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Old 03-26-2006, 10:44 PM   #1
jimbaker
Dojo: Aikido of Norfolk/ Aikido Society of Memphis
Location: Norfolk, VA
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Dojos in Dundee, Scotland

I have a student who might be going to the University of Dundee and would like to continue studying Aikido. At least until he starts studying lasses.

Jim Baker
Aikido of Norfolk
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Old 01-10-2007, 12:26 PM   #2
RickMoynihan
Dojo: Tenchi Kai Aikido
Location: Dundee
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Re: Dojos in Dundee, Scotland

I realise that this is probably a few years too late, but there is a small, little known Dundee Aikido club which has been operating for many years.

The classes are open to beginners and experienced practitioners of all ages.
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Old 03-27-2009, 08:35 PM   #3
RickMoynihan
Dojo: Tenchi Kai Aikido
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Re: Dojos in Dundee, Scotland

The website above has moved to:

http://www.dundeeaikido.co.uk/

So if you're interested in learning
Martial Arts in Dundee or the surrounding area then you're more than welcome to join us training at the Dundee Aikido club.

Full details are on the website.
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