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Old 03-07-2012, 06:05 AM   #26
Alister Gillies
Location: Taunton
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Re: Terry Ezra Sensei and Seidokan

Ezra Sensei, like many of us, has had a number of influences in the development of his Aikido. This has led to the development of his own Aikido and exemplifies what is possible in Aikido: continual development and research and a unique expression that will occasionally echo what others are doing.
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Old 03-09-2012, 03:23 PM   #27
Robert Cowham
Dojo: East Sheen Aikido and Kashima No Tachi
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Re: Terry Ezra Sensei and Seidokan

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Dear Paulina,
I offer another explanation: Mr Ezra also trained under Sekiya Sensei.Perhaps as in my own case Mr Ezra was influenced by Sekiya Sensei? We both met Sekiya Sensei /Yamaguchi Sensei when we were in the A.G.B [the precursor of the B.A.F \U.K.A and the B.B].many years ago. Cheers, Joe
Interestingly, Sekiya sensei (who was also Chiba sensei's father-in-law) ended up studying at the Shiseikan with Inaba sensei - who started aikido with Yamaguchi sensei - circular patterns!

I looked up Terry sensei when in Liverpool for work a year or so back - hadn't seen him for many years (BAF days in the '90s). Thoroughly enjoyed the class - would go more often if closer.
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