Hi. I'm new to Aikido, and I'm going to start my Aikido training as soon as I manage to choose dojo here in Tel Aviv area.
To understand where to go, I've googled pretty much in search for information about Aikido, and read a lot. I tried, but with no success, to find more information about Seidokan Aikido - the general information appearing on the different dojo web pages doesn't explain much.
What are the major differences between Seidokan and Ki Society in approach to Aikido? There must be some reason Seidokan was established even though Ki Society seemed to have so much in common with them.
What are the major conceptual and practical differences between Seidokan and these-days Aikikai?