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Hi all, I've just moved up to Scotland and I'm looking to start Aikido again after a long lay off due injury(s!).
I started Aikido about 14 years ago, but my practice is sporadic at best as I move about a lot with my job and spend a lot of time away travelling.
So any way hello all and I look forward to the possibility to training with some of you.
Thanks for the offer Gerry, but I was hopping to find something closer to Leuchars. (However if you ever intend to run any weekend seminars or the like please let me know and I'll try and get over).