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Old 01-20-2010, 11:14 PM   #1
Jeremy Hulley
Dojo: Seattle School of Aikido Shinto Ryu/Seattle Icho Ryu
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Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Please join us the 19th and 20th of March 2010 for the Seattle School of Aikido Capital Seminar.

Sponsored by Seattle School of Aikido, Icho Ryu Aikibudo and Shinto Ryu Iai Battojutsu.

Friday 3/19 7-9
Saturday 3/20 10-1 and 2-5

Featuring:

Andy Dale
Chief instructor Xin Qi Shen Dojo

Allan Kaplan
Seattle School of Aikido

Robby Pellet
Seattle School of Aikido
Yoseikan Budo

Mike Sato
Nihon Goshin Aikido
Icho Ryu Seattle

Neil Yamamoto
Chief Instructor Icho Ryu Aiki Budo

Cost is on a sliding scale $60.00 to $75.00

Funds from the seminar will go towards dojo improvements including our new mat surface.

Seattle School of Aikido is a Non-Profit Dojo, 501c3
Potluck Saturday Night, details to come

Please contact me directly for further information.
jchulley@msn.com

Hope to see you there.

Jeremy Hulley
Shinto Ryu Iai Battojutsu
Tuesday Night Bad Budo Club
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Old 01-21-2010, 02:58 PM   #2
ChrisMoses
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Seattle School of Aikido is hosting a seminar to help raise funds for our new mats. Our canvas mat has served us well but its time has come. To help offset this cost, we're hosting an open seminar that we hope will be a fun way to help make the purchase of a new mat a little less painful. We also feel that this is a great opportunity to celebrate Seattle School of Aikido instructors and our influences.

The seminar will feature:
Andy Dale, Chief Instructor of Xin Qi Shen Dojo. Andy Dale has studied martial arts since 1968 and is a wealth of knowledge about Japanese and Chinese arts. You can read more about him at his website: http://www.wuji.com/ATDale/

Allan Kaplan, Seattle School of Aikido. Allan began studying Aikido in 1976 and has trained and taught at SSoA since 1987. He was awarded yodan in 1993 and considers Mitsugi Saotome, Hiroshi Ikeda, Seishiro Endo and Terry Dobson as his primary influences in Aikido.

Robby Pellett, Seattle School of Aikido, Yoseikan Aikibudo. Robby has studied Aikido since 1979. From 1986 to 1992, he lived in Japan and trained at the Yoseikan hombu dojo with Mochizuki Sensei. He also holds the rank of godan in Shinto Ryu Iai-battojutsu which is also taught through Seattle School of Aikido.

Mike Sato, Nihon Goshin Aikido, Icho Ryu Aikibudo. Mike Sato is a yudansha and instructor in the Nihon Goshin school of Aikido under David Morris sensei. Additionally Mike is a student of Icho Ryu Aikibudo under Neil Yamamoto Sensei .

Neil Yamamoto, nanadan and Chief Instructor of Icho Ryu Aikibudo. Bernie Lau appointed Neil Yamamoto as Chief Instructor of Icho Ryu Aikijujutsu in 2004. Neil brings an extremely varied background in various martial arts.

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Old 01-22-2010, 11:59 AM   #3
Pat Togher
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Wow, looks like a great lineup!
Would this be open to beginning students as well?

Pat
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Old 01-22-2010, 02:50 PM   #4
Jeremy Hulley
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Pat,
Its open to all students.
Thanks
Jeremy

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Old 02-19-2010, 10:46 PM   #5
Jeremy Hulley
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar Schedule

Here's the current schedule:

Friday Evening 7:00 -9:00
Robby Pellett Sensei

Saturday 10:00 - 11:20
Allan Kaplan Sensei

11:30-1:00
Neil Yamamoto Sensei

2:30 - 3:20
Andy Dale Sensei

3:30 -5:00
Mike Sato Sensei

Hope to see you all there

Jeremy Hulley
Shinto Ryu Iai Battojutsu
Tuesday Night Bad Budo Club
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Old 03-02-2010, 03:04 PM   #6
John Connolly
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Bump!

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Old 03-13-2010, 03:38 AM   #7
John Connolly
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

This is not just a bump...

These teachers are the great gems of Seattle. Make time!

Running out of time...

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Old 03-20-2010, 07:42 PM   #8
Jeremy Hulley
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Re: Seattle School of Aikido Seminar

Thanks all for what turned out to be a resoundingly successful seminar..

Jeremy Hulley
Shinto Ryu Iai Battojutsu
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