familiar with the specific ken and jo forms. She took the time to give me a little personal instruction and was complementary at the same time. I was impressed and ended up attending a couple of her other sessions that year and at this years expo.

Her teaching skills are exceptional and her technical skill is impressive.

Finally, I have attended McVey Sensei's dojo in Yellow Springs as a guest. I found his dojo to provide a welcoming, friendly, and challenging place to train. How a school treats someone from outside their own "style" says a lot about the quality of the school. Great place to go to a seminar.

Hope to see many new people there!


Greg Jennings 01-08-2004 07:24 AM

Hi Jim,

I'm looking forward to meeting and training with you.

Best regards,

Greg Jennings 01-09-2004 01:25 PM

Hi Paul,

Is there a designated bukiwaza session?


Paul Clark 01-11-2004 06:18 PM


There are two bukiwaza sessions, actually. McVey Sensei changed up this year, and bukiwaza will be in the morning session each day and taijutsu in the afternoon each day. I think the idea is that folks will be less tired for the afternoon session with doing buki first.


Greg Jennings 01-13-2004 08:05 AM

Hi Paul,

Thank you for the info.


Greg Jennings 01-13-2004 12:46 PM

Hi Paul,

Is there an organized dinner planned?

Best regards,

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