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I'm think I'm going to go to Fort Hays State University here in Kansas when I gradutate. I've looked at the website and they have an aikido club. Has anyone trained there or can they say anything about it. I'd like some info please and thank you.
Yo Tannan! I don't know about that university in particular but if you have an aikido club at your school, definatly join! To the best of my knowledge my own sensei began his aikido journey through his university. Anyhoo, just made me think of that while I read your thread. Good Luck!
I started my aikido journey in a University, too. Northeastern U in Chicago, our sensei was a 4th Degree Dan and made me love it instantly. Plus, u get to meet fellow students and throw professors to the ground priceless
i train in one and its awsome have to say costs are very low, the down side i have found is the summer holidays sometimes students tend to go home so classes might be reduced from three to two, other than no complaints from me.