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Old 12-09-2015, 04:55 PM   #1
George S. Ledyard
 
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January 16th - 18th George Ledyard Body / Mind Principles Intensive

Body / Mind Principles in Aikido

Body / Mind Principles in Aikido with George Ledyard Sensei, Aikido 7th Dan and direct student of Mitsugi Saotome Shihan. This full three-day intensive (Saturday through Monday) will focus on integrating the body / mind skills that create "aiki" and are common to all styles of "aiki" arts and the movement principles that are unique to Aikido.

For a number of years many Aikido students have been working on developing a solid understanding of connection work, or "musubi" in their Aikido. Often, they develop some ability to do the various connection exercises involved without the ability to translate that work back into Aikido Kihon Waza or applied technique.

This seminar will focus on how our connection work couples with movement principles to crate the unique martial art of Aikido. Attendees will work intensively on the "Entry" to deepen their understanding of the principle of "irimi" and "kuzushi on contact".

Attendance is limited to 20 attendees. It is open to students of all levels and affiliations (basic ukemi skills are required). No weapons required.

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George S. Ledyard
Aikido Eastside
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