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Old 09-12-2008, 05:31 PM   #1
Stavros Coops
Dojo: Seibukan
Location: Queensland
Join Date: Sep 2008
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Hello =)

I have for the past couple of weeks been reading these forums and have come to find some very good information in here. Thank you all for such a great site.

I am currently studying Jujutsu with a club called Seibukan. I really wanted to do Aikido but there are no schools in Townsville where i live. My Sensei tells me i will eventually end up studying more Aikijitsu after i gain a couple more levels. I have already learnt some aikido moves (ikkyo, nikyo, sankyo and yonkyo). I have only been studying for 5 months now.

To be totally honest, i am really confused. I really like Jujutsu, but it is not aikido. I would really love for someone to help me understand better the difference between Aikido, Aikikai and Aikijitsu as i can seem to figure it out.

I dont know much about Aikido, but i am totally in love with it. It is such a beautiful and graceful art. I hope i can learn more here from this community. TY
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