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Old 01-16-2014, 03:48 PM   #1
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Aiki Intensive with Bill Gleason Shihan in Boston

On February 1, the next Aiki Intensive series starts with Bill Gleason, 7th dan, at Shobu Aikido of Boston. This series consists of 3 day-long sessions focused on in-depth study of the foundations of Aikido:

* Development of internal power
* Essence of Aikido technique and principle
* Connection to traditional Japanese sword

This is personalized training in a small group (class size is limited to 20 people). These sessions provide a unique experience impossible to duplicate in larger groups.

Cost: $375 for the full series--single sessions also available.

Times: 9-noon, 2-4pm
Dates: Feb 1, Mar 29, Apr 26

Send email to Gleason Sensei to register.

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