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Old 12-14-2012, 02:07 PM   #1
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Aiki Intensive with Bill Gleason

Announcing our next Aiki Intensive at Shobu Aikido with Bill Gleason

Feb 2 - Mar 16 - May 4
9-noon and 2-4pm

These intensives offer an opportunity for deep study into the relationship between Aikido and the internal strength/aiki skills that many are now pursuing. The Aiki skills are the base that O-Sensei developed Aikido out of--so learning the skills are just the first step. The next step is to integrate them into Aikido practice.

This series of three sessions allows the time and the one-on-one attention to introduce aiki skills and practice them alone and in the context of Aikido technique. Class sizes are limited so that everyone can get hands-on feedback.

Some sessions include traditional sword work, making the relationship between aiki principles and sword.

Further information available here.

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