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Old 01-10-2010, 02:24 PM   #1
Ari Gower
Dojo: Aikido of New Castle, New Castle, PA
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Anyone been to Aikido of Tucson?

I'm an AIT soldier at Ft. Huachuca looking for somewhere to practice aikido. The closest place seems to be Tucson. Has anyone been to Aikido of Tucson? What did you think?

I've been practicing for almost two years at Andrew Demko shihan's USAF school in New Castle, PA. I couldn't find any USAF schools in Tucson, but this one was aikikai, so I thought it might be closest in style to what I was learning before.

Any advice/comments welcome!
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Old 01-10-2010, 03:12 PM   #2
shidoin
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Re: Anyone been to Aikido of Tucson?

http://www.shoubudojo.com/pages/lewallen_interview

Try this one! He trains under Seagal's Son, and Mother
Tenshin Aikido
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Old 01-10-2010, 04:15 PM   #3
Brad Darr
Dojo: Aikido of Flagstaff/Seibukan Aikido Kobe
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Re: Anyone been to Aikido of Tucson?

Yes, Aikido of Tuscon is an ASU affiliated dojo headed by Mike Hazard 4th dan. I have known the members for many years and they are friendly and welcome visitors.
You should also try the dojo search function, as I know there is a USAF dojo and also a BIrankai dojo in Tuscon. I have not been to either dojo but have met people from these dojo at seminars and most seemed friendly. Hope that helps.

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