"51 years of Aikido: how the art has progressed"
Pierce sensei will share his over five decades of Aikido experiences in this seminar. It's open to all martial artists, regardless of rank or affiliation.
Time: Sunday April 3rd, 2011, 9am-5pm
Location: 2261 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Contact: Bengt Lindblad 610-476-9841(cell),
Fees: $50 ($30 for full-time students)(cash only) lunch included
For more information please check http://www.njks.org
Terry Pierce Sensei
Chief Instructor New Jersey Ki Society
7th Degree Blackbelt (Shinshin Toitsu Aikido)
Okuden, Shinshin Toitsudo (Ki development)
Full Lecturer for the International Ki Society
He has been training in Aikido and a loyal student of Koichi Tohei sensei (10th degree blackbelt in Aikido) for 51 years.
In 1960, he began studying Aikido and later co-founded the N.J. Aikikai in Merchantville, N.J.
In 1968, he became the Chief Instructor of the South Jersey Aikikai on Long Beach Island, N.J.
In 1974, he founded the N.J. Ki Society in Riverton, N.J.